If you had a portal gun and could go anywhere, where would you go? Cronenberg World? Or, Toledo? Apparently, portal guns aren’t real (bummer) and possible destinations are limited. So, when in doubt, and when alternate universes or a trek to Froopyland is no longer an option, Rick and Morty have to settle for cities
Seeing a Jeep in Toledo isn’t exactly notable, but what about seeing thousands of Jeeps parade through downtown? Gaze at this spectacle, and others, during the second Toledo Jeep® Fest, August 10-12, a three-day extravaganza featuring entertainment, car shows, live music, and, of course, plenty of reasons to rev your engine. A revamp of the
Will you drink better in Toledo? Probably. The Glass City boasts enough breweries to, well, fill your glass. Coupled with all the brewing companies in the surrounding area, Northwest Ohio has over a dozen places perfect for a pint. Have you tried them all? You really should. If not, The Casual Pint is happy to
Below is a list of our staff, members of “the media,” a group that our President has deemed to be
“among the most dishonest people on earth.”
It’s a good feeling when you can make the Reverend Horton Heat –aka Jim Heath—laugh so hard he nearly drops his phone. I tell the Reverend (not an official title, in case you were wondering) the first song I played for my daughter after she was born was his decidedly irreverent, entendre-laced party anthem “Let
Toledo has, and is close to, a lot of great baseball games in the summer. The Mud Hens are in the heart of Downtown, and the Tigers and Indians are a short trip away. For more baseball fun, instead of traveling to a different place, travel through time and catch a historical base ball game.
Ohio has increased access to services for victims of human trafficking by providing more than $5 million in federal Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) funding to organizations and agencies that serve survivors of human trafficking, according to the 2017 Human Trafficking Commission Annual Report., continuing efforts across the state through education and victim services. Project
Like the ever-elusive moment of peace and clarity, the ephemeral existence of this adult sanctuary comprises the raison we take vacations—to enjoy.
In a pop culture landscape where audiences become more and more isolated—with cell phones, home streaming, video games and more competing for, and often winning, each individual’s attention—it is interesting that a breakout entertainment concept of the past decade relies on working with other people, communicating in close proximity, to solve a problem together.
The Lucas County Trauma-Informed Care Coalition works to ensure that people who have experienced trauma receive needed empathy and care. Dr. Adrienne Fricker-Elhai and Alicia Komives, advisory coalition board members, have seen positive changes in the effort to make our community more trauma-informed through training sessions.