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Weekly Classic Movies

“Psycho” (1960)

  It's hard to overstate what an absolute shock to the system "Psycho" was to the thriller genre in 1960. Not just for its content...

“Rocky” (1976)

Rocky loses, but he wins. It's the most crucial part of the overall story of Rocky Balboa, and one that often gets overlooked. At...

“Top Secret” (1984)

"Top Secret" (1984) One of the big comedy revolutions of the 1980s was the rise of the Zucker-Abrahams-Zucker trio-- the ZAZ team, as they came...

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MHealth

Ways to Make your Hospital Stay Better

Vincent Matthews spends most of his day talking to elder patients spending time in the hospital. As the Older Adults coordinator at Mercy Health – St. Vincent Medical Center, he knows concerns...

How to Drink More Water and Avoid Adult Dehydration

We all know we are supposed to stay well-hydrated, but do we know why and how to maintain good hydration? Why is water good for you?  Being hydrated helps regulate temperature and digestion, keeps...

Past Articles

Sunshine Communities Therapeutic Pool Reopens to Public

A uniquely warm and handicap-accessible pool will reopen, offering recreation and exercise for adults with arthritis, swimming lessons for children and a place to play for any age. The pool, which is open...

Sunset Bistro serves the best of Bowling Green

How far will you travel for a great meal? On a weeknight, Bowling Green sounds just about right. Buried in a nondescript shopping center next to a notable bakery, Stimmel’s Market, Sunset...

Latest Stories

Gabe Kaplan went from ‘Kotter’ to poker stardom

Almost 40 years ago, Gabe Kaplan was known as Mr. Kotter, a sitcom teacher who was quick with a joke and bantered with his “Sweathog” students. These days, he is simply known as the guy who knows how to hold ‘em and when to fold ‘em.

Business is Booming: The Bad Boys of Boomertown

By Cynthia Poe The Baby Boom era brought many social changes, beginning when hospital maternity wards were swamped with young mothers. Expectant fathers were exiled to...

VW bus lovers flock to national convention in Michigan

by Jan Hoffbauer Rick Cramer, of Hudson, MI, wanted to invite his Volkswagen friends to his hometown. He did that by working with Tom Siligato, also from Michigan, to bring the National Volkswagen...

Witness to History: D-Day’s 70th Anniversary Memories

Frank Kocinski has had five hip replacements and hopes to have both knees replaced, but his aching joints haven’t slowed him down much. The 91-year-old retired millwright and World War II hero,...

All ages can enjoy ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2’

This impressive animated action film features several returning characters plus several key additions. Young Viking Hiccup, voiced by Jay Baruchel, and his dragon friend Toothless lead the good fight against a new...

Learning Opportunities While On Vacation

Travelers can experience amazing learning opportunities on vacation, especially when they take time to prepare and are willing to expand their original plans. Web searches can be very helpful in researching the...

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French Potato Salad

Recently, I invited friends for a French picnic themed dinner.  We drank French 76’s (made with vodka and champagne), munched on almonds and Brie...

Capturing Family Food Memories

  Oh how I wish we had videotaped my husband’s grandmother in her kitchen preparing recipes from the Old Country.  Those recipes were lost when...

Coronavirus Testing  and Antibody Testing Sites

NEW NEW NEW August 2021 “The Library has Grab & Go service for free at-home COVID test kits. Request by telephone at any location. The 15-minute...

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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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