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At Century Village Museum in Burton, history comes to life with two exciting May event

Hear ye, hear ye. Century Village Museum in Burton is prepared to transport you back in time to the era of the American Civil War, with a special event taking place on Saturday, May 25, and Sunday, May 26. Century Village, a fully restored Western Reserve Village and 65-acre working farm consisting of 22 historic buildings including historic...

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The City of Mentor has a diverse line-up of concerts, cruise-ins and more, coming this summer

The City of Mentor has announced its stellar lineup of summer programming with something for everyone. I caught up with Ante Logarusic, communications officer for the city, for some insider scoop. “Each year we strive to present a diverse slate of events that will appeal to everyone, from music lovers to families with younger kids,”...

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The Lake Metroparks ecosystem is home to a plethora of interesting cold-blooded creatures

What do Indiana Jones and Harrison Ford have in common? They’re both deathly afraid of snakes. But it turns out that despite the fear factor Hollywood tries to perpetrate, snakes, reptiles and amphibians are actually sensitive, docile, love to be around people and play a vital part in the ecosystem they occupy. Mimi caught up with...

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Students from Willoughby-Eastlake Schools reflect on 12 years of memories while preparing to say farewell to their alma mater

When our high school seniors move the tassel’s on their caps from the left to the right in a few days, they’ll be looking back on 13 years of memories. More than 550 students from Willoughby-Eastlake City Schools’ North and South High Schools will parade down the aisles at the Connor Palace downtown at Playhouse Square. The full houses...

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The MBA program at Ursuline College makes earning your graduate degree an accessible goal—on your timeline

In keeping up with the worldwide shift to remote working and learning, Ursuline College has redesigned its Master of Business Administration (MBA) program to be fully online for maximum flexibility. Classes began last fall. In 11 months, students can earn this in-demand degree to grow their careers and personal brands with new professional...

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