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Hands-on your health

Occupational therapists help people who suffer from painful chronic conditions, or who have recently undergone surgery, to return to participating in their normal everyday activities. “We help people get back to their lives,” summarizes Nancy Nebenzahl, licensed occupational therapist and certified hand therapist, while celebrating National...

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The joy of rhubarb

Tantalizingly tart rhubarb pie, many people insist, is one of the tasty treats of summer. However, opines Marcia Hawkins, co-owner of Uncle John’s Home and Garden, in Olmsted Falls, there’s a lot more to rhubarb than meets the pie. “Rhubarb is such a versatile and underused vegetable,” Marcia says. “It can be utilized in so many...

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Saving the Baldwin House

Basement waterproofing specialists Rocco Olivieri and his son, Mark, have saved quite a few homes from major structural problems over the years. Last summer, they saved a piece of Strongsville’s history. “We could have lost the Baldwin House,” says Ruth Brickley, president of the Strongsville Historical Society. “The basement walls were...

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The party is at Trivs!

It isn’t unusual for folks with sophisticated palates and a fervor for fun and friendly hospitality to show up at Trivs Restaurant and Lounge multiple times a week for lunch, dinner or cocktails, insists general manager Stephanie Anaya. “We’re upscale but casual, without being stuffy,” Stephanie says. “Everybody here feels...

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Make your garage the star of the show

Considering the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ inability to simply announce the correct Oscar winner for best picture last month, one shouldn’t be surprised that A Garage Stuck in the Past was curiously snubbed from nomination in the category of Best Silent Film. Perhaps the unfortunate story of the Smith couple’s battle...

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