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Updated 6 hours ago
Charting his own course
BY KEITH C. BURRIS COLUMNIST FOR THE BLADE
Two nights before Toledo’s last mayoral election, former Mayor Mike Bell invited his small campaign staff to his home. He made them all spaghetti. They hung out and had a good time. They didn’t talk much politics or strategy. …

Updated 6 hours ago
Star chefs face immense pressure
BY MARY BILYEU BLADE FOOD EDITOR
On Jan. 31, 44 year old Swiss chef Benoît Violier was found dead in his home from a self-inflicted gun shot. …

Updated 10 hours ago
Local sailors to make historic race to Cuba
BY MATT MARKEY BLADE OUTDOORS EDITOR
Sometime Thursday afternoon, Steve Attard expects his sailboat Viva Las Vegas will enter the territorial waters of the Republic of Cuba, completing the inaugural Miami to Havana Race. …

Published 17 hours ago
It’s never super for Detroit or Cleveland
BY DAVE HACKENBERG BLADE SPORTS COLUMNIST
Super Bowl leftovers on simmer:

2/8/2016 12:00 AM
Candidates put focus on health care
BY MARLENE HARRIS-TAYLOR BLADE MEDICAL EDITOR
Health care, specifically the debate over whether the United States should have a universal health care system, is front and center in the presidential election. …

2/8/2016 12:00 AM
The art of household discovery
BY THOMAS WALTON BLADE COLUMNIST
My wife loses things. I find them. It’s a convenient arrangement, and it seems to work. …

2/7/2016 12:00 AM
In praise of German gray
BY KEITH C. BURRIS COLUMNIST FOR THE BLADE
I have been thinking about Germany.

2/7/2016 12:00 AM
The war on drugs has changed forever
BY JEFF GERRITT DEPUTY EDITORIAL PAGE EDITOR
One of the hazards of journalism is talking to important people, including members of Congress, mayors, corporate CEOs, presidential candidates, and even presidents. It’s usually a big disappointment. …

2/7/2016 12:00 AM
Strong military deterrence needed with Putin
BY MIKE SIGOV BLADE STAFF WRITER
Russian cowboys need to be less forceful and stay sober so they will be successful on the farm, their U.S. trainers told the New York Times in a story last month. …

2/7/2016 12:19 AM
Peyton, walk away while you still can
BY DAVE HACKENBERG BLADE SPORTS COLUMNIST
Now, it’s Joe Montana. His hands are so arthritic he sometimes wakes up in the middle of the night screaming. The former 49ers star has had roughly a half-dozen surgeries on a knee and can no longer straighten that leg. He has had three neck fusion surgeries. He is 59 years old and can no longer do many of …




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