On The Radar: Writers Resist – True Tales of Reproductive Health

On Sunday, January 15, writers and activists throughout the world are coming together to promote compassion, equality, free speech and social justice during #WritersResist. Concerned about the future of reproductive rights, and want to support the Capital Care Network, Toledo’s last abortion clinic? #WritersResist organizers will focus the day’s efforts on reproductive health. Join the

“Building Blocks” Book Highlights Cable Company Knowledge

Not just an insider’s peek into the high-functioning world of area cable, this is a story of growth, both for the business and NW Ohio. Building Blocks: Buckeye CableSystem’s Communications Revolution, From Printer’s Ink to Cable to Fiber by Tom Dawson recounts the history and lessons learned through the author’s time both as a journalist

Booked For Murder Mystery Book Club Meets At Sanger Library

You don’t need to be a detective to deduce that whodunit stories are popular fodder for discussion groups. The excellently-named Booked For Murder Mystery Book Club is dying to meet you. Happy to take on new members, the group meets at the Sanger Branch the second Monday of each month. This month will feature a

Toledo Museum of Art’s Book Club Discusses Museum Works

Feel the need to wax philosophic about Modigliani and the like? A great bet for engaging artistic discussion is the Toledo Museum of Art’s Art Book Club. This month’s selection is the compendium work, Stories of Art & Artists compiled by Diana Secker Tesdell. Assorted essays by some major influencers in the art world are

Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Library

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. bridged the gap between races without resorting to violence. Dedicating an entire week to study and celebration of the African-American activist, The Toledo Lucas County Public Library is inviting families, teens and history enthusiasts of all ages to share in its exhibit to the memory of the great man. Photographs,

The Toledo Book Club is meeting to discuss Green’s Paper Towns

Do you long for the passion and excitement of youth and freedom? YouTube star John Green has made a career out of writing on these tropes. The Toledo Book Club is meeting to discuss Green’s Paper Towns, the 2015 bestselling follow-up to his smash success, The Fault In Our Stars. When Quentin Jacobsen’s crush, the

Shakespeare discussion

“If music be the food of love, play on,” Shakespeare wrote for his character Orsino in Twelfth Night. At Midweek Shakespeare, an ongoing series in the Libbey Court, a sampling of the Bard’s sonnets, plus famous scenes from plays and other inspired works, will be discussed. You would be a welcome addition to an assorted