Oscar catch-up

Where you can watch the Best Picture nominees The nominations for the 92nd Oscars were announced on Monday, January 13, with Todd Phillips’ Joker earning 11 nominations, the most of any film. If Toledo movie buffs have missed any of the nine films up for Best Picture, not to worry— here’s a quick guide to

Toledo Food Truck Guide

Toledo area diners don’t always have to travel to delicious food options— often the options will come to them. Glass City fare is available from many area food trucks that make their way around Toledo and the surrounding areas. In February, Toledo City Council approved a zoning change that cleared the way for a new

Marching against MAGA: Toledo protesters prepare for Trump rally

So these guys named Trump and Pence are coming to town tomorrow, January 9. You maybe have heard about it. Doors will open at the Huntington Center at 3pm, and the rally will officially commence at 7pm. The Toledo Police Department has already closed down Huron St. between Jefferson and Madison, and beginning Thursday morning,

Printing Innovation

Formlabs has acquired Spectra Group Photopolymers—a choice that shows great promise for growth in 3D printing and local business.

Coolest Dinner Ever: Metroparks To Host Gourmet Meals Inside Igloos

Have you ever seen images of the beautiful, icy structures that Eskimos call igloos and said, “Hey, that’d be fun to have eaten in?” Then, my friend, your wish is granted! Well, sort of. Metroparks Toledo has announced that it will host special, gourmet dinner service in heated (plastic) igloos built on the Manor House


Local high school cross-country runner, Noor Abukaram, seeks religious freedom When 16-year-old cross country runner Noor Abukaram began her run in the Division 1 Northwest District race on October 19, her mind was clear— she was in the zone. Finishing with her fastest 5k of the season, Abukaram embraced her Sylvania Northview High School teammates,

I Was a Stranger and You Took Me In

Carrie Cunningham’s book of essays explores synchronicity between Christianity and social justice Carrie Cunningham, author of Meaning Train: Essays on Religion and Politics, points out that she is a progressive Christian writer, using a modifier to separate herself from the far right evangelicals who espouse the faith. She became religious at age 32 after her

Such a Night

Toledo-area musicians come together for “The Last Waltz” On November 22, local musicians will recreate one of the most impactful shows in American music history. “The Last Waltz,” a tribute to The Band’s 1976 concert by the same name, will be hosted by The Village Idiot, 309 Conant St., Maumee. The Klondike Steamboat Band will