In Honor of Honor

Friday, 13 January 2017 by

For over a decade, on December 21st the first day of winter, the longest night of the year, we have been coordinating a memorial service to remember those who moved from the here to the hereafter while living on our streets and in our shelters. For more than half of those years beautiful music has


Saturday, 24 September 2016 by

If you haven’t heard, Ohio, and other states, did a “purge” of voters this past year. It would suck if you go to vote and they tell you that you are not registered. To find out if you are still registered anywhere in the country, this link takes you to the non-partisan musician supported group

How Has Compassion Become Illegal?

Tuesday, 21 July 2015 by

And Why Toledo is So Incredible! How the hell did we become a country that allows the criminalization of compassion? Seriously. People can now be thrown in jail for feeding the hungry. One man, a 90-year-old veteran in Fort Lauderdale, was arrested because he ran a picnic similar to our Saturday Morning Community Picnic. Let

Collins Cared

Saturday, 07 February 2015 by

Because he mattered to those who matter. I cried yesterday, just as many of you across the community cried because we lost a dear friend. Not a friend, but a dear friend. That’s Mike. He had the ability to makes us feel like dear friends, didn’t he? We just knew he cared. And he was

2015 Redefined

Friday, 09 January 2015 by