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Raising Arizona (1987)

“My name is H.I. McDunnough. Call me ‘Hi.’” The Coen Brothers remain two of the most enigmatic and unpredictable filmmakers even now, nearly four...

Grizzly Man (2005)

We never hear the audio. When documentarian and nature enthusiast Timothy Treadwell and his girlfriend Amie Huguenard were killed by a bear attack on...

Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress (1944)

This stirring documentary tells the story of the “final mission” of the crew of the Memphis Belle, a U.S. Army bomber which completed 25...

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MHealth

Understanding your doctor = better communication

Effective communication with your health care providers is important to understand your diagnosis, treatment plan, and financial obligations. While most of us did not go to medical school, and should not be expected...

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...

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Earth, Wind & Fire

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...

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‘Cuchi-cuchi’ still Charo’s trademark

By Marshall Jay Kaplan The flamboyant entertainer and talented flamenco guitarist is still flamboyant and still talented and still makes television and stage appearances. “Cuchi-cuchi!” Maria del Rosario Mercedes Pilar Martinez Molina...

Home Movie Video Review: Boredom

What is boredom and where does it come from? Can one really be "bored to death'? And how can you fight it? Director Albert Nerenberg (Laughology, Stupidity) continues investigating personality characteristics that...

Storytelling, special effects lift ‘Apes’ Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

By Michael Siebenaler This high-quality film continues the saga of genetically evolved apes led by Caesar (extremely well played by Andy Serkis—Gollum in the Lord of the Rings movies). His presence seeps...

Hiking, cruising in Europe

Retired teacher finds her travel groove on trip with teens

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...

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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...

Village Salad

For nearly forty years, I have been eating Village Salads.  They came with my marriage to a Greek man.  The photo says it all...

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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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