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A Blue Carpet Affair on Saturday, April 13, 2024

Fashion and fundraising will stylishly collide at Footprints Center for Autism’s (FCA) sixth annual A Blue Carpet Affair, on Saturday, April 13, at Pine Ridge Country Club in Wickliffe. This highly anticipated fundraising event will include an elegant dinner, music and dancing, a large basket raffle, and an inclusive fashion show that will...

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Meet the Artist: April Bleakney, APE MADE

Local artist April Bleakney isn’t content to simply stand by. She brings her voice to life visually through her artwork, implementing a bold, gritty textural aesthetic loaded with meaning and layering. “Like any good pop artist, I pull inspiration from all around me: Current events, my city/neighborhood, family, pop culture, nature, music,...

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For chess and charity

Last fall, Mastery School of Hawken sophomore Amogh Tripathi and Revere High School junior Anant Adury of the Northeast Ohio Chess Club ran the Northeast Ohio Open, a chess tournament held at Twin Haven Reception Center in Twinsburg. This impressive event garnered nearly 40 players from across the country, including U.S. Chess Federation National...

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Celebrated for attracting top-tier talent to Northeast Ohio, RSM Events unveils its show schedule for the upcoming 2024 season

Kenny & Dolly Country Legends Tribute Direct from Vegas and Branson, Dave Karl and Wendy T perform hits like “Islands in The Stream,” “You Can’t Make Old Friends,” “Lady,” “I Will Always Love You,” “Through The Years,” “9 To 5” and more. Wednesday, Apr. 24 at LaMalfa5783 Heisley Road in MentorCredit card...

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The multiplicities of Madeira Wine

According to Jim Sperk of the Northern Ohio Wine Guild, Madeira wine sales increased 10 percent last year over the previous year, but the labeling can be confusing. Let’s turn to Jim for some guidance so you can make a more informed choice. “So, I’ve done some research, including tastings, to try and clear things up a bit,” Jim says...

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