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Bunker Hill golf course is prepped and ready to become a leading avenue for play in Northeast Ohio

Steve Ross always had a passion for golf, and Bunker Hill was his favorite course, explains Chad Gibson, general manager of the iconic Medina golf course and event center. "Steve had a dream of owning his own golf course and Bunker Hill was the obvious match," Chad says. Last year, Steve became a partner in the course, joining the...

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The 31st Annual Berea Arts Fest promises to bring back the creativity we’ve been missing

With the theme “Bringing Back Creativity,” the 31st Annual Berea Arts Fest promises a magical and immersive day celebrating fine art, with more than 100 artists reflecting mediums such as painting, photography, jewelry, glass blowing, stained glass, metal works, ceramics, mixed media, printmaking and wood working, as well as live performing...

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Tomaseen Foley’s A Celtic Christmas will be held on Sunday, December 5

Anyone looking for a delightful dose of cheer and charm this upcoming holiday season will marvel at Tomàseen Foley’s A Celtic Christmas. “Since the show always nearly sell out, we opened our box office early this year,” says Brian Bigley, who, along with his wife, Kristen, produces the heartwarming event. The wildly entertaining...

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The five fave waterfalls of Lake Metroparks’ Andy Avram

The Hunger Games. Jurassic Park. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. If this was a category on Jeopardy!, the question would be “What are famous movies that feature waterfalls?” Luckily, you don’t have to travel the globe or even pay for a movie ticket to find breathtaking waterfalls, as there are several here in...

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Meet the Artist: Arabella Proffer

Cleveland-based painter Arabella Proffer isn’t one to let adversity slow her down or dampen her spirits. In the summer of 2020, a decade after she was first diagnosed, she found out that her cancer had returned and was deemed inoperable. She was given a prognosis of months, not years. If you take a look at her blog, ArtyFarty.blog, you will...

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