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In March 2017, the Metroparks announced that they were planning to build a treehouse village. We were pretty excited, and exactly 561 days later (yes, we have been counting), the Board of Park Commissioners has announced some firm plans for the Metroparks Toledo’s upcoming Treehouse Village in Oak Openings. Forewarned, there’s good news, bad news,
If you see camo trucks embellished with a tough Army bulldog, don’t anticipate conflict. Instead, expect to see the friendly faces of US Army Veterans Natalie Colon and Latasha Jones, owners of the new JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Toledo company. The two female entrepreneurs debuted their new environmentally-minded business on Saturday, September 22 during
“Paving For Pizza” isn’t a joke. If you listen to green-hued corporate city sponsors, the Glass City is paved with opportunities. And if you listen to Domino’s®, the Glass City’s roads are soon to be paved with asphalt, thanks to a new ‘public works’ campaign, “Paving For Pizza.” On Tuesday, September 25, the Toledo City
New Michael Moore film ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ features plenty of populism but not much pop. “Fahrenheit 11/9″ Rated R, 120 minutes The ending of “Fahrenheit 11/9” is so powerful and compelling that when the lights in the theater went back on, there was dead silence. No applause, just a stunned hush from an audience that had
Two of the greatest inventions in history— beer and literature— are coming together thanks to the Toledo Lucas County Library’s upcoming book group Books on Tap. This four-part monthly series will be held at Earnest Brew Works the third Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m., beginning on September 19. Each month a new book
Just over 4 percent of Ohioans were born in another country, with 3.7 percent of Lucas County’s population representing foreign-born residents. While well below the U.S. share of 13.2 percent, the greater Toledo area demonstrates a growing population of immigrants. In Bowling Green, the share of foreign-born residents represents 5 percent. In Perrysburg, 4.7 percent.
Toledo loves love— and equality— so it’s no surprise that The Toledo Rep chose to debut Fun Home, the true story of lesbian graphic novelist Alison Bechdel, author of the comic strip Dykes to Watch Out For. Bechdel took seven years to finish her graphic novel, in part due to her time-intensive artistic process of photographing
Local folk trio Oliver Hazard has recently been steering the development of the first ever fully local craft beer festival to come to Waterville. Rallying the cross-promotion of Toledo area artisans, musicians, and business owners, the city of Waterville is presenting a great time for listening to some knee-slapping serenades. Beer You Say? Nicholas Scott
Momentum, sponsored by ProMedica and Toledo’s philanthropic community, is a three-day festival of music and art along the riverfront in downtown Toledo (Ohio).