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City Sips 2020

Lift your glass Join us in a toast, raising our glass to the service industry. It’s no secret that our favorite bartenders, servers, and other restaurant and bar workers have struggled to regain a foothold in these uncertain times, despite recently re-opened doors. So, this summer, we’re coming together with a two-part pledge: First, let’s

June 17 2020—Marketplace Changes

Downtown Sylvania welcomes a new boho-style boutique and space to support local musicians and artists. Hip To The Groove Boutique, at 5665 Main St., looks to open in mid-July, though the shop recently hosted a pop-up for Napoleon-based women’s shop, Wenleemae Boutique. The budding business is housed in the Signature Look Studio space, next to

Top Docs 2020

Special Advertising Section Doctor’s Orders Advice from area professionals Health care workers have long been heroes, and their dedication to our community’s safety and happiness has continued to prove itself in the past few months. As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, our annual guide to local doctors comes with a special relevance. Over the last weeks,

Outdoor dining returns— and these Toledo patios are ready for you

Toledoans who have had to eat all their meals at home finally have the chance to dine out again beginning this weekend, thanks to Mike DeWine’s plan to reopen the Ohio economy. As of May 15, restaurant patios in Ohio can reopen for business, with indoor dining beginning Thursday, May 21.  As a bonus, Lucas

2020 Ode to the ZIP Code: Category 3

Below are the top-scoring poems in this category, which were evaluated by a panel of judges including Jim Ferris, Sandra Rivers-Gill, and Haley Taylor. To read more poems, return here. Craig Firsdon 43528 I’ve lived my life disabled in Holland. Arrowhead filled fields became malls and poetry opened a community in which wheelchairs don’t exist. Leonard