In celebration of its 118th year, the Toledo Museum of Art is working on an oral history initiative, asking for stories from the community about their TMA experiences. To share accounts of how you spent time in the Museum in years past, email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment to have your story recorded. The Museum’s archivist, Julie McMaster, says that “with your permission, we will transcribe and keep your stories— not just today, but for future generations to understand how important art and our Museum is to the community!”
New Year’s resolutions are for kids. At MLiving, we’re interested in a more mature tradition— kicking the decade off with a newfound sense of resolve. Whether you crave motivation or require encouragement, local specialists lend the best advice for a bolder, braver and healthier you in 2020.
2020 marks 100 years of service from The Ability Center of Greater Toledo (ACT), a nonprofit organization that has evolved to meet the needs of the community and to reflect the changing societal views of living with a disability.
Six weeks to modernize a dining room By Lindsey Mahoney Photos by Mary Wyar If you are like me, one of the best motivators to complete a project is a deadline. That’s why I decided to participate in this Better Homes & Gardens magazine’s One Room Challenge, where participants transform a room from start to