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New historical marker to honor Negro League

A new historical marker in Toledo will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the launch of the Negro National League.

AAARoundTown – Free transportation for seniors

A new pilot program, benefiting those aged 65 and over, begins in Toledo on June 14.  This program offers seniors free transportation to hundreds of locations for the first 90 days. The...

The Ultimate Field Guide Of Toledo’s Public Art

Are you looking to capture a photo in front of an awesome mural? You’re in luck, Toledo has plenty— and that’s not all. You can find tons of sculptures and statues. We...

Senior and Birthday Discounts

No matter your age, we can all agree on one universal truth: Food always tastes better when it’s free or discounted. So if it’s your birthday or if you’re a senior diner,...

The Toledo History Museum Hosts a Calvary Cemetery Walking Tour

The Toledo History Museum is a non-profit organization devoted to providing educational enrichment to people in the Toledo area. Some of their goals are to assemble historically accurate exhibits for the community...

Off Broadway Dance Company

The lights in the theater slowly fade while the audience hushes in anticipation. They can hear the gentle clacks of tap shoes filling the stage. Up go the lights. But this stage...

MLiving ASKS

What was the best advice you received from one or both of your parents? Chiquita Bennett That's an easy answer, both my parents  taught me to always do the right thing, challenge myself always,...

Toledo’s “Forgotten Visitors”: Local author looks at Glass City past

History is constantly evolving and being created day by day— both nationwide and on a local level. Toledo, in particular, is a diverse place full of historic moments for those interested in...

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Where Does the Money Go? How We Save, Where We Spend

As much as we hate to admit it, money is one of the driving forces in our lives. We spend a lot of time...

Glenlore Trails Returns with The Haunted Forest

By Katie Friedman The veil between worlds has lifted, the ghosts and ghouls have come out to play, and a thrilling journey is in store...

Great Lakes Museum presents exhibit on pre-Revolutionary disaster

On October 18, 1764, a British colonel named John Bradstreet was sailing Lake Erie with 60 boats and 9 canoes, returning from an effort...