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Say it with pepperoni!

by on 08/26/2014 - 10:42 am
Category: Food

By Mitch Allen
If a picture’s worth a thousand words, then getting your message across using a delicious, crispy pizza made from a 100-year-old family recipe has to be worth like, what, a million? 
When you deck out that bubbling, homemade pie with a special message spelled out in your favorite toppings, then you’ve really done it: You have officially won at communicating.
What, you didn’t know that speaking in pizza was even a thing?
It’s a thing. A few years back, Mr. G’s owner, Mark Giardina made the claim that all of his guests were invited to build the pizza entrée of their choice. 
“T ...

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What not to wear

by on 08/26/2014 - 11:10 am
Category: Smart Living

Why is Mimi standing in her closet every morning confused and befuddled about what to wear? It has occurred to her to seek out professional help, so she contacted personal shopper/wardrobe consultant Cyndi Milluzzi, who recently founded Dress Without Stress, a purely magical service that mixes closet organization with personal shopping.
Mimi: Are there wardrobe issues today that women just don’t get right?
Cyndi: I’d say proportion and color. Ladies sometimes get in a rut and keep buying colors that don’t complement them. And proportion and fit are keys to looking your best. Many of my clients have just lost or gained weight and want to buy new clothes that s ...

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Donut Land donuts

by on 08/25/2014 - 10:39 am
Category: Food

By Lauren Koketko, Contributing Writer
We all have a sweet tooth, and when your sweet tooth talks, it’s hard not to listen. In the moment that you’re craving something sweet and sugary, you want it to be nearby and delicious.
No matter what the time of day, Donut Land can cater to your sweet tooth.
With over 44 varieties of donuts, Donut Land can curb your early morning donut hankering. A family owned and operated business, only the finest and freshest ingredients make their way into Donut Land donuts. If donuts won’t satisfy your sweet tooth, Donut Land has other bakery items, such as bagels, cookies, tortes, breads, rolls, pastries, cakes, ...

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Frugal fixes: Level your concrete

by on 08/22/2014 - 11:42 am
Category: Home

By Lauren Koketko
It’s no secret that cracked and uneven cement can be a hazard, is an eye sore, and weakens the curb appeal of your home. Within the cracks and spaces between concrete slabs, you may notice tiny little weeds beginning to grow. These weeds are unsightly problems for the cement areas around your home. Weeds are most often found growing on driveways, sidewalks, and patios where concrete is no longer level. Weed killers and sprays are only a temporary fix for this pesky problem. 
If the concrete around your home or business needs some improvement, consider concrete leveling instead of concrete replacement. Full concrete replacement can be very c ...

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Save even more when buying tires from...

by on 08/19/2014 - 10:47 am
Category: Smart Living

By Lauren Koketko, Contributing Writer
There’s no convenient time to get new tires for your vehicle, and the whole process can be a bit pricey. But if you’re in need of a new set of tires, Montville Express Tire and Automotive is the place to go.
While you can get new tires at almost any car repair shop in the area, Montville Express Tire and Automotive’s Medina location offers one of the best tire deals around. With your purchase of four new tires, you automatically receive a car care club membership. The store has tires from Hankook, Yokohama, GoodYear, Firestone, and many other major brands. There is no specific brand or tire size required to enjoy ...

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Planning the perfect party...with pie

by on 08/06/2014 - 10:41 am
Category: Food

Summer is the season for sun, swimming, and get-togethers. Among the many parties you’ll attend, a few are likely to be graduation parties. While a cake with a picture of the graduate on it is traditionally served at these parties, there are more dessert options out there to choose from. Serving fresh, handmade pies at your graduation party is a great way to stand out from the others—and please your guests. Located in Amherst and Medina, Mama Jo Pies has been a family operated business since 1993.  With 34 flavors of pie, all are created with fresh ingredients, setting them far above the pie you find in your local grocery store. Traditional flavors like apple and che ...

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How to save big on a spa manicure and...

by on 08/05/2014 - 03:24 pm
Category: Health & Beauty

By Lauren Koketko
Summer is the season for relaxation, but for many of us there is little time to truly pamper ourselves. When the kids are back at school, take a day to let your hair down and get a massage. With awesome August specials, now is a perfect time to relax and unwind at A Time to Spa.
Consider a one-hour premium massage—a bargain at just $55. One-hour relaxation massages are featured at $48 for the month of August, and, as an extra bonus, a 75-minute therapeutic massage is only $66. If the wonderful prices aren’t making you feel relaxed yet, you have even more options. Treat your hands and feet to some extra TLC.
A Time to Spa has ...

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10 ways to prepare for the new school...

by on 08/04/2014 - 12:32 pm
Categories: Community, Food, Health & Beauty, Smart Living

As another summer slowly winds down, it’s time to prepare your kids for the coming school year. For you, relief is on the way, but your kids may already be counting the days until their next vacation. Here’s a list of 10 back-to-school must-dos to help ease the transition for everyone:
School Supplies
A must for kids of all ages, it can be frustrating to find everything on the school supply list at national stores. Marc's has everything from pencils to notebooks and rulers and offers deep discounts for customers. Marc's is your one-stop-shop for back-to-school necessities.
Backpacks and shoes are something kids tend to need at the start of ev ...

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Planning a golfing fundraiser

by on 08/04/2014 - 09:53 am
Category: Community

By Lauren Koketko
For many organizations, fundraising is a large part of staying afloat. Whether it’s for a school club or business venture, planning a fundraiser is time consuming and there is no guarantee you’ll meet your financial goal.
It can seem like everyone else has been-there-done-that when it comes to fundraisers. Selling magazines, having bake sales, hosting dinners, and washing cars are commonplace and can be more work than profit. If your organization is looking to stand out from the rest, try a golf outing fundraiser.
Deer Pass Golf Course offers a $5,000 fund guarantee when you book a fundraiser. General manager Chad Gibson is fully commi ...

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