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At Cru Uncorked, everything is made from scratch and the plates are artfully composed with reverent technique and attention to detail

Named for a French term that means “a classification of vineyard that is of presumed and recognized quality,” Cru Uncorked is truly in a class of its own. When Sandy and Sally Cutler and their son, Bill, built this place from the ground up in 2017, their goal was to transport diners back to the understated elegance of a French chateau...

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The Mandel JCC is one of the top fitness facilities in the region

This is how it usually goes: In mid-January, Mimi will put away the last of the holiday decorations, toss out the stale cookies and start thinking about fitness and weight loss. Then she’ll look into a gym or studio membership only to relive the intimidation and self-inflicted body-shaming she experienced when she last thought about getting...

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Although most people think of bariatric surgery as a treatment for excessively obese people who need to lose significant pounds, it has other medical benefits as well.

Everybody probably knows somebody with diabetes. That includes Jacob Petrosky, MD, a general surgeon at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, in Chardon. “My family has a strong history of diabetes—all of my aunts and uncles have it,” Dr. Petrosky reveals. “I’ve witnessed the complications—the heart attacks, the...

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Allegria Studio's innovation results in an entirely new way to apply permanent makeup

Allegria Studio and Micro Hair Clinic is a little slice of the big city right here in Chagrin Falls. Imagine never applying eyeliner, using eyebrow pencils or lining your lips again. Permanent makeup is more popular than ever and its application is a skill that should be placed only in the hands of an expert. You may think you have to travel...

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Love is in the air (and it smells like coffee)

How should you brew your joe? There is a profusion of confusion on the best coffee infusion; however, it all comes down to preference: In the 16th century, folks simply boiled it three times in a pitcher (or ibrik) in the desert sand. No desert handy? It can be made this way on a stovetop as well. It comes out thick, chewy, offensive to the...

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