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We assembled Issue #71 nervously. There was a very real chance that the paper would close at the first of the year. However, heroes from the community rose up to find ways to lift and sustain us. The Streets Believers showed their true colors.
This issue has some interesting pieces that are well worth the read. Pick up a copy (or three) from the next Vendor you see. See you next month. Same time…same channel.

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BAM! Issue 69 hits the streets today. You know you want to get one. We know you want to get one. Pick one up from a badged Vendor. It’s chock full of thought provoking articles.

Don’t forget to purchase your tickets to the Art Exposition and Fundraiser.

We Show You some love


Toledo Streets Newspaper’s 68th issue: Desperately Searching for Our Summer of Love. In it we explore pain, anger, fear, and thoughtful ways to confront racism. Find a badged Vendor and buy a few copies. The articles and topics are well worth the read.

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Toledo Streets on the Street


Issue #66 War of the Words…


Tomorrow #66 hits the streets and Toledo Streets with the War of Words, How Toledo Streets Got Entangled with Spaghetti Warehouse. It’s a story that could have gone away with an apology from the offending manager and a mea culpa. That did not happen. It took the president of the company to stand in and begin the process of making it right. Communication is a good thing, and this is an opportunity for us to all be on the same page. What occurred on the public sidewalk in front of the restaurant should not happen to anyone, and we were not going to fold up our tent and slink away. We continue the conversation where the news cycle ends. Inside this issue you’ll find articles across a delightfully broad range of topics. Many of them will encourage you to stand up and fight for action – to join the conversation. Fight on, Toledo. There is no such thing as small change.

Issue #65 – a Celebration of Fathers


Issue #65 is off to the printer and should be hitting the streets tomorrow ( 05.01.2017 ). Thank you to all who brought this issue to life: staff, vendors, contributors, advertisers, and those of you who support us by purchasing a copy or two on the Streets of Toledo and beyond.

Thank You – to all who came and had a conversation with us.


A big thank you. To all those who didn't have a ticket to the "Buffalo Wild Wings Eat With The Streets!" event, and Just showed the above image on their phone. Or who had it visible from a visit to our FaceBook page. To those who followed the link bellow and got three tickets to give to friends or family. Thank you!

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Thanks also, to those who weren't able to make it, yet still donated by clicking the yellow "Donate" button located at the top right.To all of those who support and supported us: Thanks again!

"There's no such thing as small change!"

Give a Job! Work is Our Mission.


Issue 64 is put to bed and off to the printer. Our first 20 page issue thanks to great sponsorship support from NHA and all of our new advertisers. We welcome the warmth of May in this issue. We continue the hard conversations needed when the news cycle ends. We celebrate art and its role on making our streets a more livable enjoyable place. The staff, board, and vendors wish you all a Happy Mother's Day and a safe Memorial Weekend.

There's nothing more effective for life change than meeting goals through hard work. We help people who are homeless or in other poverty situations get to work on taking steps toward financial confidence and independence.

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Here’s what Toledo has to say about us

Thanks Amy Warnimont for bringing your 7th grade class down to our offices to learn about why we do what we do. What a compassionate group of young people!

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