The discovery of glass as a serious artistic medium in the 1960s— dubbed the Studio Glass Movement, which originated at the Toledo Museum of Art— was monumental. Yet in its earliest decades, women faced an uphill battle in their demand for fair recognition of their contributions and work. In Fired Up: Contemporary Glass by Women
Sauder Village begins a new chapter in its history— breaking ground on the 1920s Main Street Project— the next phase of the Walk Through Time Experience. This new project will replicate a portion of a 1920s Main Street typical to Northwest Ohio, incorporating structures already located at Sauder Village and constructing key buildings to house
The Ability Center’s Equipment Loan Program is seeking donations of durable medical equipment to benefit individuals living with disabilities. If you have pieces of equipment that are no longer in use, please consider donating them to the Center, which provides equipment loaning services at no cost. Individuals may borrow equipment for up to 90 days.
Whether you are a caregiver or a person in need of extra help, finding the right residential community or recreational opportunity means securing a safe, comfortable and healthy future. Don’t be intimidated by the options— here are the Toledo area’s best communities to meet you, or your parent’s, unique needs. Genacross Lutheran Services (formerly Lutheran
Decorative umbrellas hang from the ceiling at Tandoor Cuisine of India, providing the small dining area with a splash of color. They have no special cultural significance — except, of course, to Tandoor’s customers. “We took the umbrellas off for, I think, two days. And customers said, ‘Gasp! What have you done with the umbrellas?’