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How to plan a budget-friendly backyard barbecue

Whether it’s a soiree or a shindig, a barbecue is an occasion to plan ahead. Don’t let your time or money go up in smoke. Remember the Boy Scout motto: “Be Prepared.” Otherwise, your next backyard outing could turn out to be an ordeal. Keep things casually controlled to make the most of the summer’s longer hours of daylight and...

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Make your escape to Put-in-Bay

Looking for a summer getaway? While the Cayman Islands in the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, Mallorca off the coast of Spain in the Mediterranean Sea or Bora Bora in the South Pacific may come to mind, there’s a place to escape here in Ohio that doesn’t require a passport, travel agent or airplane. Located about an hour drive from...

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Empowering Punch's healthy meals to-go

Time is often the biggest barrier to healthy eating. Even for people who are dedicated to fitness, laments Danyl Scianna, who, with her husband, Paul, owns Empowering Punch, Strongsville’s unique boxing-based workout center. That’s why Danyl and Paul recently introduced Healthy Meals by Empowering Punch. The nutritionally planned,...

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Strongsville's own Shinto goes national

From a 14-inch gravy-smothered biscuit in Columbia, SC, to a five-pound muffaletta in Atlanta and 17-pound chicken gyro in Nashville, host Josh Denny scours the country on a quest to find the biggest and tastiest food on Food Network’s new smash-hit show, “Ginormous Food.” When searching restaurants throughout the Midwest, they came up...

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Summer in Painesville

The party is in Painesville—and you’re invited. Between the Farmers Market, Party on Main, Art in the Park and many more festive events, Painesville has earned a top spot on Mimi’s summer destination list.  “The word is out about all of the exciting events in Painesville,” says Barb Monacelli, economic development events...

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