It’s been almost 30 years since the death of her son, Ryan White, and Jeanne White-Ginder is still carrying on his fight against AIDS. The disease tragically took White’s life on April 8, 1990— one month before his high school graduation, nearly three months before Congress passed the Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE)
The limo service offers winery tours that are both safe and unforgettable With the increasing numbers of wineries and breweries cropping up all over Northwest Ohio, visiting them sporadically over your free weekends can, frankly, put you a little behind in your local tasting goals. Team Johnson Limo Services offers a solution for folks— like
Talking with Diane Brunner, president of Davis College In early September, Midwest Recovery Center announced its purchase of the property from Davis College, the 161-year old Toledo college. Since that announcement, Diane Brunner, Davis College President, has been fighting to correct a misperception that Davis College has closed. On the contrary, Davis College is still
Calling all ghouls and goblins: Get in touch with your dark side. Spooky season is here and Toledo’s Halloween spirit is evident with this onslaught of events. Parties Is there any party better than a Halloween party? Probably not. No seance required to party with the dead, witches, and vampires. Get your freak on, literally.
Echoes They Left Behind on October 26 This is so much more than a typical circus performance. In Echoes They Left Behind, the Bird’s Eye View Circus balances elements of art, theater, dance, aerial acrobatics and tightwire in one incredible show about ghost stories, paranormal activity and more by students choreographed by instructors at Bird’s
Infinite Art leaves a lasting impression In 1994, Facebook was still a decade away. Cell phones and the internet were novel ideas. And the opportunities for a young tattoo artist looking to get his entrepreneurial start were dismally slim. But that’s the year Brian “Monk” Taylor, along with co-founder Joseph Kondalski, opened Infinite Art Tattoo
They don’t call Toledo the Glass City for nothing. Our town’s history as a pioneering force in both industrial glass production and art glass ensures that significant artists working in glass and the collectors who love them will often make their way here. A case in point: John Brekke and Jane Bruce, two accomplished artists
Conductor Parnther leads Toledo Symphony in Harry Potter live event, Nov. 1-2 In many ways, it’s incredibly fitting that conductor Anthony Parnther will be holding his own special brand of magic wand— a baton— for the Toledo Symphony Orchestra’s live scoring of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone on November 1 and 2, performing at
Longevity and persistence in the face of an ever-changing digital landscape – commodities that are few and far between, in music and the creative arts. Fortunately, the Glass City is in no short supply. Singer, songwriter, and producer Steve Dwyer and his band Starsleeper are the perfect example of what happens when passion meets persistence.
Ohio fair housing advocates, including Toledo’s own Fair Housing Center, are speaking out against a recently proposed rule by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Opponents to the rule fear that it would essentially undermine the ability to challenge institutions or individuals whose actions make a “disparate impact,” as described in the Fair Housing
It’s inevitable that a group show juried by a single artist will reflect the preoccupations and interests of that artist. But you would be hard-pressed to see a collection of objects in the unique but derelict space on the 7th floor of Toledo’s historic Secor Building that more clearly reflects the esthetic of juror Scott