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March is Gewürztraminer time

March is an important month in the wine world. One of the first wines to be released each year, usually in March, is Gewürztraminer, a fruity, floral white wine made from pinkish colored grapes. But what about the taste? “The name gives us a hint,” says Jim Sperk of the Northern Ohio Wine Guild. “Gewürz is a German word for spice. It...

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Quinn Johnston, of the Chodaczek Team at LoFaso Real Estate, is dedicated to selling Medina County

Quinn Johnston (pictured above) is a licensed real estate agent on the Chodaczek Team at LoFaso Real Estate in Medina County. As a lifelong Medina County resident, Quinn finds her clients the house they love in the area that she and her family are proud to call home. “I lived in the same house in Brunswick until I went to college,” says...

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Chagrin Home Improvements can prepare your deck for the warm weather to come

Everyone is looking forward to getting back outside, even if it’s just to the back of the house. Winter is on its way out, but it may have left behind some damage to your deck. Now is the time to get on the schedule at Chagrin Home Improvements for deck repairs, cleaning and staining. “We’re filling up fast for spring and summer deck...

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Turn spring cleaning into cash at Chagrin Falls Gold & Coins

Have you started spring cleaning? Bring any old jewelry, sterling silver flatware, coins and even gold teeth you want to clear out to Chagrin Falls Gold & Coins. “I buy and sell gold and sterling silver jewelry, coins, sterling silver tea sets, sterling silver candlesticks, sterling silver flatware…you get the picture,” says owner...

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Vent Heating & Cooling shares a little vintage comic relief

While a large flock of buzzards returns to Hinckley every March, this year there is one in particular to note—Binky. Born on a drawing table in 1981, Binky was created by Karl Kastl Jr., a former litho artist at American Greetings who drew monthly cartoons for the local Hinckley newspaper. Now, his son, Karl Kastl III, is bringing it...

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