The Midpoint is a platform for regional and national dialogues in health, policy, society, culture, the arts & more.
A film review series that examines how cinema expands our understanding of city identity and how reemerging cityscapes in the post-industrial age have influenced cinema.
Articles looking at the state of public health during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
A book review series that examines and expands our understanding of city identity and other themes in Midwestern literature.
An exploration of the cultural, historical, and innovative products of Toledo.
Toledo, the Great Black Swamp, and the region’s settlement history.
The recollections and reflections of Michael Murray, a Toledoan born and raised in the South Side in the 1950s.
The story of an individual experiencing Toledo through weekly journal entries, finding beauty in the ordinary, everyday things.
The Toledo legacies that shaped the past and continue to shape our present and future.
We compare and contrast Toledo with cities across the globe, focusing on crucial issues our city faces today.