All posts by Erin Holden

Bubbly vodka cocktails at Registry Bistro

Registry Bistro’s final cocktail-making class of the year is just in time for you to impress your family and friends on Christmas Day. This month’s tutorial is all about vodka drinks with bubbly tops. Participants will learn the history of the cocktail and receive hands-on instruction in how to create them. Then sip your fancy

Kettle Pay

The Salvation Army Red Kettles have been an iconic part of charitable Christmas giving for almost 130 years, and this year they are making a big push to make donations even easier. As people are becoming less and less apt to carry cash, Kettle Pay makes it easy to use your cell phone to donate

World AIDS Day 2019

If you are looking for a way to honor those affected by and lost to AIDS, or to learn more about the history and continuing work surrounding AIDS, you can begin with a viewing of the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt, now on display through Friday, December 6 at The University of Toledo. The Center


Local high school cross-country runner, Noor Abukaram, seeks religious freedom When 16-year-old cross country runner Noor Abukaram began her run in the Division 1 Northwest District race on October 19, her mind was clear— she was in the zone. Finishing with her fastest 5k of the season, Abukaram embraced her Sylvania Northview High School teammates,

Climbing to New Heights

Whether you are looking to overcome your fear of heights or simply want to revisit a joy from your childhood, Metroparks Toledo’s tree climbing experience is worth trying out. The safe climbing excursion will get you in touch with nature and provide a nice little workout as well. Nothing like taking your exercise routine out