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Encore Garage can transform your parking spaces into a place where parties happen with ease

So, you’ve gone all out to dazzle your friends and family at your kid’s graduation party. Bobby Flay is finishing up some fire-roasted veal chops on your new stainless steel, eight-burner grill. Salvatore Martone just delivered a few trays of Foret Noire, and REO Speedwagon is tuning their guitars and hearing aids before they rock the...

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University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center has launched the area’s first wellness center for people living with chronic conditions

Considering the monitoring, medications, dietary restrictions and other things one needs to keep track of, dealing with a chronic disease like diabetes or hypertension can be challenging—not only for patients, but for caregivers as well. That’s why University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center opened the area’s first Wellness Clinic for...

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A stark contrast to the large assisted living facilities popping up all over town, A Place to Call Home Elderly Care truly feels like a home

After Joyce, an 81-year-old Brooklyn resident, fell and injured her hip and eventually was released from a rehab center, she moved into A Place to Call Home Elderly Care to help transition getting ready to go back home. Now, more than a year later, she is still living there—by choice. “I was not planning on moving in permanently, but...

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Summer at Station 43 Tavern

Celebrating summer’s bounty, the new menu items at Station 43 Tavern are bursting with fresh herbs, tomatoes and lots of flavor. The Chicken Caprese is smothered with freshly picked tomatoes and sprinkled with fresh basil, and you’ll even find fresh mint in the Mojito cocktail. With a wrap-around porch for alfresco dining, reserved...

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A Final Thought: Your grandchildren are listening

My wife traveled to Georgia for a long Mother’s Day weekend to visit her parents and attend an annual family reunion, so last Friday night I had dinner alone at one of my favorite Akron restaurants. Seated next to me at the bar were three young men. By “young,” I mean early forties. They talked about what young men talk about—wine,...

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