The production company that brought us the beloved reality shows Naked and Afraid, Bar Rescue, and others is now looking for Mexican restaurant proprietors for its newest venture. If your application is accepted and you are cast to be in the show, you and a partner will be flown out to Mexico City to learn
Toledo-area residents prepare to take a stand for environmental issues by participating in the #GlobalClimateStrike on Friday, September 20. Area events include “The Grownups Join the Youth,” as workers from around the city are encouraged to be #OutOfOffice and visit the fountain outside One Government Center, 640 Jackson St., from 11-2pm. Then, they can learn
Celebrate the diverse cultures that strengthen our community during National Welcoming Week, September 13-22. On Saturday, September 14 at 11am, US Together Toledo will host the Welcoming Toledo picnic, a community potluck, at the Sylvania YMCA and JCC (6465 Sylvania Ave.). On Tuesday, September 17 at 6pm, share stories about the people, places, ideas and
Now’s the time to vote in the Toledo City Council primary election, with early voting already in full swing for Districts 1 through 5, as several candidates try to get their names on the November ballot. Vote early through the end of August at the Early Vote Center (1301 Monroe St.) from 8am-5pm. Or vote
On July 30, Governor Mike DeWine signed Senate Bill 57 decriminalizing hemp, a move that opens up new possibilities for Ohio businesses selling the non-psychoactive cannabis product. The Ohio Department of Agriculture has created a hemp program allowing universities to grow crops for research and testing of CBD.
Ruth Leonard, director of Black Men: Unfiltered, has initiated a Kickstarter campaign to continue her four-part documentary series. In it, she interviews black men in Toledo from all walks of life, talking to them about their trauma, views on masculinity and other topics that promote the dialogue so necessary for healing. Learn more about the