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On this week’s episode, 13abc’s James Starks and Toledo historian Tedd Long go to a historic Rossford eatery with a special connection to another iconic Toledo restaurant.

Dr. Erol Ozan, an information technology professor and author, understood how life’s journey is often richer through the unscripted and unplanned moments and destinations that seem like lost moments when he was quoted saying, “Some beautiful paths can’t be discovered

Great things happen on planes, a time and space where people can either sleep, talk or read. Thankfully for wrestling fanatics, Jewish St. Louisan Sam Muchnick used a plane trip in 1958 very wisely. Thanks to Ed Wheatley’s book, Wrestling

Hancock and Kelley fill in for the DGS today! The guys speak with author Ed Wheatley on his book Wrestling at the Chase.

St. Louis boasts a wealth of local authors. Discovering their works, especially in December, can be a fun way to keep your holiday gift shopping local and personal. From St. Louis history to sports to life lessons to science fiction

Hundreds of thousands of books are published in the U.S. annually — and millions globally, according to UNESCO.

Whether you're craving chocolate chip, alfajores, pignoli or something else, these Philly bakeries have cookies for every taste and tradition.

One of the best parts about living in Connecticut and writing about food is simple: Mike Urban. Over the years, Mike has written about New England clam, lobster, and seafood shacks and his favorite diners. A few months ago I

Looking for a new book? The Times has you covered! Check out these recent releases by local authors.