Tag Archives: Lit – Feature

It’s Not Easy Eating Green

Finding a good vegan meal when eating out can be daunting, but a plan and familiarity with restaurants’ offerings can prevent frustration and disappointment. To assist vegan diners, Rachel and Michael Zickar created vegantoledo.com.

Hitting the Target; Ralph Warren’s key to a new life

Ralph Warren’s debut novel Target marks the beginning of a new life for him. A new chapter in his remarkable story began in January 2017 when President Obama commuted his life sentence two days before Obama left office. Warren had spent 27-and-a-half years in prison due the ‘three strikes and you’re out’ drug sentencing laws. Now, Warren’s taking control of his future, pursuing his love of writing and speaking about his experiences in the hope that it will make a difference.

Craving Change: Cooking up confidence with Whole30

Here we are again: A new year upon us and all those unhealthy habits you promised to change taunting you like that second slice of holiday pie. It’s time for something new, time to take control. Melissa Hartwig, cofounder of the Whole30 nutrition program, offers two books to help you do just that.

The Glass City, On Paper: 10 Books On Toledo History

Since Toledo was founded in 1837, a lot has changed. Bibliophiles, history-buffs, and Toledoans beaming with Glass City pride will love these books on local history. The Toledo War: The First Michigan-Ohio Rivalry Don Faber (2008) Our rivalry with the Mitten State began long before the football field contests between the Ohio State University and