Photo by Rob Hampson on Unsplash Accessible curbside service enhances the enjoyment of food from local restaurants, but you know what makes that process even easier? A convenient app that provides the restaurants’ usual options and more. Toledo City Paper compiled a list of some favorite local restaurant apps that make a difference during
Photos by Kelli Miller If you haven’t heard of Nuestra Gente Community Projects, Inc. from the organization’s annual Barrio Latino Art Festival or its Spanish-language WVZC radio station, you might know it from the charitable work they do for the Old South End. Linda Parra, the founder and president of Nuestra Gente, is a whirlwind
A challenge for nature lovers and craftsmen alike is currently underway with Battle of the Birdhouses, a challenge where registered groups compete to create the most impressive birdhouse for a nonprofit auction! Nature’s Nursery Center for Wildlife Rehabilitation created this contest/auction as a fundraiser for their busiest year yet. As it is one of their
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