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Winter plumbing prep 101

The Boy Scouts’ two most powerful words—be prepared—make an excellent homeowners motto, too. With a little forethought and planning, homeowners can ward off many problems. And each season brings its own unique challenges, from flooding basements in the spring to freezing pipes in the winter.  “I know we don’t want to think about cold...

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Optimum performance

Few baseball experts would disagree: Without the guidance of manager Terry Francona, the injury-riddled Cleveland Indians probably wouldn’t have gotten into last year’s World Series. It took arguably the game’s best manager to optimize the tools at his disposal to come within a single run of taking the championship against the team with...

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Danbury Senior Living is home

It has been said that home is where the heart is. For more than 100 residents, that happens to be Danbury Senior Living in Broadview Heights. “Home is not a place. It’s not something you can touch. Home is a feeling, and Danbury is home,” says Cheryl McCallum, sales and marketing director at Danbury Senior Living. “Our residents truly...

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Dr. Laurel's maximum rejuvenation

There are different ways to rejuvenate the face, says Dr. Laurel Matthews, a board-certified physician with more than 35 years of practice experience and the owner of Dr. Laurel’s PRP Bar. “At the lower end of the spectrum you have creams and peels. In the middle you have hyaluronic acid fillers. Between the top and middle levels you have...

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The Shinto experience

Tantalizing tastes, exotic decor, gracious Shinto Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar, dining is an experience in which an unwavering mission is followed: food should be fun. This month they are heralding fall by unveiling new dishes and drinks, and ushering in pre-holiday booking for parties. Fall Dishes Delight“We don’t strictly...

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