Headlining the 2018 David S. Stone Law Lecture at the University of Toledo College of Law on November 5, author and current University of Utah law professor Amos N. Guiora will present a lecture on his latest book, The Crime of Complicity: The Bystander in the Holocaust.
Bestselling author of The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America (2017), Dr. Richard Rothstein, was the keynote speaker for the 2018 Ohio Fair Housing Summit held in downtown Toledo on September 20, to educate the public about the purposefully racist policies beginning in the early 20th century that have led to today’s segregated neighborhoods.
Two of the greatest inventions in history— beer and literature— are coming together thanks to the Toledo Lucas County Library’s upcoming book group Books on Tap. This four-part monthly series will be held at Earnest Brew Works the third Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m., beginning on September 19. Each month a new book
Consider glass skyscrapers, mass-manufactured glass bottles, and space suits. These things have something in common: they are all innovations made possible by Toledo glass companies.
Nick Muska is a poet and a storyteller, but it ain’t that simple. Muska tells stories in print, publishing three collections of poems (ELM: Warehouse Poems, Living My Nightlife Out Under the Sun and All Cool (Carefully Selected Poems) and featured in two anthologies of GLASS WILL: An Anthology of Toledo Poets. Soul-baring words of
Sharing a community’s art is amazing. Toledo’s growing artistic community, beyond music and traditional art, boasts talented writers and poets, finally receiving deserved recognition.