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Toledo According To Matt Taylor

Artist, Designer, web developer Lived in Toledo: 35 years Most people know me for working on the Toledo Loves Love project. But some may also remember my collaborative t-shirt/art company called Devicious!, Or my work on a little retail project called Sillybandz, or even know me as a designer at Thrive internet marketing/Toledo.com. Basically, it’s

Toledo According To… Jordan Valdiviez

Years lived in Toledo: 23 Occupation: Incubation Operations Manager at Launchpad Incubation at The University of Toledo One lyric to describe my ideal self: “The only true voyage would be not to travel through a hundred different lands with the same pair of eyes, but to see the same land through a hundred different pairs

The Attic Throws New Orleans-themed Fat Tuesday Party

Celebrate gluttony with a New Orleans-themed Fat Tuesday party at The Attic. Cajun Chef Dave will serve up spicy gumbo, red beans and rice, Maque Choux and a special smokehouse charcuterie board. Specialty New Orleans cocktails— including Hurricanes, Sazerac and Zombies— will keep the party going, but if you need to make it a night

#BUYBLACK419

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

Toledo According To Anthony Fontana and Casey Gsell

Anthony Fontana Owens Corning User Experience Leader Has lived in Toledo for 14 years Most people know me for: I’m in the seminary at the Buddhist Temple of Toledo, and I lead a couple of meditation groups around town. I wish more people knew me for: My art and performances at Artomatic 419! The best

Find your light

You don’t have to search for the light— author and spiritual leader John Davis argues that the light of the world is within you. Learn how to let your light shine so you can share it with the world when he visits the Unity of Toledo Spiritual Center to discuss his new book, Be the