All posts by Christina Cordova

Saving the Earth One Animal at a Time

What better way to mold the minds of future generations than to lead by example? Why, through animals, nature and games of course! Come out to Toledo’s Humane Society for the ultimate lesson in recycling, taught by the dynamic staff at TAHS. This team of caring individuals is setting aside Earth Day to show children

Oh, the Places You’ll Go…

In a day and age when libraries are fading and bookstores are becoming a thing of the past, Grand Rapids residents couldn’t have been more thrilled when entrepreneur, Dorinda Shelley, turned three of the six abandoned buildings she bought or rented into bookstores: The Happy Historian, Library House Books and Art and Library House Children’s

Art for One, Art for All

For the past two years, the Sylvania Community Arts Commission has chosen a business or organization to contribute to the city’s efforts to make Sylvania a more beautiful place to live. They do so by having them create three banners that will don the city’s walls for four months. This year, the commission teamed up

March of Dimes March for Babies

With a goal of one day seeing all babies born healthy, The March of Dimes is getting ready to March for Babies! Anyone with a passion for improving the health of newborns can expect a fun-filled day with other people who are there to do the same. There will be teams made up of families,

“Yoga Badoga Therapy”

Former therapist and school counselor, Jennifer Dubow, has been boasting about the merits of yoga for years, claiming that it has the power to reduce anxiety, manage stress and even help control mental health issues. But after attending Kripalu Yoga Center in Lennox, Massachusetts last July, Dubow decided to show people the benefits, by opening