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
Good people on either side of the political spectrum can justly be dismayed at our choice this year in the presidential election. In the land of the brave and the free would it be too quaint to bottom line the decision? Which candidate would be
The Blade’s Pages of Opinion is often read by me but not always agreed with. But, the May 21 editorial titled “Why America fails in the Middle East” hit the center of the bull’s-eye for me. I have often thought we Americans
Pillars, fillers and spillers can be solid building blocks.
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
In the “Lasting effects of fetal alcohol exposure” article (May 9), Rose Russell made a complicated and controversial health topic more understandable. Double ARC commends The Blade for its fact-filled article about the dangers
Just weeks after Dana announced a plan that will add jobs to the city, the man behind the deal is fired.
'Chef’s Table' on Netflix is fascinating.