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.
Short films, feature-lengths, documentaries and more will be represented at the third annual Glass City Film Festival (GCFF) beginning on May 17.
As the story goes, an apple a day can keep the doctor away, but these health and wellness professionals offer more for their patients. Want to get in tip top shape? Listen to the advice of these pros.
Owner, Jorge Diaz “wants to bring the neighborhood together, keeping it alive” by serving up affordable food in an inviting space. We stopped by to see what the new, locally-owned restaurant is all about and left satisfied, full, and only $22 lighter.
The smell of molten metal evokes a distinct feeling that something heavy is in the air. Along the edge of the Birmingham Neighborhood in East Toledo, that vibe lives within one of the city’s hidden gems – Toledo Twisted Iron.