The medical marijuana control act was signed into law by then-Governor John Kasich in 2016, but the first Ohio dispensary didn’t open until March of this year. Fortunately, the public has been patient with the program’s delayed rollout because, as marijuana enthusiasts know, a slow burn leads to a longer-lasting and overall better experience. It’s
The event was a LAN, or local area network party for StarCraft, a strategy based science fiction game now considered one of the greatest video games of all time.
A major renovation is underway at Fort Industry Square, which means the collection of buildings filled with Toledo’s history dating back to the early 19th century may soon have a new modern, lifeless and less historically significant aesthetic that might only make a shallow nod to the past. The rehabilitation efforts are, in part, thanks
Dr. Coleman brings inspiration through Flight School When I first met with Dr. Victor Coleman Jr. outside of the Mott Branch Library, he insisted that I call him “Victor” rather than “Dr. Coleman.” The owner of the VJ Coleman Flight School doesn’t want his title to become a barrier for making connections, though he is