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Ode to the ZIP CODE – 2021 Finalists

Every year, it is the honor of Toledo City Paper and Toledo Area Parent magazine to act as a media sponsor of the Ode to the ZIP Code poetry contest.

Twisted Tales: Local author makes a splash with new book

Paul Ieson, an author from Milbury, Ohio, took the leap of faith to write his own collection of stories entitled Swamp Dust: Four Twisted Tales.

Gone but (now) not forgotten

The stories of how notables came to visit the our city can be found in Tedd Long’s new book Forgotten Visitors: Northwest Ohio’s Notable Guests.

Bloody mary, bloody mary, bloody mary…

Photo by Klara Kulikova on Unsplash Do you miss sharing a Bloody Mary with friends? Why not sign up for the 2021 Spring edition of the Bloody Mary Festival? With the purchase of a virtual...

Former City official “Apologizes” in book form

An autobiography by a former City of Toledo official has been released with the provocative title “I Apologize: A Black Man’s Plea for Forgiveness.”

The historic pandemic— of the 18th century

The book “The Fever of 1721” by Stephen Coss will be the subject of this month’s meeting of the bookstore’s History/Biography Book Club.