The newest historical recreations include a grocery store, theater, candy shop, fire station, clothing store, theater, pharmacy/soda shop and— get this— a speakeasy that you can only access with a secret code.
Now that working from home is the new normal for many of us, it’s become difficult to ignore all the clutter we’ve allowed to accumulate. Luckily, several nonprofit organizations in Toledo will take your gently used items and use the proceeds for a good cause. Hey, there’s nothing like doing a good deed while creating
Kinsey Van Druten has a knack for taking any guilty pleasure you can buy in a grocery store and turning it into a nutritionally packed powerhouse. Plants on Tap, a business Van Druten has been cultivating since 2015, is a home bakery that includes healthy substitutes for Twix bars, peanut butter eggs, muffins, cookie dough
The current exhibit on display at Fuller Art House— Shelter in Place by Hope Olson— is a timely one. The Holland, Michigan artist is a master of capturing everyday life through vibrant colors and distorted shapes that give movement to still-life images. She draws inspiration from her love of interior decorating and historic architecture, along
Making enough money from home to replace a high-wage salary has become the new American Dream (even more so since so many of us have become accustomed to the stay-at-home life). Online resale businesses like eBay are one way to do this, but it can be done on quite a large scale in other ways.
Underserved, low-income communities and communities of color continue to be hugely affected by COVID-19. The Healing Our Waters – Great Lakes Coalition is helping to ease the burden with a $25,000 grant, $5,000 of which will go to Toledo’s own Junction Coalition. The funds will be used to motivate local environmental cleanup efforts and prevent