Local high school cross-country runner, Noor Abukaram, seeks religious freedom When 16-year-old cross country runner Noor Abukaram began her run in the Division 1 Northwest District race on October 19, her mind was clear— she was in the zone. Finishing with her fastest 5k of the season, Abukaram embraced her Sylvania Northview High School teammates,
Head out to Fifth Third Field for the long-awaited Mud Hens Opening Day! The season begins with the Mud Hens taking on Louisville, the beginning of a four-game series against them which will be followed by a three-game slate with Indianapolis. Enjoy the first game while wearing a Mud Hens scarf (included with ticket), then
We had the opportunity to go to a Meet-n-Greet with the Mud Hens last week, and although the hen house was full of cackling press, a few of the guys sat down to speak with us. Here’s the soup on some of our staff-picked questions.
Curling enthusiasts rejoice! On October 21, the Black Swamp Curling Center will hold its grand opening marking the 50th anniversary of the Bowling Green Curling Club. The celebration, open to the public with live music and refreshments, offers the chance to take part in the sport by throwing a ‘rock’ – the term for an
Remember the halcyon days of youth, where joy was taking aim on a bunch of fellow commandos and spraying them down with high velocity, gas-fed globs of paint? It made you feel like Rambo, but without the risk of actually dying. Most of us have had to move on to boring jobs, but Toledo’s Carl