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Connect with Mr. Kringle

He’s the magical gent who came to town and pulled off a miracle on 34th Street. All the wonderment that makes the season bright lives on today in Mr. Kringle. For the past 14 years, Kringle’s Inventionasium Experience has provided a festive walk-through excursion of Santa’s toy lab in downtown Cleveland. This year, the experience...

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There are eight different owl species in Ohio

Since being depicted in Greek mythology perched on the shoulder of Athena, the goddess of wisdom, the owl has held cachet for centuries as a possessor of fierce intelligence. And that myth is actually fairly accurate. We caught up with Tony Gazso, Lake Metroparks Interpretive Manager, for some insights into this fascinating...

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Willoughby-Eastlake Schools offers medical training programs

For every window sign and yard flag you see paying tribute to our heroes during the pandemic—from nurses to hospital workers and first responders—there is a path they followed to get there, including hands-on training in a clinical setting. In addition to causing a demand for more nurses and healthcare workers, the pandemic has...

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Meet the Artist: Grace Summanen

Local artist Grace Summanen brings her distinctive art to fruition using different household materials, playing with them together and experimenting until she achieves something inimitably beautiful. Inspired by her life and the everyday, Grace uses paint, fabric and wood to push the boundaries in her work. “Fabric interests me because it...

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At Bunker Hill Golf Course, the game never has to end

The leaves are falling, the temperature is dropping, and the sun is disappearing earlier each day. But that doesn’t mean the lights need to go out on your golf game, insists Chad Gibson, general manager of Bunker Hill Golf Course, in Medina. “The fall and winter weather may pose a challenge outside, but our six best-in-the-business...

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