Despite the elimination of pregame and halftime performances, the Rocket Marching Band remains productive and creative this fall.
Oliver Hazard band members (l-r) Mike Belazis, Griffin McCulloch and Devin East in the stands at Fifth Third Field, where they will play a concert on Thursday, September 24. Photo credit: Nick Corbin. The easygoing melodies of Waterville band Oliver Hazard will make history on Thursday, September 24 as the first band to perform
Tom Henkel (l) and Bill Kolhoff of Fusion 3. Photo credit: Kelli Miller Chef Bill Kolhoff has a reputation for turning heads. Recently, when his grilled leg of lamb upstaged the vows at a lakeside wedding party, he almost felt bad about it. Almost. Together with Toledo restaurateur Tom Henkel, a veteran caterer with a
The Lucas County Clerk of Courts announced that a new scam targeting residents has been identified. Citizens have received correspondence from the “Tax Processing Unit of the Lucas County Public Judgement Records” claiming nonpayment of taxes and demanding that recipients submit payment immediately. There is no Lucas County department by that name. In a press
UPDATE 9/16: Franklin County Common Pleas Judge Richard Frye ruled against the one-drop-box-per-county directive on September 15, stating that the limit was was “arbitrary and unreasonable.” Secretary of State Frank LaRose’s office announced he would appeal the ruling, and that as of right now the secretary’s directive remains in place ORIGINAL STORY: The question of
Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz and Toledo Chief of Police George Kral held a news conference to officially declare gun violence a public health crisis.
Motivating factor in City Politics Last column we renewed some old hack bashing, reminiscing about failed candidates and other losers from the Ghost of City Politics Past. While polishing up the old darts to toss at some of our favorite befuddled targets, it got us to thinking. What would possibly possess a soul to run
As of August 24, only 57.2% of Toledo’s known population had completed the census, well below the state’s completion rate of 68.3%.
The newest historical recreations include a grocery store, theater, candy shop, fire station, clothing store, theater, pharmacy/soda shop and— get this— a speakeasy that you can only access with a secret code.
Random thoughts from a randomly functioning mind. Seems about right for that wacky thing called Year Twenty Twenty. Tootling around T Town lately we were struck by the lack of political signs. We understand that politicking is curtailed by the virus. Hard to press flesh from six feet away. Even harder to kiss babies with
Learn the history behind the names of a number of ships that sailed the Great Lakes as part of a new exhibit the Toledo Zoo Aquarium. The National Museum of the Great Lakes and the Zoo are collaborating on the production, entitled “What’s in a Name.” The temporary exhibit is on display in the Reflections