All posts by TCP Staff

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

Jam in Woodsdale Park

The City of Toledo’s summer free movie series comes to a close on Thursday, August 20 with a screening of Space Jam at Woodsdale Park. A family-friendly event, attendees are welcome to bring a blanket and enjoy the movie in a safe outdoor environment with social distancing guidelines observed. Originally released in 1996, Space Jam

Avocado and Cheese, a match made in Toledo

A new local business offers delicious, fresh and made-to-order charcuterie boards. Avocado and Cheese LLC is the creation of Toledo mom Alisa Gafeney, who has been passionate about food for years. She began the business in May, an idea born of quarantine-induced boredom. Customers choose from a variety of meat and cheeses for their board

New Salad Bar and Cafe

The new Salad Bar and Cafe at the Oliver House brings a different style of healthy eats to Toledo patrons. With a fresh take on salads, juices and coffee, as well as a make-your-own-trail-mix bar, all menu items feature “very clean, simple ingredients” according to owner Amanda Elenbaas, a recent transplant to Toledo. Amanda, who

Locally Grown: Toledo Businesses are Thriving

Nobody saw the pandemic coming, yet amid the uncertainty, one thing is clear— Toledo’s independent businesses know how to thrive. With creative adaptations and steadfast, hard work, these locally-grown businesses show what it means to succeed. George & Tony Bardwell, Co-Owners Whiskey & The Wolf 3515 W. Alexis Rd., 419-690-4280. 3-10pm, Monday. 11:30am-10pm, Tuesday-Saturday.