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At Stella’s Art Gallery, the beauty of handmade work is revered, promoted and celebrated

Stella’s Art Gallery may look like a small storefront in a shopping plaza in downtown Willoughby, but just as Alice found out in Wonderland, things are often not the size they appear. Operated by the dynamic mother-daughter duo of artists Carol Pitts and Dani Klein, the sprawling gallery spans 5,000 square feet over two levels, with large...

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The new throwing wheels at Busy Bees Pottery & Arts Studio allow artists and amateurs to create treasured pottery pieces from beginning to end

Since 2015, Busy Bees Pottery & Arts Studio in Great Lakes Mall has been the go-to destination to let your inner artist flag fly, whether through classes, camps, group events or just creating artwork all by yourself. Now the studio is pushing the envelope further by introducing Wheel Throwing Pottery. (Think Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze from...

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Indulge in a gastronomic trip to Epcot

Care for a Parisian croissant in the morning, Mexican street tacos for lunch and Ramen noodles from Kyoto for dinner? Take your taste buds on a fantastic global-trotting journey at Walt Disney World’s Epcot International Food and Wine Festival set for mid-July to late November. We’re planning a special getaway for foodies in our area, Friday...

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Back in action after a three-year hiatus, Eastlake Middle School students are ready to bust a move for a great cause at the Autism Awareness Dance-a-Thon

When it comes to giving back, the students at Eastlake Middle School believe in thinking big and following their hearts in action—and in wearing thick socks. On Saturday, April 15, they’ll be cutting the rug from noon until midnight at the 13th Annual Autism Awareness Dance-a-Thon. “This is our first year back after the pandemic and...

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Meet the Artist: Cyndi Reilly

Some things in life stick with you from a young age. An interest that you’re fascinated by can make its way into your everyday life and even become your livelihood if you’re lucky. Local artist Cyndi Reilly found a love of pottery at age 13 while attending a class at Valley Art Center that has continued to flourish as the years go by,...

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