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Get ready for sandal season now

Another year has come and gone more quickly than we anticipated, and once again we were so busy taking care of our loved ones that we didn’t get around to ourselves. If you’ve resolved to take better care of your health in 2020, now is the time to treat your varicose veins and discover a new, active life without the swelling, achiness and...

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The seasonal menu at Station 43 is ablaze in heated buzz, but there are fresh new changes in the works

He had me at Pork Tacos. That’s just one of the fresh new items on Station 43’s already red-hot seasonal menu, created by Chef Brian Swaney. But wait, there’s more. Dive into the Seafood Pizza and prepare to immerse yourself in the rich flavors of the sea—topped with cheese, of course. “We change our menu seasonally to keep...

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Coretec luxury vinyl stone tile is just one of the latest new additions to the Floorz showroom

As an independent flooring store, one of the advantages we have at Floorz is the opportunity to feature the latest flooring innovations in our stores. Chances are good that while you’re reading this, I’m in Philadelphia, Chicago or Las Vegas attending a flooring show highlighting the newest products in the industry. The evolution of the...

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Home Town CLEaners cleans everything from small condominiums to 10,000-square-foot homes, offices and other commercial spaces

If hard work and skill combined with integrity and reliability is the recipe for success, Kenny Petersen and Daniel Krotz have a bright future. Kenny and Daniel are the owners of Home Town CLEaners and they not only love running their business, they also love to clean. “People are so busy with jobs and families. Sometimes cleaning the house...

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Meet the Artist: David Rankin, David Rankin Watercolors

Inspired by the light and design that nature provides, local artist David Rankin paints the world as he sees it in visually stunning detail. “I perceive the world around me through a type of mental watercolor filter,” David explains. “I see a wet reflection on a street or the fractured glint of sunlight on water, on a peacock’s neck or...

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