Over a decade after the Toledo Sports Arena was razed, work finally began in December to convert the space where it once stood into the long-planned Glass City Metropark. Constructed by the Lathrop Co., the new park will include camping, a boardwalk, a lengthy trail system and more, Glass City Metropark, scheduled to open in
In an era distinguished by hateful rhetoric and an increasing divisiveness, a message of togetherness and healing may be the antidote. The I Rise Coalition of the YWCA is hoping to bring together Toledo residents under the idea that we all believe in the same things— peace, justice and dignity. On January 26, the group
On December 17, plans were unveiled for Toledo’s $40 million interactive museum dedicated to the Jeep. Set to open in 2022, “The Jeep Experience” is expected to have interactive features, including an outdoor track. A new nonprofit was organized to make the museum a reality, with a group of community organizations leading the effort. The
Spend an evening at area bars wearing an adorable unicorn, bear, monster or any other big, comfy onesie. The Onesie Bar Crawl comes to Ann Arbor on January 18! Attendees visit five different bars— no cover charge for ticket-buyers— sample a slew of great drink specials, and finish with a night-capping after-party at LIVE Ann
Enjoy free lunchtime parking for a little while longer. A long-discussed plan to enforce paid meters all day in downtown Toledo has been delayed by a few months. Early January, when the changes were scheduled to take effect, was deemed too soon to implement the changeover. The new parking policy will begin on April 1.