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 colleagues from across the country to receive the Ray Hanley Innovation Award,” said Folk.
Valentine’s Day gets an unfair rap. While many lament the consumerism associated with the “Hallmark Holiday’”— yet buy up discounted candy on February 15— we have a sweet spot for any day that inspires us to shower our loved ones with affection, chocolate and flowers. Fortunately, romance in Toledo doesn’t require a seasonal excuse, so to try out these date ideas, on Valentine’s Day, or any day.
Whether you are a caregiver or a person in need of extra help, finding the right residential community or recreational opportunity assures a safe, comfortable and healthy future.
When Lindsey Mahoney purchased her home, she knew she needed to make quite a few changes. Though she was charmed by its vintage motif, her goal was to create a space that reflected a modern family’s lifestyle, so she set to work gutting the kitchen, putting in new flooring and creating a sleek design that any homeowner would envy.