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Eating Local: A Digital Sampler

If you’ve grown up here, you’ve probably heard at some point that Toledo has the most restaurants per capita. While that’s not exactly true,...

Flavors of Home: The Recipe Behind Cocina de Carlos

Each customer at Perrysburg’s Cocina de Carlos is ushered in by the clang of dishes in the kitchen, the hum of customers over their hot plates of fresh tacos and a warm welcome from those who work at this Mexican restaurant...

A Conversation on the Warehouse District – Nexspanse

When we first arrived in Toledo we were amazed by the extreme weather difference; flying from sunny Miami into the Polar Vortex is about...

A Conversation on the Warehouse District – Agripolis

Upon arriving in Toledo, Ohio, the most prevalent thing was snow. Our class arrived during a polar vortex which provided the opportunity to learn...

A Conversation on the Warehouse District – Loops

In early February our team visited Toledo and walked around The Warehouse District.  We immediately fell in love with the character and the richness of...

Toledo Drive By: I-475

Rosa Parks laid the first few bricks in the Civil Rights Movement by standing up to inequality and remaining in her seat. Threatened and manhandled, she was...
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The Reopening of a Library (and a Legacy): Anna C. Mott and the Future of Libraries

Today, libraries are about more than just reading and studying. With the new Mott Library location, the changing space of the library is given the name...

Winding Path to Toledo

Victor is a Toledoan who works as a data scientist at the University of Michigan. He is also a human and an American. He enjoys life and lives in South Toledo with his wife and daughter.

The Cannaley Treehouse Project: A Space of Intersection

The “midstory” is the middle tier in a canopy of trees—a balancing force that provides coverage to the lower story and support for the...

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