All posts by Erin Holden

T-Town Caddy Offers A Great Way to Get Around Town

For trips to and from the Old West End, Uptown, the Warehouse District and the Docks, T-Town Caddy’s “micro-transportation” golf carts are a great way to get around. Now, the company is offering accessible carts for all abilities. Amy Schroeder, T-Town Caddy owner, says, “It is important that all Toledoans have the fun experience of

A gala with Jennifer Rowley

The New York Times has described soprano Jennifer Rowley as “a singer of enormous gift and promise.” She brings that gift to Toledo’s Valentine Theatre for an unforgettable Opera Gala performance. Rowley has performed at the Metropolitan Opera, playing the roles of Tosca and Musetta in La Bohème. She has traveled to Prague, Australia, and

Historians Revisit Forest Cemetery

Two local historians/authors are showing their appreciation for one of the oldest cemeteries in Toledo with the newly released book, Toledo’s Forest Cemetery. The cemetery, founded in 1840, has some of Toledo’s most influential figures and founders buried within the grounds: Benjamin F. Stickney, ship captains, the first fire and police chiefs, and 16 mayors.

Fighting opioid addiction

In recognition of work preventing and addressing opioid addiction in seniors, the Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio (AOoA) received its 13th Innovations and Achievement Award. The AOoA has partnered with the Lucas County Sheriff, Bowling Green State University and the Wood County Committee on Aging to combat the disturbing frequency of opioid addiction

Wood County Humane Society Launches Doggy Day Out

The Wood County Humane Society launched an exciting new program, Doggy Day Out, a volunteer initiative that allows community members to walk shelter dogs to help with socialization, exercise and promotion of adoption. The program was made possible by a grant of $5,000 from Maddie’s Fund, named after a miniature schnauzer who gave her philanthropist

Macbeth and the Toledo Opera

Get into the spirit of Halloween with Macbeth and the Toledo Opera. Performed in Italian, with Mark Rucker and Othalie Graham as MacBeth and his lady, the gripping story has everything you need for a spooky night out— witches, manipulation and murder. $49-$100 | 7:30pm on Friday, October 4 2pm on Sunday, October 6 The