Ruth and Augustus Goetz’ 1850s drama about a tumultuous father-daughter relationship is based on the Henry James novel, Washington Square. Conflicts over money, family and love abound in this timeless tale of a young woman’s search for happiness amidst difficult trials. Set in the 19th century, the story is still relevant today. The play runs
The mighty elements take over the Toledo Zoo Amphitheater to put on an energetic show that will have you grooving the night away. Wednesday, 7.17 | 7:30pm 2700 Broadway St. 419-385-5721, Ext. 6001 | ticketmaster.com $60-$480
Golden City, A Point Place treasure, in operation since 1965, has been owned by four generations of the Wong family. Jimmy Wong took over operations four years ago after his aunt’s retirement, and he has 30 years of memories from working in the restaurant. Wong proudly showed us the original menu — early patrons might
Barbara Herman has 34 years of experience working as a truck driver. Now, with five years left until her retirement, she has been honored with a National Tank Truck award as driver of the year.