All posts by TCP Staff

Holiday Wish List 2016: Part 1

Get into the holiday spirit and start shopping early while supporting your community by buying from local businesses. Whether you need the perfect present for a party host, or a unique gift for the person who has everything, and says they want nothing, we’ve solved your holiday shopping dilemmas by doing the hard work for

Sushi 101 with Chef Joe of Kyoto Ka

We love sushi, but we aren’t always sure if we are eating it right. How much wasabi is too much? Do we seriously just stuff our mouth with the biggest bite we can handle? What’s that ginger for?  Since Kyoto Ka just won the Best Lunch Special in the Toledo City Paper’s 2016 Dining Guide

Toledo GQ: Men’s Style Guide

From looking like a Made Man to having a killer fade, man, personal grooming is a fine art. You’ve got to blaze your own trail without looking too outré, line your wardrobe without looking too intro and flash the finest accoutrements to dazzle all comers. Our Men’s Style issue features the finest lotions, leathers, metals

Toledo According to Haley Taylor

Toledo’s a big town with a lot of friendly faces. Ever wonder what a walk in Ottawa Park, or throughout Downtown, is like for other residents? We’re stepping inside the soles and souls of Toledoans to learn how they fill up their Glass City. Name: Haley Taylor Age: 25 Occupation: Radio Host and Producer for

Election Tunes Worth Muting CNN For

So you’re sick of all the election stuff, right? You can’t wait for this whole thing to be over so people will stop calling, ticketing, displaying signage, stuffing your mailbox, canvassing or spamming your social media. We’re right there with you. And while we can’t say we aren’t going to watch the election coverage (we

Saluting Downtown’s Unsung Heroes: James McDay

James McDay has been serving up barbeque with We Be Ribs since 1992 but locally, friends and family have known his cooking since he moved here in 1971. As word spread in the early ‘90s,  McDay began delivering batches of tender ribs, pulled pork, chicken and his signature sauce to First National Bank building tenants,