Scientists document the affects of algae blooms around the world in the film Toxic Puzzle, which will be screened at the Toledo Museum of Art.
Meet with Toledo Zoo horticulturists during their Garden Tour Series and learn growing tips, watering practices and other information for your home garden. The first tour of the month on Saturday, August 11 is “Best of Summer.” See annuals, perennials, trees and shrubs at their peak, and how they are cared for during this time
Announced in June, The Fair Housing Center and the Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority have teamed up to help those living with disabilities. The new collaboration sparks an easier way for residents who need special accommodations to make their requests known and to have them fulfilled efficiently. By law, those with requests who require any assistance
Toledo Walleye General Manager Neil Neukam was named co-recipient of the ECHL (formerly the East Coast Hockey League) Executive of the Year Award in June, an honor he shares with Jacksonville Icemen President Bob Ohrablo. In the two years that Neukam has been general manager and executive vice president, the Walleye have set records with
The Toledo Arts Commission Executive Director, Marc D. Folk recently received the Ray Hanley Innovation Award, given by the Americans for the Arts’ United States Urban Arts Federation (USUAF). The award recognizes individuals who advocate for urban arts issues and contribute innovations in the arts. “It is a profound honor to be selected by my
Visit the Monroe St. Neighborhood Center for senior exercise classes, every day of the week. From Zumba to cardio training and Tai Chi, there’s always something to help keep your mind and body active. Tuesday and Thursday classes are free to the public. The center asks for a small donation of $2 per class with