Two controversial Toledo City charter amendments put to a vote Two much-discussed and hard-fought-for amendments to the Toledo City Charter will be put before voters as part of a special election on February 26. The initiatives on the ballot include efforts to Keep the Jail Downtown Toledo, which if passed would require that any new
Roses are red Love is a mess Tell us your story in 143 words or less From heartache to heartbreak, to finding your one true love, stories of romance seem to end one of two ways— “happily ever after…” or “f*ck that liar!!!” Think we’re wrong? Prove it by telling us your love story— whatever
The Toledo Museum of Art Families on Film series presents Monsoon Wedding (2001). The melodramatic and comedic film observes the mixing of cultures when an upper-middle-class Indian family prepares for their only daughter’s arranged marriage. Although problems occur and the planning is nothing short of stressful, the celebration turns out perfectly as the two families
Hosted by My Mommy’s Business, Shop Small Toledo is an opportunity to learn about and buy local products. With plenty of food samples and concessions, bring the kids for family fun with the Imagination Station, The Toledo Zoo, and Laurel’s Princess Parties. Portions of the event’s proceeds go to Read for Literacy, Inc., a worthy
SeaSkate Ice Skating Rink Opens Downtown It has been 30 years since Toledoans have had a public ice skating rink to enjoy during the holiday season, but that is about to change. ConnecToledo, Downtown Development Corporation and One SeaGate Partners bring us SeaSkate, a synthetic ice rink that will be located along the riverfront between
The lights flicker inside, and people begin filing into the living room of a house in the Old West End. Three rows of seats flank a roaring fireplace. There is no mention made about cell phones, but attendees instinctively check their phones to make sure they will not be the source of an interruption of
Hart, one of Ohio’s largest independent marketing and advertising agencies, with more than a 50-year history, employs about 80 people, 60 based in Toledo and another 20 in Columbus.
To build a stronger, more inclusive community, Toledo natives Jason and Kelli Daniels see four objectives for the professional workforce: leadership, influence, focus and talent, four values that make up the acronym L.I.F.T.