Ohio Youth of the Year The Boys & Girls Clubs of America named Toledo teen Keyaunte Jones the Ohio Youth of the Year. This honor is awarded to a young person in recognition of leadership, service, academic excellence and dedication to live a healthy lifestyle. Jones will serve as an ambassador for all teens in
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
Dave DeChristoper, teacher and speech coach at Notre Dame Academy and Creative Director at the Toledo Repertoire Theater, earned his first diamond from the National Speech and Debate Association this year. DeChristopher, excited as a theater, drama, and speech enthusiast since his high school years, is also very humbled. “As a speech coach, I get
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
Toledo Children’s Hospital found the coloring book to be a therapeutic benefit to the parents of children at the hospital, as well as their adolescent patients.