The Sofia Quintero Art and Cultural Center’s Rasquache Artist Residency allows art to cross borders

A new art exhibition is bringing a glimpse of Mexico to Toledo. Through March 17, the Sofia Quintero Art and Cultural Center’s Jose Martinez Memorial Galeria (1224 Broadway St.) will feature works from the Rasquache Artist Residency, the center’s first international program. The exhibition displays work by eleven artists, including SQACC art coordinator David Cuatlacuatl

City Government 101 with Toledo City Councilman Tom Waniewski

Nobody got their way in the 2016 Presidential Election, not even Trump. Since the election, politics just haven’t been the same. Parties are split, voters are angry and people feel disenfranchised. Grassroots movements are organizing, planning protests, rallies and fundraisers. Your opponents are planning bake sales. Your allies are carpooling to town hall meetings. People

Food trucks get permission to roll into the The Perrysburg Market

The Perrysburg Farmer’s Market is about to get a whole lot tastier. The Perrysburg Convention & Visitors Bureau, along with the Toledo Food Trucks Association, has announced that the downtown market’s Thursday nights will now offer food trucks. Last year, market visitors got a taste of food truck offerings during the weekly Feast & Farm

Indie pop siblings, The Old Adage, brings a new sound

How many times have you listened to a new artist and instantly compared it to something you’ve already heard? Or how about listening to an album all the way through before realizing every song sounded the same? Sometimes, experiments run flat and even the most unique sound can turn tired without change. To keep things

The Paczki: More than a Pastry

This morning, Toledo bakeries were met with long lines of hungry patrons anxiously waiting for their favorite Polish pastry. It’s Fat Tuesday, which prompts many to purchase their paczki from a local baker, rather than a typical grocery store— mass-produced, machine-made paczkis are simply be contrary to custom. Handmade is tradition. To the untrained eye, you

Fighting An Uncertain Future: Toledo Organizations Strive to Reassure Immigrant Community After Travel Ban

“Are we going to be deported?” That was the emotional question asked by refugees at an information session at the University of Toledo on Feb. 18. The presentation, “Immigration Under President Trump,” was hosted by Welcome Toledo-Lucas County (Welcome TLC), US Together Toledo and Advocates for Basic Legal Equality (ABLE). Attorneys from ABLE provided information

Diners Getting Hungry For Restaurant Week Toledo 2017

Those looking (and why wouldn’t one be?) to experience the Toledo dining scene’s most inventive and delicious fare would do their belly well to take part in Restaurant Week Toledo 2017, running February 27 through March 5. The seventh annual event, sponsored by St. Luke’s Hospital and Libbey, gives diners the opportunity to try special