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Sparkt Bridges: Pittsburgh Woman Removing Scars of the Past

Sarah Arbogast, Sparkt, October 14, 2019

Woman volunteers her skills to erase reminders of traumatic pasts that are on display every time her clients look in the mirror... Read more

She Restores Dignity One Tattoo Removal at a Time

Sarah Shearer, Pittsburgh Magazine, November 20, 2018

Bridget Miller performs free tattoo removal for former gang members and prison inmates... Read more

Women supporting women: The Hollander Project is now open in Braddock

Stephanie Hacke, Next Pittsburgh, July 23, 2018

In each room of Braddock's new incubator, you'll find another woman-powered business ready to thrive... Read more

Tattoo and stigma removal specialty of Braddock businesswoman

Megan Guza, Trib Live, September 14, 2018

It started with “EVIL.”

Those letters were permanently etched across the knuckles of a teen named Diamond, a resident of Mid-Atlantic Youth Services in Clarion County in 2008. At least she thought they were permanent.... Read More

Ill-conceived or boring tattoos are painful to remove

Peter Sullivan, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 21, 2012 

Tattoos can be treasured marks of love, eye-catching designs or meaningful artistic expressions. But when a job interview comes around, a couple breaks up or another year passes, they can become permanent and regrettable stains in the skin... Read More

Laser Center owner helps troubled youths amend their lives by removing gang-related tattoos

Marylynn Uricchio, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, January 26, 2010

The Illustrated Man has nothing on Stephon, an 18-year-old from Philadelphia whose arms and torso are covered with 32 tattoos. Many of them are gang-related, including the nine skulls that represent friends who have been killed in "shoot-outs" or died from drug overdoses.... Read More