All posts by TCP Staff

Toledo According To Curtis A. Deeter

Years lived in Toledo: 15 Occupation: Tax Accounting Manager at the Lucas County Auditor’s office, coordinator of Of Rust and Glass, and author. My story, in one sentence: I’ve taken a winding, haphazard path to get to where I am today, but I’ve finally discovered what my passions are and how to realize them. One

Big Ideas 2020

While consumer society, bootlegging, jazz and flappers characterized the 1920s, we predict that community-driven social change spearheaded by passionate activists, advocates and influencers will define the 2020s. Welcome to the new roaring 20s, where dedicated dreamers, like these Toledoans, will direct our future. Alfonso Narvaez President of ONE Village Council By Jeff McGinnis / Photo

January 15, 2020 Marketplace Changes

My Way Bistro, expected to open by the end of January in the old Tony Packo’s location at 5827 Monroe St., in the Sylvania Country Square Shopping Center next to Marino’s Beverage Depot, will serve American fare in a lounge atmosphere. 419-517-7096. Krispy Kreme Doughnuts is open at 3145 Secor Rd., in the former

Toledo Food Truck Guide

Toledo area diners don’t always have to travel to delicious food options— often the options will come to them. Glass City fare is available from many area food trucks that make their way around Toledo and the surrounding areas. In February, Toledo City Council approved a zoning change that cleared the way for a new

December 18, 2019—Marketplace Changes

Nothing Bundt Cakes, a specialty bakery and dessert shop, has opened a franchise location at 7427 Central Ave., across from Meijer. 419-877-3755. After 65 years in business, the family-owned Lincoln Drive-In Cleaners on Upton Ave. by Berdan has closed. Funagin’s Family Fun Center on Centennial Rd. has been ordered to cease operations after accruing