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Toledo According To Dani Fuller

Years in Toledo: I grew up here, moved to Chicago for college and then lived there for about 12 years. I moved back about 5 years ago. Occupation: Artist and owner of Fuller Art House— a gallery and design studio in downtown Sylvania. My story, in one sentence: Artist and storyteller— just trying a little

City Sips: Cheers to History

Special Advertising Section 100 years ago, the (thankfully, short) Prohibition era began. Today, we’re raising a glass to this dry moment in American history with delicious botanical cocktails and speakeasy favorites. From mint to sage to chive flower, basil, celery, elderflower, and more, local bartenders are here to transport you to an herbal-influenced secret garden

Memorial Day Sales To Take Advantage Of

Courtesy of the sales experts at Mattresses Historically, Memorial Day weekend has been one of the best weekends to buy mattresses. Companies start slashing prices up to 60%, offering free home delivery and bundle deals. This year with the bed-in-a-box craze still going, be prepared to see large discounts from these retailers. Nectar –

Ode to the ZipCode 2019 Submissions

Toledo City Paper joined The Fair Housing Center, the Arts Commission and the Toledo Lucas County Public Library in asking Toledoans to submit short poems inspired by their ZIP code — with the number of words in each line of the poem determined by the corresponding digit in their zip code. The contest, which began

National Holiday Budget Statistics—Toledo, We’re #488—and 16 (Nearly) Free Gift Ideas!

The holiday season has become a commercial bonanza in which billions of dollars are spent on gifts and billions are added to our credit card debt tab. But that’s not what it’s really all about, and there’s no reason to feel pressured into spending more than you can afford. Because if your holiday budget isn’t as big as you’d like, there are plenty of presents you can give that cost absolutely nothing or close to it.