View All Articles

Articles Showing articles related to: Arts & Entertainment

From Disney cruises and private islands to Sandals all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean, local travel guru Jackie Klemenc can help you plan the perfect getaway for you and your family

Have the cabin-fever wintertime blues got you looking out the window dreaming of escape? Want to trade in your snowbrush for flip-flops? Escape is my specialty. I’ve helped my clients craft superb vacations with white-glove service, customizing the trip to the person, finding out all the big and little details unique to each...

Read More

A new brand takes flight

After 30 years in business, local manufacturers Apollo Products, API Pattern Works and Trucast rebranded to Olympus Aerospace on January 1, 2024. Business owners Katy Baden and Chris Scanlon have joined forces and have unified their tooling, gauge and fixture, and manufacturing divisions to better satisfy customer needs. Olympus Aerospace strives...

Read More

Take a step outside into the winter wonderland that awaits throughout the Lake Metroparks system

“Let us love winter, for it is the spring of genius”—Pietro Aretino Mimi couldn’t agree more. There is nothing more meditative than communing with the calm quiet of nature in winter. Lucky for us in Lake County, there are myriad outdoor activities to make the most of it. Lake Metroparks has curated a comprehensive list...

Read More

Students of Willoughby-Eastlake Schools are helping others in a wide range of volunteer activities

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” —Margaret Mead Throughout the year, the students of Willoughby-Eastlake Schools create a ripple effect of commitment to service that extends far beyond the classroom walls and indeed changes...

Read More

The Boston "Wine" Party?

December 16 marks the 250th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party. We all remember the story, even if the details are a little fuzzy. Here’s a recap: In 1773, a group known as the Sons of Liberty boarded British ships and threw the entire shipment of tea into the harbor in protest of the tea tax imposed under the Townshend Acts. But have you...

Read More