Roll over to the venue on select Wednesday evenings during the summer to fill up on fare from Food Truck Association favorites while enjoying live music and cocktails.
Get to know the Toledo City Paper staff with (let’s be honest) pretty great icebreakers—it’s the question at hand…breaking news #inthe419! It’s what we all REALLY want to know. Volume 21 | Issue 10
The property, on the south shore of Sandusky Bay, over 600 acres of
wetlands— a marsh of water and vegetation that harkens to the swamp that was northwest Ohio before humans transformed it into something more hospitable, yet potentially damaging to the ecosystem. Years of neglect left the once lush acreage in poor health but Eric Kraus has set out to change that.
The fourth annual Toledo Beer & Bacon Fest returns to the historic Birmingham Neighborhood with all manner of bacon foods, bacon-themed craft beers, and live music by Irish punk band Katie’s Randy Cat. We sat down with two beer and bacon enthusiasts, organizers of the festival since its humble beginnings. From Birmingham to Bacon Originally
We had the opportunity to go to a Meet-n-Greet with the Mud Hens last week, and although the hen house was full of cackling press, a few of the guys sat down to speak with us. Here’s the soup on some of our staff-picked questions.
Since 1996, the YWCA of Northwest Ohio has hosted the Milestone Awards to honor women in Northwest Ohio for their accomplishments and contributions in seven disciplines. Meet this year’s honorees— Cynthia Thompson (arts), Debra Monagan (business), WilliAnn Moore (education), Judge Denise Cubbon (government), Randa Mansour-Shousher (science), Jan Ruma (social services), and Sarah Skow (volunteerism)— during