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Vistula Revival: Big Changes and Renovations in Toledo’s Oldest Neighborhood

In 1837, two villages along the Maumee River decided to come together to form Toledo, the city we all know and love. While that was nearly two centuries ago, those historic settlements have not...

Good Choices Create Compelling Rift: Toledo woven throughout Nathan Elias’ first novel

Can a futuristic story drawing from the lifestyle and allure of its Southern California setting have a “419” vibe? It turns out that yes, it definitely can. And that story was inspired by a...

A Living Legacy: Kenneth Spruce’s “I Apologize: A Black Man’s Plea for Forgiveness”

Throughout his lifetime Kenneth Spruce has been a City of Toledo official, Associate Professor of Political Science, Baptist Deacon, political activist, student government leader, author and CEO/founder of his own agency.

CITY PAGES: Toledoan’s Life of Deception Profiled in New Book

Cassie Chadwick was a woman way ahead of her time in the 1880s.  Intelligent, clever and possessing an uncanny understanding of human nature, Chadwick is one of Time Magazine’s Top 10 Imposters of all...

Living Poetry: Local author publishes first novel

Full of hardships, poverty, drugs, profanity and hope, Dan Denton’s first published novel deserves to be classified as “living poetry," as described in the book’s introduction. "$100-A-Week Motel" brings readers into the world of...

100 Things to Do in Toledo Before You Die

Maybe you’ve lived in Toledo a long time, and you think you’ve been everywhere and seen everything in the area. Maybe you’re a newbie looking at the Glass City with fresh— or perhaps even...