he Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) has pulled out all the stops with another fantastic exhibit—the rare opportunity to get a glimpse of life some 5,000-6,000 years ago in the time of ancient Egypt. For a limited time the mummies, obtained in 1905-1906 by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Drummond Libbey, are again on display at
The Bedford Child Development Center (BCDC) that once shared space with a local church in Lambertville has moved to a new location with plenty of space to sprawl. “We felt that we had a bigger need in the community,” said owner Cindy Maher, who had spent the last two years looking for a larger space.
Everyone has a stash of VHS or Beta family video cassettes, mini dv tapes, old photos, slides or even family films lurking in closets and drawers collecting dust. It would be a shame to lose that vast history and those heartwarming memories. Steve Eichenberg and Tom Stamos of Memory Transfers, a digital transfer service, realized