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It’s summer, finally!! The sun is shining, the pool’s open and there are more cookout invites than you can possibly attend. Along with all of this summertime activity, comes some common health risks/dangers you need to be mindful of.  

  As state ranked star athlete for Start High School, native Toledoan Roshawn Jones had his sights set on wrestling for Cleveland State. But, the senior tragically broke his neck, during a match, in 2007. After surgery to remove, and

Summer Reading

This sweet little book, first published in 1944 and re-copyrighted in 1972 is amazingly timely, dealing with exclusion and verbal bullying. THE HUNDRED DRESSES by Eleanor Estes Illustrated by Louis Slobodkin. Nobody has ever heard a name like Wanda or

Mama Meow’s Top Pick for June… June 18: Dragon Boat Summer Learning Festival @ International Park Dragon boat racing, fun family activities, entertainment and vendors. Free. The all day event begins at 7am. There are More Fun Family Events in

The days have been so glorious that between swimming, tennis, softball and a host of other summer activities, I can’t imagine any outdoor quiet activity better than reading. My husband just affixed a cool roof to my forward facing 4

Purr-son of the Month: Tana Johnoff I’ve been remiss in getting my featured artists posted here on Wheresthecat.com, but that doesn’t mean that I haven’t had my eye out for new artists to interview and write about in the meantime!