What You’ll Hear During Lunch at Levis Square This Summer

Levis Square— downtown Toledo’s favorite food truck spot— will kick off their 12th summer of the Lunch at Levis Square live music and food truck series. The weekly event, sponsored by the Downtown Toledo Improvement District (DTID), pairs 15 local food vendors with a variety of live bands, averaging a turnout of 1500 people each week. Lunch at Levis Square

Maxwell: “blackSUMMER’Snight” in Toledo

“blackSUMMER’Snight,” the second album in a trilogy by soul artist Maxwell, has arrived a mere seven years after the first album in the series, “BLACKsummer’snight.” That’s about par for the course for Maxwell, who over his 20-year recording career has released five studio albums. Part of the reason Maxwell doesn’t crank out albums every other

Journey comes to Toledo on June 25

Journey is back on the road this spring, with Steve Smith returning on drums and with Arnel Pineda singing songs that former vocalist Steve Perry made famous in the late 1970s and early ‘80s (as well as other material). Plenty of people wish Perry would return to Journey. And for his part, guitarist Neal Schon

Get Your Festival Fix: Our guide to the best summer musical festivals

Take in the summer air and let the sun warm your soul—it’s time to groove. This year’s summer music festivals boast eclectic genres and some big names to check off your concert bucket list. Whether you’re more of a laid-back, groovin’ kinda music lover, or a head-banger into double-bass notes, there’s a festival to satisfy

Mud Hens and Jeff: Brother Edition

  So we’ll keep this edition of Mud Hens and Jeff short and sweet. My brother, Chris, was in town, so he went to the Tuesday night game with me. He’s been to a Hens game or two before, but for some reason, the nostalgia kicked in on this visit and he couldn’t get past

Toledo’s Most Eligible Needed for Single in the Glass City

Unlucky in love? Have you scoured the dating sites seeking out Mr. or Mrs. Right? Are you worried that you’ll die old and alone with a bunch of cats who you pretend are your children? Don’t be that person— sign up for TCP’s Single in the Glass City! We don’t care how old or young

Films, more films, beast bikes and our Top 5 Art Loop Stops to Make in May

It’s the 3rd Thursday in May and we’re ready to get outside, feel inspired and finally enjoy some warm weather. Fortunately, this past winter— paired with bouts of bizarre midwestern weather— didn’t force Toledo creatives into hibernation. Instead, they’ve been organizing events like the Glass City Film Festival, inviting pedal-powered beasts to town, writing poetry, creating art

Mud Hens and Jeff: Walleye Playoff Hockey Edition

The Mud Hens were out of town over the weekend and so I rightly returned my attention to my first love: hockey. The Walleye are in the Conference Finals (as are my beloved Anaheim Ducks) and the wife and I jumped in after dealhunting at the Maker’s Mart. We scored seats in Row 2, directly