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We have long been warned that, if we do not learn from history, we are doomed to repeat it. Knowing our roots, understanding the past, teaches how history makes us who we are. History is a story that is always being written— it is as much a part of today as it is a part

Enjoy Jazz in the Garden at home

Even though COVID-19 has put a kibosh on many area traditions this summer, the Metroparks’ “Jazz in the Garden” program continues, albeit in a digital format.  Metroparks Toledo has hosted “Virtual Jazz in the Garden” on its webpage every Thursday, encouraging viewers to settle into their own home gardens and get a bit of the

Fuller Art House presents breathtaking paintings Within Arms Reach

Fuller Art House’s latest exhibit, Within Arms Reach, showcases the work of Michigan-based painter Hope Olson. Based in Holland, Olson’s work largely focuses on taking everyday items and transforming them into something more with her impressionistic style. Bright colors cover her canvas, taking something ordinary like a box of Chinese takeout and making it into

Area artist’s work featured in Columbus exhibit

Toledo artist Natalie Lanese will be one of over a dozen artists featured in a new exhibit being hosted at the Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery in Columbus. Paper Routes: Women to Watch in 2020— Ohio will be on display at the Gallery from July 30 through October 17. The exhibit is focused on women

New, artistic bike racks installed outside Cherry Street Mission

A set of new bike racks have been installed on the sidewalks outside the Cherry Street Mission building on 17th St. Designed by area artist Eric Thomas, these colorful and beautiful racks merge form and function, providing a safe place for bicyclists to secure their vehicles while contributing to the area aesthetically, as well. The

July 31, 2020 – Marketplace Changes

The Frogtown Froggy Museum has moved from Collingwood Ave. to 316 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 300, in downtown Toledo. See more than 700 froggy related items on display from 10am-4pm on Saturdays, or by appointment. Red Line Circuit Training has opened a second location at 7409 W. Central Ave., near King Rd. in Sylvania. The