Tag Archives: Locals

Toledo According to Nick Corbin

Years lived in Toledo: Approximately 28, I lived elsewhere for about five years. Occupation: Filmmaker and English instructor. My story, in one sentence: Bad kid became not so bad adult. One song lyric to describe my ideal self: “Why are you still trapped in mazes you designed?” VOLA – Inmazes. Most people know me for:

Gathered Glassblowing Studio

23 N. Huron St. | 419-262-5501 | Gatheredglass.com All photos are from Tom Brooks. The studio proudly produces all of their work in Toledo, where the American Studio Glass Movement began in 1962. Specializing in handmade functional objects for everyday pleasure, along with custom site-specific glass installations, Gathered’s skilled team of artists strive to let

Toledo According To The Midstory Team

Occupation: Midstory co-founders Our story, in one sentence: Leaving home, coming home, making home. Most people know us for: the stories we tell and the media we produce. We wish more people knew us for: our story and our mission—how personal our motivation is for doing what we are doing. Midstory was born out of

Creative Corner: Kirsten Koschnitzke, Snowfox Photography

Kirsten Koschnitzke started Snowfox Photography in 2015, although she has been taking photos since her dad let her use his digital camera when she was a little girl. Her main focus is capturing moments to preserve real memories. She uses a Canon EOS Rebel T3i, mainly with 85mm and 50mm lenses. Email: photos.by.snowfox@gmail.com Facebook.com/Snowfox.Photography/ Instagram

Toledo According To Chuck Madrigal and Finley Gleason

This year’s Old West End Festival was a celebration like no other with the first-ever honoring of a same-sex couple as King and King Wamba. Chuck Madrigal and Finley Gleason are fixtures in the OWE community, and it is only fitting that they should be deemed Kings in the most venerated parade position. All hail