SPECIAL EDITION: Freedom Under Attack
The cover for this special edition features Kyle Kromenacker, who was born on Sept. 11, 2001 (see page 10). With contributions by: Dustin Hostetler, D. Michael Collins, Don Burnard, Jeff Payden, Dean Harris, Brian Malkowski, Shannon Szyperski, Ben Treece, The Retirement Guys, Michael S. Miller, Thomas F. Pounds, Brandi Barhite, Don Lee and Sarah Ottney reporting from Ground Zero.
The cover for this edition features Andrew Z as he rebuilds with a new radio show; Keybank is hosting a free program at Owens Community College to help keep teen drivers safe; David Dock Treece asks “Were did all the inflation go?”; UT Rocket Football’s coach Tim Beckman keeps Rockets grounded; MIS is chosen for federal testing of safety technology and a film review of the last Harry Potter film.
The cover for this edition features Sarah Cohen, a Toledo native and original musician, who thinks the local music scene needs a break from the past. Our Stars of the Week are Times of Grace Adam Dutkiewicz and Jesse Leach. Toledo Museum of Art releases new book about artifacts. Bowling Green’s Video Spectrum to close. Swig Charcuterie and Suds for the Curious offers eclectic, exciting food and drink options. The issue also features Jeff McGinnis’ column on drummer Jon “Bermuda” Schwartz.
The cover for this edition features retiring fire chief Mike Wolever, who is passing the torch to successor Luis Santiago. Marina groundbreaking ceremony included Chinese tradition. Guest columnist Debra Roidl discusses the myths and realities of Medicaid planning. Local feminist bookstore seeks support. UT introduces female mascot. John Benson talks to Josh Groban. The issue also features Michael S. Miller’s column on the Fourth of July fireworks.
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The cover for this edition features Janiva Magness, who will headline the Blues & Jazz Festival on June 11. Our Stars of the Week are members of The Get Up Kids. Old West End Festival features tours, art and music. Murphy’s Place closed. “The … Building” offers space for musicians to jam out loud. The issue also features Jeff McGinnis’ column on comedian Carlos Mencia, performing at Connxtions on June 3 and 4.
The cover for this edition features a story about a father that was shot in the face while saving his daughter and the long road back to health. There is also a special section on Summer Events in our area. Editor in Chief Michael Miller shares his thoughts on a decision to cancel a performance of “To Kill a Mockingbird” because of one word in the production. The musical line up for the August 5 through 7 Smoke on the Water — Ribs for the Red Cross is also announced in this edition.
The cover for this edition features Kris Berger Long, who has been charged with turning around the Erie Street Market as Toledo’s new event consultant. The 10th Claire’s Day will be its biggest celebration. Medical Mutual employees receive incentive to volunteer. Columnist Kevin Cesarz asks “Why do I need a social media policy?”. GM invests $204 million in Toledo plant. Vicki L Kroll talks to Canadian legend Bruce Cockburn, who will play two sold-out shows in Ann Arbor on May 19 and May 20. The issue also features Michael S. Miller’s column, which looks at entertainment and reading for children.
The cover for this edition features artwork from Toledo’s OnceOver, which has been courting national attention with its latest CD. Our Star of the Week is Seth Fried, who answers 10 questions for us. DIY brewers at Great Black Swamp serve straight from the tap. Director/choreographer for “Legally Blonde” has a connection to Ohio. There is a special “Restaurant Patio Guide” section with the best spot to dine outside in Toledo as the weather warms. Country singer Dierks Bentley to play gigs in Akron, Detroit. Star columnist Martini talks to Chris Shutters, who makes his mark at the Juice contest, on tour and on CD. The issue also features Jeff McGinnis’ column on “Last Comic Standing” finalist Roy Wood Jr.
The cover for this edition features Phil Cox and Zak Ward of 3DTOAD, a website with 3-D, rotatable images. Red Cross to give away free detectors on April 18. There are special “Health Zone” and “Worship Guide” sections. Entrepreneurs share success stories at BGSU event. Kate McComb reports on the East Toledo Family Center’s 110th birthday. Vicki L. Kroll talks to James Blunt, who will play at the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor on April 27. The issue also features Michael S. Miller’s column on Crystal Dixon.
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