It’s a new decade, so it’s time for an improved you. Whether you want to eat healthier, develop better habits, or improve your self-care routine, these local experts share their favorite ways to feel healthy.
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Photos by Swatch Studios Justin & Lucas Camuso-Stall How did you meet? We both attended BGSU, but we actually met on Twitter! Lucas created a Twitter account and after following a few people, I showed up on his “people you may know” list. He followed me and I messaged him. We agreed to meet for
While consumer society, bootlegging, jazz and flappers characterized the 1920s, we predict that community-driven social change spearheaded by passionate activists, advocates and influencers will define the 2020s. Welcome to the new roaring 20s, where dedicated dreamers, like these Toledoans, will direct our future. Alfonso Narvaez President of ONE Village Council By Jeff McGinnis / Photo
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Squinting back at 2019 Will 2020 bring us crystal clear vision? After squinting through 2019, we’re hoping so. This year brought us highs, lows, and plenty in-between. And, while it ain’t over yet (at press time, we still have a few days left in December), we’re recapping those impactful moments that defined Toledo. Taking a