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Students enrolled in the Success Academy are making the grade

Research shows that when at-risk students engage in physical activity, they perform better academically. Willoughby-Eastlake City Schools founded the Success Academy five years ago to provide an educational model to inspire learning for students in grades 7-10 who are not typically motivated in a traditional class setting. Each year, 25...

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Meet the Artist: Linda Damiani, Fra Angelica Studio

When you have the gorgeous views of Lake Erie as inspiration in your own backyard, you take advantage of the picture that nature is painting. For local fiber artist Linda Damiani, owner of Fra Angelica Studio, all it takes is a look out her window to gain inspiration for her next crocheted piece. “Many people view crochet, and fiber art...

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Minkin's Music: The Case for Steve

One of the best programs out there is the Hardcore Troubadour Radio Show hosted by Steve Earle on SXM channel 60. With the Rock and Roll HOF nominations being announced this month, a case for Steve Earle’s induction is long overdue. Since the release of Guitar Town in 1986 through to So You Wannabe An Outlaw in 2017, Earle’s music has been...

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Here’s why everyone who loves the game of golf will be hitting the courses at Bunker Hill this winter

Falling leaves don’t have to mean the end of golf season, insists Chad Gibson, general manager of Bunker Hill Golf Course. “Everybody knows Bunker Hill for our lovely course outside,” Chad says. “But when fall comes, a lot of people start thinking about putting their clubs away for the winter. We encourage them not to...

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The origins of Sweetest Day (UPDATED)

Sweetest Day originated in October of 1916 as “Candy Day,” a promotion launched by the National Confectioner’s Association. The campaign’s slogan was: “The Sweetest Day in the Year.” Although the holiday was cancelled in 1917 due to a sugar shortage related to World War I, it was reborn as “Sweetest Day” in 1921 in Cleveland,...

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