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Here’s how the Willoughby-Eastlake Schools system is promoting a positive environment

"You’ve got to accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative, latch on to the affirmative, and don’t mess with Mr. In-Between.” What Johnny Mercer sang about back in the 1940s is alive and well in our local schools. In fact, the Willoughby Eastlake School District has recently been named one of 11 districts in the state...

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The 3rd Annual Refined Festival is coming to downtown Cleveland

A festival celebrating spirits made only in Ohio, Refined is moving to an expanded venue and inviting more vendors to keep up with demand for local spirits. “Refined is entering it’s third year in Ohio and seeks to bring back that 1920’s flare for 2020” says Clem Marshall, who is director of the Original Festival Collective, the...

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Firefly Travels helps you plan the vacation of a lifetime

Kristen Keeney, owner of Firefly Travels in Chardon, started her business to introduce clients to the thrills of a Disney vacation. She also had another goal. Kristen wanted to help some very deserving families, who may have thought Disney wasn’t an option for them, experience this trip of a lifetime. “Many families feel a vacation isn’t...

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Meet the Artist: Patrick Gerber, The Robot Consortium

Sci-fi and fantasy mixed with some horror, pop culture and rock & roll is just the catalyst local artist Patrick Gerber needs to get his creativity flowing when crafting his unique robot characters out of reclaimed, recycled and scrap wood for The Robot Consortium. “I get inspiration from pop culture, and a wild imagination,” Patrick says...

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Minkin's Music: Time for goodbye

“They say that all good things must end. Call it a night, the party’s over.” —Willie Nelson In December of 2006, Mitch Allen grilled me for two hours with questions relating to a feature story about my former optical business that would appear in the upcoming edition of Mimi Magazine. He stared at the music memorabilia adorning my...

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