Tag Archives: Locals

TOLEDO ACCORDING TO… Girl in the Glass City

Christine Senack Girl in the Glass City Years lived in Toledo: 29 Occupation: Social media guru, electric vehicle (EV) ambassador, yoga teacher My story, in one sentence: Being single and without kids, I’m free to do whatever I please, and I love it! The Valentine Theatre is the place in Toledo I’m most proud of.

TOLEDO ACCORDING TO… Gini Behrendt

Years lived in Toledo: 19 Occupation: Owner of Flying Rhino Coffee (& sometimes Chocolate) My story, in one sentence: Love brought me to Toledo where I have had opportunities to work and play resulting in the growth of good friends, wisdom and a deep spiritual connection. The best meal I had in Toledo was the

Toledo According To… Jessica Crossfield aka Betty Floored

Years lived in Toledo: 1986-1991 & 2004-present Occupation: owner/founder of Handmade Toledo & maker/creator of Oh Sew Betty! My story, in one sentence: DIY as F*ck Uptown/ Downtown is the place in Toledo I’m most proud of. The revival blows my mind on a daily basis. Buildings are being activated again. People are moving back.

TOLEDO ACCORDING TO… Pam Weirauch (Why Rock)

Name: Pam Weirauch Years lived in Toledo: 40 Occupation: Owner of Pam’s Corner, Ltd. for 15 years My story, in (about) one sentence: I keeps things simple, I say what I mean, I give with a joyful heart. Integrity and compassion mean a lot to me. The best meal I had in Toledo was the

Toledo According To… Jessica Kakstis

Years lived in Toledo: Six years Occupation: Artist and Owner of online jewelry/clothier Spooky’s Geek Boutique (spookysgeekboutique.com) My story, in one sentence: I’m a Detroit native transplanted to Toledo and I love it! The growth of our community and the downtown area is the part of Toledo I’m most proud of. The best meal I

TOLEDO ACCORDING TO… Opal Covey

Occupation: Minister/prophetess Mayoral Candidate (R) Years lived in Toledo: Since 1977 The best meal I had in Toledo was at Tony Packo’s. The Labor Day Parade is my favorite annual event. A business Toledo needs (but doesn’t have) is my business (Opal’s Country Store and Thrift Shop) that they (the government of the City of