The cooler temperatures of fall are finally starting to filter in, and the Toledo GROWs urban farm near downtown Toledo has pumpkins popping up in plots off Oneida Street. Sister Rita Wienken is the urban gardener for this small vegetable farm, and
Opa! When this weekend’s Greek American Festival is over, it’s time for the members of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 740 N. Superior St., to turn their attention to teaching us all how to make some of our favorite authentic
Just as we will never forget where we were when we heard of the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, we will always remember the exact minute and our location the morning of 9/11. The American response to both alarming news reports was similar.
DEAR DAD, I’m always sad, and a little teary, this week of the year, remembering of course that we lost you a dozen Septembers ago. Sometimes it seems like yesterday, sometimes as if it were a world and a time apart. Everything seems so
When you look for the strengths in Trump, Clinton, you also find the inherent weaknesses.
We considered The Donald little more than an entertaining break in a sea of bland. Boy, were we wrong.
With the 15th anniversary of terrorists hijacking planes to crash them into the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington and another hijacked plane falling from the sky in Pennsylvania, I’ve been reflecting on how
Contrasts senator’s choice of American-made suits with other politicians. Read more at the Blade Slices blog.
Reports of illegal activity came during busy time of year.
BOWLING GREEN — Stanley Fisher died in World War II when his warship — providing backup off the coast of Okinawa for an under-siege American destroyer — was sunk in a kamikaze attack. William Wirick died in Vietnam when the former Bowsher football