In a world that is obsessed with GPA’s and touchdowns, it is hard for many students to find a creative outlet. For St. Francis de Sales High School, supporting the arts includes a focus on their spring musical productions. Setting the stage Recognized in the city for their large sets and even larger dance numbers,
Are you interested in sending your child to a private school but aren’t sure if you can afford the tuition? The Northwest Ohio Scholarship Fund (NOSF) might be able to help.
The success of musicals like La La Land and Hamilton has broken the barrier of a niche theater crowd, bringing the art of song and dance back to a mainstream audience. Toledo’s many community theater options and venues for traveling shows give locals a chance to fill their song and dance craving, but many forget
Ready, set, play! When the new season kicks off for the Toledo Mud Hens next month (opening day is Thursday, April 13), your kids will be able to enjoy renovated playground equipment at Muddy’s Marsh, thanks to the Kiwanis Club of Toledo. At a special ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, March 29, the Kiwanis Club
Most parents know that LOL means Laughing Out Loud. You may even know that 420 refers to marijuana. But you may not know that 53X means sex. That worries Brian Bason, CEO at Bark, a new monitoring app. Their website includes a list of popular texting slang terms. For $9.99 a month, they promise to
Calling all creative teens: If you’re looking for a life-changing summer job, The Arts Commission is accepting applications for its annual Young Artists At Work (YAAW) program until March 24. Every year since 1994, The Arts Commission hires at least 40 area teens for a paid apprenticeship program. Participants work with professional artists and collaborate