Michael P. Marsh Years lived in Toledo: 25 Occupation: President/CEO of The Fair Housing Center. On August 1st, I will begin a new career as President and CEO at Responsive Caregivers of Hawaii. My story, in one sentence: I take life one day at a time and believe in progress not perfection. Most people know
Loud, assertive, and out all night
aren’t typically included in the list of
“ladylike” qualities. But hey— we aren’t listening to archaic gender roles, and neither should you. We’re listening to bold, badass, and beautiful babes who are making Toledo’s music scene
something worth shouting about.
Canadian rock band, Barenaked Ladies, are making their way to Toledo for a live show Sunday, June 24. The “Last Summer on Earth” tour celebrates their 30th anniversary and the group’s musical career, such as selling over 15 million records and winning numerous Juno Awards. The band will be preceded by opening acts Better than
Enjoy discussions led by scholars in the field, history taught through reenactment, and even children’s stories from the mid twentieth century when the Ohio Chautauqua 2018 tour rolls into Rossford this month. Providing a great space to gather with family, friends and neighbors to experience live music, living history and intellectual discussions, this traveling tour’s
Produce is best fresh and locally sourced because you know where it comes from. Take a trip to the Water Street Market to buy from local farmers and vendors for fruits, veggies, sweet treats and unique gift items. The market will also feature food trucks and the wares of multiple small businesses. 11:30am-1:30pm | Tuesday,