Whitney Houston sang “ I believe the children are our future…” and Waite High School Senior, Jordan Carter is certainly “leading the way” as the young woman, already her own boss, manages her growing modeling portfolio.
What do you get when you mix prints, lace, denim, bold jewelry, and a free day? A carefree spirit who sees life through a Saturday lens, a “free” day where you can sleep in and wear mismatched clothes. Later, people go out dressed to the nines, with hair and makeup on fleek. Transitions of a
Toledo is forming a strong, artistic sense of self with the help of all of its unique residents. We went to the annual Toledo Museum of Art Block Party on July 8 to see how people of all different backgrounds showed off one of the most personal forms of art: style. Name: Jamie Curls Where
When we think of retirement, we often think of people relaxing, sleeping in, and buying a condo in Florida where it’s always sunny, and the golf course is the desired playground. But for one local retired woman, Earlean “Queen Cookie” Belcher, life is just getting into full swing, with no Alfred Dunner trousers or St.
Name: Condessa Croninger Age: 48 Occupation: Art Director, 20 North Gallery You’re so elegant— have you always been this way? Since childhood, I have been fascinated with the possibilities inherent in defining identity through clothing. I loved playing “dress up,” and I have always loved clothes. I am fortunate to come from a family of
Moses Cooper, Jr. Age: 86 Retired TARTA bus driver Moses Cooper, Jr. has been dressing his best for a half century. A Toledo resident since he got out of the Army (he saw this area during his military stint and fell in love with it), he drove a bus for TARTA for 39 years. Always