In yet another sign that Toledo is on the upswing, the city hosted the inaugural Glass City Film Festival last week. It was a modest but quality affair, screening 30 independent feature, and short films. What’s important is not how many films
Morley Safer, one of the most important news correspondents in the history of television, died last week, only days after retiring. He was 84. Mr. Safer joined 60 Minutes in 1970. Before that, he was a war correspondent for CBS. His dispatches
Bob Moosbrugger has gained the reputation as a bit of a wunderkind when it comes to fund-raising. That’s great news, because he’s going to have to lean on that talent as the new athletic director at Bowling Green State University. It
Just weeks after Dana announced a plan that will add jobs to the city, the man behind the deal is fired.
The French are pushing ahead with yet another attempt to resolve the conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians — seeking a two-state resolution of the 68-year-old problem of the division of land between them. Unlike previous efforts, the
Corruption is inherent in humans and is exacerbated by free-flowing money.
The Andersons stores are central to Toledo’s identity. If there is a takeover, the stores would likely be the first casualty.
Greater Toledo is lucky to have the leaders it has in law enforcement. Three, in particular, are forward thinkers in many ways. Now they are embracing technology in a way that, in coming years, may challenge us, but will undoubtedly save lives.
Oh, to be Stephen Curry. There isn’t an NBA player alive who wouldn’t trade places with Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry. He led the league in scoring with an average of 30.1 points per game this season. He shoots an
The Arab world has never valued the freedom of thought and expression enjoyed by those in the West.