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Mentor Schools continues to produce top talent

As one of the largest schools in the state, over the years Mentor High School has earned a reputation for being a powerhouse in athletics, with Cardinals teams often in contention for district, regional and event state titles. But this year, Ohio’s top honors were decided on a delicate four-inch-wide balance beam. In March, senior Kelsey...

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Minkin's Music: Shootouts debut Quick Draw

Megaforce Records announces the release of Quick Draw, the debut album from The Shootouts, a high-energy traditional honky-tonk band with a touch of Americana rock and western swing. The Shootouts are not only a throwback to the sounds that flowed out of Nashville and Texas 60 years ago, but dress to honor the history of those golden years...

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The skills of an award-winning, creative agency meet an innovative business model that can help you grow your business affordably with Summit Collective

The days of the Mad Men marketing agency may be gone, but the structure across many traditional agencies hasn’t changed much—until now. Northeast Ohio’s Summit Collective is flipping the old-school model on its head. This innovative new business “collective” is a curated group of successful, specialized, creative businesses who...

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Here’s how the City of Mentor does summer

From rockin’ concerts to family fests, beach parties and beer and wine events, the City of Mentor has you covered for a summer of fun. Kicking off the first Tuesday in June through the last Tuesday in August, the city, along with Lake Health, sponsors the free weekly Mentor Rocks concerts at the Mentor Civic Amphitheater. “These...

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ArtsNow launches new Corporate Liaison Program

Countless studies prove that our quality of life increases with vibrant and broad opportunities to experience local arts, culture, and our environment. But a dynamic arts and culture scene isn’t just a nice-to-have community asset. It’s a strong economic driver. According to a 2018 study by Ohio Citizens for the Arts and Bowling Green...

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