Located at the “intersection” of Toledo’s busy shipping channel, near the confluence of Maumee Bay and Lake Erie, sits a curious historical building— the Toledo Harbor Lighthouse. Dedicated in 1904, the rather non-traditional lighthouse is built on a stone crib, complete with a cellar and multiple bedrooms. After years of planning and fundraising, the Lighthouse
In observance of the 4th of July, we marvel at the durability and forethought in application of the documents which were created to guide our government in applying the principles of democracy to the operation of our great republic. Adams St Publishing Co invites you to join us in reading these time honored documents and
Get to know the Toledo City Paper staff with (let’s be honest) pretty great icebreakers—it’s the question at hand…breaking news #inthe419! It’s what we all REALLY want to know. Volume 21 | Issue 10
The organization KeySpeaks, focused on empowerment for the true nature of woman, held a photoshoot Saturday at the TMA. Although not grand in number, there couldn’t have been more smiles and laughter if the attendance count had been twice what it was.
The Old West End Festival 2014 was a huge success, bringing Toledoans together from Friday, June 6 to Sunday, June 8 to celebrate their town and one of its most historic neighborhoods.