We aren’t sure who the first person was that said, “I LOVE being single,” but we’re pretty sure they were a goddamn liar. Most people hate being single. What’s to love? Low life expectancy. Sure, that sounds great!
And maybe you’re one of the rare people that are actually #singleandlovingit—and that’s great, but we doubt it—then this guide won’t apply to you. Most likely, you are one of the many Toledoans who are #singleandtoleratingit. To that, we say: Welcome. You aren’t alone.
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.
Aja and Dale Pope Married June 18, 2010 | Renewed their vows April 7, 2018 Bride | Aja Pope, 32 Occupation: Intensive Care Nurse at St. Charles Hospital Three ways to describe your partner: Man of integrity. Funny. Hard working. Your first impression of him: My first impression of my husband was that he was
Tucked into the Orleans Building in the recently named Entertainment District of Levis Commons is a new restaurant, Basil Pizza and Wine Bar.
Women’s tackle football existed in Toledo as early as 1930 and, though Mrs. Herbert Hoover was successful in having the early teams disbanded for being an exploitation “of womanhood,” there has always been a push to keep the sport going. It wasn’t until the 1970s that the sport really began to be noticed in Toledo the Toledo Troopers, a team that many still remember.
Maybe we’re overstating our intuitive instincts, but here’s a prediction: summer 2018 will be the season of cocktails. Craft beer had its due, and rosé— while delicious— has enjoyed its time in trend. Cocktails, whether classic, new, or old fashioned with a twist, are here to stay. And we couldn’t be more excited. We consulted local bartenders about our premonition and sipped on their ice-cold advice and stiff recommendations.
THE PARADE 10am | Saturday, June 2 | Glenwood Elementary (Robinwood/Collins St) This eclectic convergence of art, music, street theatre and visual wonder will proceed south through the Old West End (Robinwood, Bancroft, Collingwood) ending at Collingwood at Woodruff (Art Fair/Marketplace). Come celebrate the Mardi Gras of the North as we honor our 2018 King
Raise your spirits and enjoy some fresh air while visiting the city’s best patios. From serene Italianesque porticos to patios offering hopping nightlife, here’s to patio season in Toledo.
Kuchle has seen the impact that Call of the Scenic River has on audiences, and she is looking forward to seeing how the audience at the Maumee Indoor Theatre responds.