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Only Lucky Shoes’ New Balance stores have the hottest all-star looks from Francisco Lindor

Displaying the same colorful personality and dynamic energy that has made Cleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor a fan favorite, the brand-new New Balance athletic shoes and T-shirts he helped design are hitting the shelves at Lucky Shoes’ New Balance stores across Northeast Ohio. “These New Balance locations are the only places in...

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Gerri's Closet keeps you first in fashion

I’m sitting with the always effusive Gerri Talevich, owner of Gerri’s Closet, arguably one of the most popular consignment shops in Northern Ohio, when she leans in close and in her best stage whisper tells me the woman at the counter is none other than fashion blogger and style consultant Meghan Dyer. Meghan, Gerri reveals, is a regular...

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High-tech, leading-edge renovations of three iconic shoe stores is making SouthPark Mall the destination for footwear in Northeast Ohio

Lucky Shoes isn’t resting on its 100-year-old laurels. And shoppers visiting Strongsville’s SouthPark Mall will discover that Lucky Shoes is celebrating its centennial anniversary with big changes. “As we celebrate our past this year, we’re also continuing to innovate for the future,” explains John Luck, fourth-generation president...

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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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With a huge selection of high-quality brands, hands-on ownership, and a highly trained staff, Lucky Shoes has been caring for our feet for 100 years

When Joe Luck began selling work boots out of a push cart to Akron’s rubber workers more than 100 years ago, he likely had no idea how far his company would go. He certainly could not have imagined big box shoe stores and the behemoth known as Amazon. But in spite of the changing retail landscape, Lucky Shoes and their affiliated stores...

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