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Past articles by Malena:

Here's your Go-to Guide to Fairs and Festivals in NW Ohio & SE Michigan

Check out the list of dates and times of many fairs and festivals in the Toledo area this summer. → Read More

Starting Thursday - Lunch at Levis has music, food trucks, games and more

The 16th annual Lunch at Levis returns to Levis Square Park. → Read More

More than 1,000 Ebola cases reported in world’s second-largest outbreak

The outbreak has killed at least 629 people, according to the World Health Organization. → Read More

Artist builds border wall out of cotija cheese

The quarter-mile long wall by Cosimo Cavallaro is called 'Make America Grate Again.' → Read More

Toledo Walleye make playoffs for 5th straight year

Get your playoff tickets now! → Read More

Olympic cyclist Kelly Catlin found dead in her home at age 23

She helped the U.S. women's pursuit team win a silver medal in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro. → Read More

‘The Shawshank Redemption’ cast members to reunite in Ohio

Some cast members of the "The Shawshank Redemption" are planning to reunite in Ohio for the film's 25th anniversary. → Read More

Americans will soon have to get a special authorization to visit Europe

U.S. citizens will no longer be able to travel to Europe without getting special authorization starting in 2021. → Read More

‘I’ve been assassinated.’ R. Kelly tearfully denies abuse in explosive interview

In a new explosive interview, R&B singer R. Kelly adamantly denied allegations that he sexually abused women and held others against their will. → Read More

Kylie Jenner is now the youngest self-made billionaire ever

At just 21 years old, Kylie Jenner has officially become the world's youngest self-made billionaire, according to Forbes. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg previously held the title, when he became a billionaire at 23 in 2008. → Read More

2019 Summer Concert Series lineup announced

Here’s something to burn away the winter chill: The Summer Concert Series lineup has been announced! → Read More

Brim House hosts ‘Dining For a Cause’ event in support of Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

This week, Brim House, the riverside restaurant within the Renaissance Toledo Downtown Hotel, will be offering two menus with proceeds supporting the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Northern Ohio chapter. → Read More

Toledo Symphony offers free tickets to Toledo voters

Free tickets may be redeemed in person at the Symphony box office with proof of voting, like showing your “I Voted” sticker. Only one ticket can be redeemed per person. → Read More

Your GO-TO GUIDE to the Fire + Ice Festival

Here’s everything you need to know for Fire + Ice Festival → Read More

Spring is around the corner, see what’s new at Carruth Studio

George Carruth’s stone plaques and garden sculptures are a great gift idea for any occasion. → Read More

It’s a Chillabration this weekend in Bowling Green!

The event will feature a Frozen Swamp Tent in downtown Bowling Green. The tent is surrounded by an ice garden with carving demos, a Winter Market, live entertainment, snacks, craft beer and wine, plus carriage rides. → Read More

It’s here ... National Pizza Day is SATURDAY

One local Toledo favorite is using Saturday as a day of awareness for the Lucas County Sheriff’s Office DART (Drug Abuse Response Team) Program. → Read More

Fiery crash in Florida kills 7, including 5 children heading to Disney World

Fire and rescue crews near there said some 50 gallons of diesel fuel spilled and caught fire. → Read More

Score some free coffee on National Coffee Day on Saturday

National Coffee Day is September 29, and the 419 is showing the drink some love. → Read More

Maumee Bay Brewing Co. a German tradition, Oktoberfest

The local brewery is celebrating the world’s largest Volksfest that is typically celebrated mid or late September to the first week in October. → Read More