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Why pay for a regular gym membership when you can join a complete fitness community?

This is how it usually goes: On January 2nd Mimi will put away the holiday decorations, toss out the sugar cookies and start thinking about fitness and weight loss. Then she’ll look into a gym membership only to relive the intimidation, mental comparisons, body-shaming, and self-loathing she experienced the last time she stepped into a...

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Pay a visit to the snowmen on Vine Street, the Community Art Project from Willoughby-Eastlake students

Jolly old soul Frosty the Snowman had a lot of worries on his plate, from Professor Hinkle stealing his magic hat to turning into a puddle. But the cadre of snowmen lining Vine Street can anticipate an unlimited life expectancy, regardless of the weather. The colorful eight-foot characters were designed and built by art students at...

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While other restaurants are cooling down for the season, Station 43 Tavern is still hot, hot, hot

While other restaurants are packing up the patio umbrellas and preparing for a long winter’s nap, the team at Station 43 Tavern has been burning the midnight oil to put the finishing touches on a new fall menu. “Our dining selections are constantly evolving, and our kitchen staff works hard to keep things interesting for our...

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Willoughby-Eastlake Schools offers an Entrepreneurship Class to students

Ambitious entrepreneurs with visions of making it big—complete with a corner office and their feet up on the desk—have to start somewhere. At Willoughby South High School, the Entrepreneurship Class is a perfect start. Over the past two years, students from sophomores to seniors have enrolled in the class with hopes of...

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Mentor School students support those in need of a helping hand

As we head into this season of cherishing those who are dear to us, Mimi thought it would be the perfect juncture to shine a light on efforts by our local schools to support the community. In September, several hundred riders ages three to 12 rolled into the Mentor High School Stadium for the VeloSano Kids Trike & Bike. At the end of the day,...

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