James Bell speaks about systemic racism in our criminal justice system James Bell is a legal justice advocate who has spent decades as an attorney and activist. He is set to be the keynote speaker at the 2019 Access to Justice Awards Dinner, where he’ll talk about the way the legal system is structured, and
The 2019 season begins with new food and fun Now that the wait is over, it’s time to give some love to the most popular roller coaster destination in the world— Cedar Point. If you are new to the area— or have an unfounded case of coasterphobia— you should really make the trip to Sandusky
Are you as original as Gino’s? Compete by designing a pizza that reflects your slice of the 419! Official Rules No changes can by made to the Original Gino’s crust or sauce recipes Can name the pizza anything, does not have to be a “localized name” You list the toppings & create the “name” of
Quasi-controversial member of Toledo City Council Nick Komives joins the Toledo City Podcast to talk about his proposed Pay Equity Act.
The 2nd annual Adrian International Film Festival brings movie lovers together It’s becoming easier by the year to find entertainment from other countries that you wouldn’t have even thought to look for. Sure, everyone knows about The Avengers and other major American film events. But what if you’d like to see what entertains people in
In 2017, the members of Chicago got together for a celebratory dinner to mark their 50th year as a band. That sort of longevity puts Chicago in a very exclusive club, as one of the very few bands— the Rolling Stones, The Who, and a handful of ‘60s pop acts playing perhaps with their frontman
Yeah, yeah. Every year Mom says the same thing: “I don’t want anything for Mother’s Day!” Even if she really does mean it, she still deserves at least one day a year to be adored, appreciated, and pampered! Looking for a way to do just that? Check out our picks to ensure that Mother’s Day
On this week’s Toledo City Podcast, Toledo-born Hollywood actor Oliver Cooper channels his favorite character voices and talks about what makes film and TV stars film and TV stars.
Got the ‘write’ stuff? We’re looking for the best poems and short stories about the 419 that the Glass City has to offer for our annual poetry and fiction contest. Entering is easy. Write an original piece of short fiction or poetry (your choice!) about Toledo and keep it 419 words or less. The deadline
Looking to take your acting skills to the next level? The Next Steps in Acting Rep. Ed. Course is best for actors with some previous experience. Instructor Fran Martone is an actor and director with experience in film, television, and theater. The class is limited to ten students, so make sure to go online and
The support for local businesses in Toledo has grown steadily throughout the past few years, so it was only a matter of time before the creation of the Glass City Indie Market, featuring small business owners and entrepreneurs in the Toledo Area. “The purpose is to showcase the glass cities amazing talent of entrepreneurs and
The SeaGate Centre gets revamped with a new ballroom and adjacent Hyatt Hotel In a press conference led by the Board of Lucas County Commissioners, two major developments to further the economic development of downtown Toledo were announced: a new dual-purpose Hyatt hotel and the revamping of the SeaGate Centre, which will include the addition