November 6, 2019 – Marketplace Changes

The Leaf and Seed Cafe, a popular food truck offering plant-based comfort food, will open its first brick and mortar in The Davis Building, at 151 N. Michigan St. (formerly Pam’s Corner), in coming weeks. theleafandseed.com The Nutrition Spot Downtown has opened at 215 N. Summit St. #C, in the arcade next to Balance Pan-Asian

Remembering the AIDS Memorial Quilt

Friday, 11.15 / TMA, CVA December 1st marks World AIDS Day 2019, and the Ann Wayson Locher Memorial Fund for HIV Care will honor lives lost and raise awareness with a handful of impactful, important events, including the exhibition of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt Exhibit Events at the Center for the Visual Arts

October 23, 2019—Marketplace Changes

Enjoy authentic Peruvian cuisine in Toledo by visiting Chosica Peruvian Restaurant, at 3439 Hill Ave., formerly home to La Taqueria Autentica Michoacana. 8am-8pm, Monday-Friday. 9am-5pm, Saturday-Sunday. 419-531-2800. See “Chosica Peruvian Restaurant” on Facebook. Odd Fodder has opened at 26520 N. Dixie Hwy. in Perrysburg, next to Balance Pan-Asian Grille. The fast-casual restaurant, by Fowl and

October 9, 2019—Marketplace Changes

Curious Cat Coffee (formerly Bleak House Coffee) has opened at 3057 W. Bancroft St., 419-740-1125. facebook.com/CuriousCatCoffee/ Chef Moussa Salloukh’s newest venture, Souk Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar, is now open at 139 S. Huron St., next to the Toledo Farmers Market. 567-777-7685. facebook.com/SoukMediterranean Yama Japan Sushi and Hibachi has opened at 3330 W. Central Ave., in

A Story Worth Living

Local filmmaker and actress Vanessa Leonard makes her directorial debut with A Story Worth Living, which explores the impact of mental illness. The film was shot almost entirely in Toledo, though there are also scenes filmed in Columbus and Morgantown, West Virginia. In keeping with the theme of A Story Worth Living, the trailer is

All hail, King & Queen Pittie!

Toledo’s PET Bull Project has lots of fun activities in store to celebrate lovable pits, including— wait for it— the crowning of Pittie King and Queen! This, along with a doggy costume contest, make their upcoming event a can’t-miss-it-event for dog lovers, but they have lots of practical reasons to attend as well: free training,

A Roundup of Toledo’s Favorite Patios

Summer is here and it’s time to shake off that cabin fever. What better way to do so than by taking advantage of one of Toledo’s many restaurants offering patio seating? Check out our 2019 Patio Guide, and then read our roundup for more of the Toledo Area’s best spots. Downtown The Blarney 601 Monroe St.,

“Violet” Performances at Croswell Opera House

In this musical with folk, bluegrass, and gospel melodies, the titular character has a disfigurement that she will do anything to have healed— even if it means putting her faith in the hands of a remote televangelist. Violet is hoping for miraculous healing. The musical is based on Doris Betts’ short story, “The Ugliest Pilgrim.”