All posts by Jeff Klima

Q&A with Moses Cooper, Jr.

Moses, a retired TARTA bus driver of 32 years, now is a teacher of technology. The 86-year-old holds free classes at Senior Star, a senior living community, teaching his peers how to use digital devices to better communicate with their families and grandchildren.

BGSU’s senior learning program hosts hearing loss discussion

For those age 65 and older, hearing loss afflicts one in three people. If you or a loved one are effected, or you are interested in taking some preventive measures, ElderCollege, BGSU’s senior learning program, is hosting a discussion, Do You Hear That? Hearing Loss and Your Health. Discover coping methods as well as what

NW Ohio’s New One-Stop Shop for Kidney Health

An invaluable service for patients dealing with kidney issues recently opened in NW Ohio. The Toledo Vascular Access Center is an all-inclusive medical facility for patients needing dialysis treatments and nephrology care in the area. “We’re trying to make a one-stop shop for our dialysis patients. They need an access— that means a place where

QQ Kitchen, a hidden Chinese culinary gem

In a city known for its food and diverse culture of flavors, more commonly accepted genres and tastes tend to fall by the wayside. While the Toledo area has Japanese, Russian, Hungarian, Irish and more, we sometimes take the more common Italian, Mexican, Chinese and American cuisine options for granted. With QQ Kitchen, open for

Q&A WITH David Tobian of Household Centralized Service

David Tobian has run Household Centralized Service (2052 W. Sylvania Ave.) since 1978. Started by his grandfather, Elmer Tobian, in 1936, HCS claims to be the oldest appliance and electronics repair business in the U.S., making the company a true Toledo legend. Well-respected in the area for fair pricing, David is a whiz in the