From shipwrecks to aquatic treasures, underwater archaeologist Carrie Sowden dives into marine mysteries every day as the Archaeological Director of the National Museum of the Great Lakes. Toledoans curious to take the plunge and learn more about Sowden’s fascinating career can do so soon. On Friday, May 29 at 10am, the Imagination Station will host
This weekend, the life and legacy of the late Cathryn “Cat” Lambert, a Toledo arts advocate, will be honored by the music scene. CAT FEST is an annual celebration of Lambert, a Rossford resident who was murdered by her husband in 2015. The benefit concert continues this weekend on Sunday, May 24, at the Bier
The Fair Housing Center, in partnership with the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio and Legal Aid of Western Ohio, is hosting a webinar on Friday, May 15 at 10am informing the public about predatory housing practices occurring during the COVID-19 pandemic. Local housing advocates have been alarmed by the increased amount of
May 11-17 is Oak Openings Green Ribbon Initiative’s annual Blue Week. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, organizers had to make the event virtual. The Green Ribbon Initiative is a non-profit partnership of conservation groups committed to protecting the beauty and the diversity of the Oak Openings region. The Oak Openings region is a 5-mile
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted local residents, including college students, in a plethora of ways. Universities nationwide canceled in-person classes as the virus continued to spread. Most schools have moved all course offerings online. For students, this not only means attending classes from home but also moving out of campus residences. Attending and completing classes
Toledo-based clothing and retail brand Jupmode launched a “Here for Good” campaign in April to raise money for local businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.