Toledo Tomorrow, a vision of a future Toledo, came at a time the city was straining under the weight of many problems.
I started writing about the Lorraine Motor Hotel but somehow ended up at the Jefferson Avenue Circus.
With very little fanfare save a front-page announcement, a thin fourteen-page edition marked the end of the The Toledo News-Bee on August 2, 1938.
It was really great to see Seymour Rothman, who spent 53 years at the Blade and died in June, 2013, pop up in the paper in 2011 and 2012.
I’ve mentioned Mitch Woodbury more than once here without going into great detail about who he was, or what he did. So here goes.
At age 7, I wanted to know why Old Orchard was named Old Orchard. So I asked The Blade.
Obviously a diet of fires, disasters and big events gets tiresome, so on any typical day can something be found to talk about or to jog the memory? Yes.