25 Delicious Things for $7 or Less

*Does not include tax or gratuity. Please tip your server. Everyone loves to splurge on sushi or go out for a fancy wine dinner once in awhile, but dining out can really add up. Here at TCP we’ve put together a short list of deliciousness you can eat and enjoy for $7 or under.* #1

Dr. Scott Sheridan, Pinball Wizard

“Dr. Scott” Sheridan talks about 25 years in the game Dr. Scott’s Pinball, on Conant St. in Maumee, is a dream come true for an arcade enthusiast. Only problem is, it’s not an arcade. Dr. Scott’s store specializes in selling classic pinball machines and arcade games. The beautifully maintained titles that line the expansive main

Fitness fun in the 419

Whether you want to lose weight, tone up, or just be able to walk up a flight of stairs without wheezing (no judgment, we’ve been there) the Toledo area offers plenty of places to get you on track and keep you motivated. This list of 10 fitness classes and centers will help you accomplish your

Toledo-Area Independent Coffee Shops

Pitch the boring, run-of-the-mill Folgers and wake up with a lil’ Toledo in your cup. Coffee is more than just an everyday routine; it can be the jolt that turns a challenging day into a successful, productive one. Whether you are looking for that essential morning fix or an afternoon pick-me-up, these local coffee shops

STEMinists Take to the Runway

Elements of Style fashion show raises money and awareness for STEM outreach People often think of the arts and STEM fields as being polar opposites that exist on different planes. Imagination Station has proven that this is not the case with their debut fashion show, Elements of Style: A Fashion Show Fundraiser with STEMinist Flair,

Find your light

You don’t have to search for the light— author and spiritual leader John Davis argues that the light of the world is within you. Learn how to let your light shine so you can share it with the world when he visits the Unity of Toledo Spiritual Center to discuss his new book, Be the

Valentine’s Day Events To Fall In Love With

The divisive day descends upon us once again. Whether you love it or hate it, you just can’t avoid the fact: Valentine’s Day is here. And each year, it grows. Grocery stores appear occupied by Cupid himself- cluttered with red and pink hearts, oversized teddy bears, and mounds of chocolate-filled boxes. It can feel overwhelming,

Ode To The ZIP Code 2019: Submit Your Poem Here

Want to write an ode to your ZIP code? For the fourth year in a row, we’ve teamed up with The Fair Housing Center, The Arts Commission and the Toledo Lucas County Public Library for the Ode to the ZIP Code poetry contest. Toledo-area residents can enter this free poetry competition by submitting a poem based on their ZIP code. Each

A Book Club of Her Own

In 2017, the Toledo Lucas County Public Library (TLCPL) partnered with the Steinem Sisters Collective, a group named in honor of Toledo native and trailblazing feminist Gloria Steinem, to facilitate learning and discussion.

Bully for Basquiat

On Monday, October 4, 1982, the father of pop art Andy Warhol wrote the following excerpt in his diary: “(He) brought Jean-Michel Basquiat with him. He’s the kid who used the name ‘Samo’ when he used to sit on the sidewalk in Greenwich Village and paint T-shirts, and I’d give him $10 here and there and