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Toledo Jeep Fest 2018—The View from Above

This year's Jeep Fest, after a hiatus in 2017, returned in full swing to celebrate Toledo's crucial role in the history and present of...

Memoirs of a Toledo Childhood: Family Business

My dad played cards with a man by the name of Carlton Klein who owned the Perma Bench Company, an outdoor advertising bus bench...

Memoirs of a Toledo Childhood: The Art of Lettering

My first job as a sign painter was at Wally Sign Company when I was fifteen years old. I started out as the shop...

Toledo Soundscapes: “River by River”

    As we drive through Ohio, my son names rivers we must cross:  the St. Joseph, the Tiffin, the Bad. He seeks for blue lines that move without graph-paper regularity as they intersect the...

From Luxury Living to Beer Brewing: The Oliver House’s Adaptive Life Through the Centuries (Of Industries)

Toledo’s Alegae Bloom will return this year on August 2. No, not the one filled with toxic microcystins—although this one is just as vibrantly...

Memoirs of a Toledo Childhood: “Going rate”

When I earned a quarter, I rode my bike to the Acme drugstore at South and Spencer streets and bought a vanilla milkshake to...

Community by Rebecca Louise Law at the TMA: The Work of Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction

Between May 29 and June 12, community members came together for roughly 1,800 volunteer hours, stringing together 520,000 dried and fresh flowers, plants, and...

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