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Bunker Hill gives people the ultimate golfing experience

Even the best golfer on the planet works to improve his game. The same holds true for the best courses. Bunker Hill Golf Course is a case in point, insists Chadley Gibson, general manager. “After being voted best-of-the-best public golf course in Medina County for several years in a row, were still working hard to get better,” he...

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The delightful fall festival—Twisted Wilderfest—celebrating friends, family and arts and crafts makes its return on Saturday, September 30

Fall is festival season, and the City of Green is once again joining the fun and hosting the 4th Annual Twisted Wilderfest, on Saturday, September 30, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Southgate Park. Joan Smith, long time committee member of Green’s art-A-palooza fine arts event and owner of Gallery 143 in Uniontown, a custom frame shop and art...

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The Berea Arts Fest makes its 33rd return with a packed schedule of art in every form

We’re just days away from one of the liveliest multi-arts festivals in Cleveland. The 33rd annual Berea Arts Fest is set for Sunday, September 10, with the promise of celebrating all things art, from local artist booths to fabulous music acts, the hottest food trucks and enriching art experiences for kids, set along the high-spirited streets of...

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Him & Me is an initiative founded to help foster and nurture the father-daughter connection

The importance of a strong father figure in the life of a young girl cannot be overstated. Him & Me is an initiative founded by LaToyia Jones to address the critical role of fathers in the lives of young girls, in order for them to become strong women and the men to have the privilege of becoming proud dads. LaToyia initially launched an...

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The plentiful pollinator gardens within Lake Metroparks provide the inspiration you need to plant one of your own at home

It’s easy to take the biological phenomenon of pollination for granted. This generational marvel happens when pollen is moved from the male part of a plant, the anther, to the female part of the plant, the stigma, ensuring seeds and fruits are produced, as well as the next generation of plants. The legwork is done by pollinators (birds, bats,...

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