Are you a single player? Looking to hit the clubs? We spoke to eight Toledo singles about linking up, hitting the greens and having great game. Before you meet them during our Single in the Glass City party, read on to see who’s an ace, who’s got the best shot, and what tees them off.
Photos by Kelli Miller Toledo has more than 30 tattoo shops in the metro area, so you’re sure to find a professional who can make your ink dreams a reality. Here, five artists explain their entry into the industry, give advice to tattoo newbies, and tell us why tattooing is their dream job. Infinite Art
Few recent pieces of Ohio legislation have caused as much outrage among animal rights activists as Senate Bill 331. Sponsored by Senator Bob Petersen (R., Sabina), SB 331 proposes regulations—arguably, deregulations—regarding the sale of dogs from breeders to pet stores. The bill, supported by Petland, an Ohio-based private corporation boycotted by activists for doing business
“It’s probably not the greatest health insurance,” says Pat a 64-year-old home health aide from West Toledo, “when I had my cataract surgery it paid most of it, but there’s still $400 left on the bill that I have to pay.” Pat purchased insurance through the Ambetter Buckeye Health plan, via Healthcare.gov, the Obamacare marketplace
Health care is one of those industries everybody eventually needs, but how do you choose who is right for you? Certainly, most of the health care professionals working in the Glass City are great, but if you need a recommend, here are our: Top Docs. Wade Banker, M.D. Luxe Laser Vein and Body Center 1500 Holland
Darlene*, a single Toledo mom of two children who used to work two jobs and now has a Master’s degree, should have been living the American Dream. Instead, she was weighed down by the negative impact of payday lending. Her story began with $500, the amount she initially borrowed to pay for necessities like repairing her