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A fresh layer of mulch applied now by Southwest Landscape Management can help to refresh your plant beds and give you a head start for next year

There is still a lot of summer left. That’s why Steve Rak thinks you should continue to enjoy your beautiful yard as much as you did in May and June. “It’s never too late to spruce things up a little,” insists Steve, owner of Southwest Landscape Management. “Trimming down overgrown plants and shrubs, pulling out some weeds...

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Westlake Dental Associates is perfecting the science and the art of dentistry

The doctors are in, and so are the EFDAs (Expanded Functions Dental Assistants) and RDHs (Registered Dental Hygienists). At Westlake Dental Associates, these distinct groups of professionals contribute to a foundation of knowledge and connect with one another as a team that specializes in providing a totality of care that starts at the front desk...

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Cory’s offers reflexology, which can be combined with any massage service

As a mecca for well-being, Cory’s Hair Studio & Day Spa offers reflexology to keep your body balanced, relaxed and healthy. “Reflexology puts you in tune with your body,” says Molly Hatch, a licensed massage therapist who specializes in this ancient healing method. “It enhances your overall well-being.” Based on the theory that...

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PRP is a medically-proven way to regrow hair using the body’s own platelet-rich plasma

Hair replacement “solutions” are easy to find. The problem, says Dr. Laurel Matthews, a board certified physician with more than 35 years of practice experience and the owner of Dr. Laurel’s PRP Bar, is that most treatments promising to cure hair loss don’t work. “PRP is a medically-proven way to regrow hair using the body’s own...

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With fresh ownership and an expanded wine list, Timber Lodge continues to represent the finest in dining

When Lynn Zarcone took over ownership of Timber Lodge in June, few people noticed. And for good reason—since nothing really changed. Everything this landmark restaurant is known for—cold-aged hand-cut steaks, prime rib served seven days a week, live lobsters, gigantic baked potatoes, towering carrot cake and 99¢ Bloody Marys...

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