All posts by Sonny Forrest

Cuban Lunch Downtown

Hungering for lunch options apart from Downtown Toledo’s selection of rightfully familiar eateries has become something of an unspoken precondition of working in the city center. Though Bleak House Coffee (612 Adams) already pulls some of this city’s finest espresso while dishing out fresh baked goods on the daily, the coffee shop now boasts Cuban

Is Inaction Criminal?

Headlining the 2018 David S. Stone Law Lecture at the University of Toledo College of Law on November 5, author and current University of Utah law professor Amos N. Guiora will present a lecture on his latest book, The Crime of Complicity: The Bystander in the Holocaust.

Tecumseh’s Boulevard Market Crafts Michigan’s First Dry-Cured Fermented Salami

Producing cheese and bean-to-bar chocolate in house, Boulevard Market’s curated variety of wine and fine deli meats renders it a gourmand’s oasis in otherwise unassuming Tecumseh, Michigan, this time with new house-brand Black Pig Salami Co. Channeling their drive to improve the fine food collective’s approachability for everyday people, Boulevard Market founders Erika and John

Oliver Cooper's Latest Comedy "Red Oaks" Debuts on Amazon Prime Today

“Amazon Prime and chill” isn’t yet interchangeable with Netflix in the sense that viewers don’t immediately associate Amazon’s entertainment streaming service with a euphemism for seduction. But the platform’s original series are a step in the right direction. In addition to the critically acclaimed comedies “Transparent” and “Mozart in the Jungle,” both of which bolstered