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The Lighthouse (2019)

Do not go into “The Lighthouse” expecting a “normal movie,” whatever that means. This is a film designed and executed to be unsettling, even...

Classic Movie Review: Die Hard (1988)

Is “Die Hard” a Christmas movie? The debate has raged for far too long, and sorry, but it will not be settled in this...

Holiday Movies on Disney Plus

As the holiday season rolls on, it’s a cinch you’ll want to rediscover some old favorite movies, or discover new favorites you’ve never seen...

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HEALTH NOTES – January 2022

Virtual Caregivers Coffee MemoryLane Care offers free weekly meetings for caregivers providing advice and support regarding a myriad of topics (aging issues, memory loss, dementia, etc.).  Facilitated by Cheryl Conley, a licensed social...

Alzheimer’s in the Winter

By Taylor Viers  Wandering behavior in individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease is fairly common. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 6 in 10 individuals with the disease wander at least once and many do...

Past Articles

Glendale Garden Cafe Prepares For Move

Perhaps the oldest of all restaurant mantras is to treat your customers as if they were family. But for Candice and Mustafa Ilgin, spouses and owners of Toledo’s Glendale Garden Cafe, that philosophy extends beyond rhetoric and into action. For over two decades, they have hosted their customers like family— and, they explain, their clientele has reciprocated.

The Books That Changed My Life

By Amy Laundrie “Hurry up, Slowpoke” was one of the first books I was able to read myself. Simon Mouse is a slowpoke who lags behind his mother and sister and winds up...

Latest Stories

What To Do If A Holiday Visit With An Aging Parent Sparked Concerns

By: Chris Orestis CSA, president of Retirement Genius www.retirementgenius.com Adult children who spent time over the holidays with their aging parents may in some cases have returned home haunted by agonizing questions. Are their parents experiencing...

Defending Your Life (1991)

Most depictions of the idea of an “afterlife” are full of fluffy white clouds and angels and harp music. Albert Brooks’ “Defending Your Life” has a different take— what if when you...

Black History Month

Black History Month-- both locally in the Toledo area and throughout the nation-- is a chance to not only look at our past but to learn more about the contributions of Black...

Titanic (1997) 

Few have made more money on projects that people thought were doomed than James Cameron has. When “Avatar” was released in 2009, coming in tens of millions of dollars over budget, critical...

Celebrating Betty White

A one-day film event in honor of Betty White A special film event honoring Betty White and her career is occurring in select theatres on January 17th.  Filmmakers Steve Boettcher and Mike Trinklein offer...

Celebrating Martin Luther King

By Liz Inman   Martin Luther King Day is January 17, 2022 and the Toledo area remembers and celebrates this great man with a number of in-person and virtual events.    In-person events     “Schools off, Parks on!”...

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Celebrating Martin Luther King

By Liz Inman   Martin Luther King Day is January 17, 2022 and the Toledo area remembers and celebrates this great man with a number of...

Fast, Easy, Rustic Bread

Just about everyone loves homemade bread.  It can be very easy to make.  This is one of those easy recipes which could be your...

Lecture Series at Lourdes

Lectures at Lourdes University monthly and Hot Topics series begin January 21.  The lecture series is educational and always well-done.  Hot Topics include lunch...

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From the family farm to community advocacy

The Toledo GROWs is an organization which facilitates the operation of 125 community gardens throughout the city.

Saba’s Dockside Bistro: Dining for landlubbers

by Jeff Glick The Toledo Yacht Club on Summit Street in North Toledo is closer than it may seem. Our dinner group was concerned that...

Looking back with Broadcaster Gordon Ward

For over six decades, Toledo audiences have known the name and the voice of Gordon Ward.

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