Toledo-Area Swimming Holes Worth Jumping Into

Summertime means swimming time in Ohio, and there are plenty of options in the 419! Whether you need some leisurely exercise, want to meet other locals, or just have to get the kids out of the house, we’ve got the list of best swimming holes to jump into! Rolf Park 2115 Cass Rd., Maumee Rolf

Murals Brighten Up Abandoned Homes in the Historic Vistula District

Some like to paint the town red, but UToledo Art Department alumna Caroline Jardine likes to paint the town blue— covering the windows and doors of abandoned houses with mural panels featuring swirling, psychedelic designs.  As part of an inner-city beautification project initiated by Reginald Temple, Director and Vice President of Community Development for First Federal

Modern Musical “Violet” Lights Up Croswell Opera House

A journey of hope, healing and redemption is at the core of Violet, a musical that will be presented at the Croswell Opera House in Adrian, MI beginning July 12. Originally produced off-Broadway in 1997, the show follows the story of a disfigured young woman traveling by bus to a faith healer she hopes will

Where To Party Like A Patriot on July 4th Weekend in Toledo

Sure, you can fire up the grill at home to celebrate the 4th of July weekend, but there are plenty of Independence Day celebrations going on around town to keep you partying like a patriot.  Friday, June 28  Fourth in the 419 Participate in a week jam-packed with 4th of July festivities. Choose from the

Hinder at Civic Music Hall

Platinum rock band Hinder is headlining the Lucky 7 Tour with Saving Abel, American Sin, The Adarna, Renegade Angel and Seven Past Sunset. Having sold over 3.8 million albums, Hinder has major crossover appeal for fans of all genres. Don’t miss this epic show! $18-$40. Doors at 6pm. 7pm-2am. Tuesday, June 25. Civic Music Hall,

Paint and Sips Around the 419

Looking to hone your inner-artist with a twist? Unwind with a glass of wine and a blank canvas for a night out with friends, an artsy date, or just something different. An evening at one of Toledo’s paint and sip concerns offers a unique spin on this artistic endeavor. Be sure to review and adhere

“A Life’s” Journey

ACT performance headed to a national competition in Pennsylvania For the first time, a theatrical company from Toledo will represent our area at the American Association of Community Theater’s annual festival, held this year on June 18 through 22 in Gettysburg, PA. Actors Collaborative Toledo (ACT) will present an abridged performance of its production of