Got the ‘write’ stuff? We’re looking for the best poems and short stories about the 419 that the Glass City has to offer for our annual poetry and fiction contest. Entering is easy. Write an original piece of short fiction or poetry (your choice!) about Toledo and keep it 419 words or less. The deadline
Now’s your chance to say something about the 700 million gallons of effluent spoiling our Lake Okay, the reckoning for the beginning of saving Lake Erie is upon us. This has happened before. Remember the 1970s when the Cuyahoga River caught fire? It’s now time to address Lake Erie’s catastrophe with the same sense of
John Cusack is like Betty White— it’s simply impossible not to adore him. The erstwhile star of classic ’80s teen films like “Say Anything,” “Better Off Dead,” and “One Crazy Summer”, grew up to star in offbeat fare such as “High Fidelity,” “Being John Malkovich,” and “The Ice Harvest” is now on the road re-screening
Roses are red Love is a mess Tell us your story in 143 words or less From heartache to heartbreak, to finding your one true love, stories of romance seem to end one of two ways— “happily ever after…” or “f*ck that liar!!!” Think we’re wrong? Prove it by telling us your love story— whatever
Thursday, April 12 is the first home game of the Mud Hens 2018 season and it marks the first day downtown truly opens for the season. April will shower us with Toledo pride. Here’s how we’re celebrating the 419.
When should you send a press release? How long should it be? What should you include? Approaching the media can be difficult. Learn what it takes to get your story covered by the news during the Press Club of Toledo’s next Pressing Issues Discussion, “Approaching The Media Effectively: A Discussion for Nonprofits, Organizations, Artists, and Entrepreneurs.”