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Longfellow Elementary ushers in a new era of learning

When the 460 students in grades K-5 walk through the doors of their newly constructed Longfellow Elementary School in August, they will be at the crossroads of an end and a beginning. The highly collaborative process of planning and implementing began in December 2015, with educational visioning sessions made up of staff, students and...

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At The Art Gallery in Willoughby, an abundance of original art and more inspires

In a world of mass production, there’s literally nothing like an original. The Art Gallery is a place where everything you see is just that, original. Owner GeorgeAnn Trembour is an artist and a retired art teacher. After purchasing The Art Gallery from another artist, she and her husband have carried on the tradition of showcasing artists...

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Penitentiary Glen’s Spring Art Show has arrived

From a dainty dew drop to crashing ocean waves, water takes on many multifaceted visages. Connect with your inner art lover and delve into Ebb and Flow: The Magic of Water Spring Art Show at Penitentiary Glen Reservation, now through Sunday, May 12. “All of the parks in the Lake Metroparks system feature water in some way—from wetlands...

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Meet the Artist: Judy Takacs

There are many unsung female heroes in the world who deserve recognition. Local artist Judy Takács is aiming to honor these women in her life through her stunning portrait series, Chicks with Balls. Almost 10 years ago, she was inspired by all the various issues that her strong, smart, and courageous female friends and family were...

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Mentor School students hosted a blood drive to give back

After the American Red Cross issued an urgent plea for blood and platelet donation to combat a severe shortage, students at Mentor High School stepped up and decided to answer it. On Wednesday, February 27, they sponsored a blood drive, asking students, teachers, parents and community members to pitch in. The tally for the day was 120...

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