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10 Reasons Why Toledo Doesn’t S...

toledoatdusk #1. The bar scene in Toledo maybe isn’t NYC or LA but it is diverse. You can go from The Attic of Adams to the Bier Stube on Monroe. Each has their own flavor and atmosphere. #2. The Toledo Museum of Art is one of the finest in the nation. They bring in unique exhibits frequently, offer art classes, and have glass blowing demonstrations [...]

Zombie Crawl Toledo, Be There or Be E...

  As Halloween approaches the chance to see a vampire, a ghost, ¬†werewolf, and even zombies increase each and every moment. It’s a time for monsters, creatures, and spooks. In Toledo it is even time for spirits, no not ghosts again, the liquid spirits. Yes on Friday October 25th dress up as your favorite incarnation of a zombie an [...]

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Mo...

bcam October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. In northwest Ohio the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation leads the way. The Race for the cure brings thousands from not only the Toledo area but all of the state and country. As amazing as the Susan G. Komen foundation is there are many other foundations out there helping find a cure for breast ca [...]

10 Odd Facts About Toledo

toledoohio 1. Our beloved Toledo Mudhens started playing baseball in 1896, making them one of the oldest operating minor league baseball organizations in America. 2. The Toledo Zoo has been in operation since 1900. 3. Toledo was part of the underground railroad starting in 1850. 4. Throwing a snake at anyone is illegal. 5. Bessie, the Lake Erie monste [...]

MacQueen’s Ochard, a Fall Must ...

macqueens Fall is the season to visit not only pumpkin farms but also apple orchards. As far as apple orchards go MacQueen’s Orchard is in an elite class. Located at 7605 Garden Road (Gunn Road & Garden Road) Holland, Ohio 43528 they have one of the largest orchards around. Their market is expansive and well organized. You can find everything [...]

A Sushi Wonderland, Kyoto Ka Sushi Ba...

kyoto ka Where can you go and enjoy delicious treats like a Dragon Roll, Caterpillar Roll, Vegas Roll, or a Hot Lover? Kyoto Ka Sushi Bar and more of course. If you haven’t heard of or visited this gem we highly recommend it. When you first walk in the door you are greeted by a friendly hello by all the Chefs and service staff. You have the opti [...]

Quitting Smoking? Visit 21 Century Sm...

logo “As an advocate for a healthy America I am a firm believer in the electronic cigarette. I have come across many brands and company’s but by far the one I really like and would personally use is 21 Century Smoking”, these are the words of a patron we talked to. 21 Century Smoking is based out of Chicago but has a kiosk right [...]

Zombie Paintball

zombiepaintball Zombies, everyone loves them. They have love stories, horror stories, cell phone issues. They are the monsters that have taken the country by storm.This is how big zombies have gotten, the Canadian government had a zombie apocalypse preparedness day.To top it all off now they even have their own game, Zombie Paintball. The premise is pretty [...]

Toledo’s Wildwood Preserve in F...

Manor House The Toledo area is full of Metroparks, from Pearson, Side Cut, to Secor Park they all offer a unique experience. Yet one may stand above them all, Wildwood Preserve. At Wildwood you can walk the grounds of the Manor House, the old Stranahan home, enjoy miles of trails, and jump directly onto the University trail. One thing Wildwood lends itse [...]

Quote of the Day

Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future. John F. Kennedy

Odd Fact of the Day

Steve Jobs had a high school GPA of 2.65.