Toledo Indoor Garden is rolling down the street this summer to its new location at the former Secor Lanes bowling alley. The store, specializing in hydroponics or soil-less growing operations, is currently packed to the gills in its 1,700 square foot space at 5614 Secor Road and will be able to breathe a bit in
If you’re from Toledo, if you’ve lived in Toledo, if you’ve visited Toledo, if you’ve even heard the word “Toledo,” you probably know one thing: The Glass City goes wild for Barry Bagels. Since the locally-owned chain was founded in 1972 by the late Barry Greenblatt, Barry Bagels has expanded, opening eleven locations in Ohio and Michigan,
The Maumee River is open for adventure, romance, thrills, and family activities of all kinds. Toledo-area residents have choices for exploring, relaxing, or satisfying their adventurous side. If you’re looking for a day with the family and friends, date ideas, or a water-fueled adrenaline rush, these businesses have you covered: River Lures Kayaking 419-832-0989. Riverlureskayaking.com
Imagine a yacht club: stuffed shirt-types sip pouilly-fuissé by the water, wear captain’s hats and brag about how much better they are than “the landlubbers,” right? As it turns out, yacht clubs aren’t really like that at all— particularly the North Cape Yacht Club (NCYC). Oh, there’s drinking all right, and maybe a few captain’s
Dirk Broersma (pictured above) isn’t your average dog lover. He devotes nearly all his time to taking care of not just his dogs— a German Shepherd and SIX Affenpinschers— but also others, at his dog daycare, A Walk in the Park. Broersma started planning his business in 2015, and it officially opened in March of
Toledo’s only independently owned drum shop has operated under a few different names. What began at Rick’s Drum Shop in 1980 became known as Dave’s Drum Depot in 1993. That year, Dave Gierke, owner at the time, moved the store from it’s original location on Sylvania Ave. to it’s current location at 4100 Monroe St.