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Award-winning Moscarino Landscape & Design offers a more refined alternative for sports enthusiasts

Let’s pose a question for the true sports junkie: What are your options for enjoying a game with your pals? Traditionally, it’s been going downtown to the ballpark, the stadium or the arena. If you are reading this, you’re likely one of us suburban types. That translates to fighting traffic into town, struggling with parking (and the...

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Suns out, toes out!

While there isn’t anything much better than walking barefoot in the summer, going sans shoes is usually confined to short walks in your backyard or on the beach. For all of the other times, finding a perfectly fitted sandal will provide that same carefree, barely-there feeling. At Lucky Shoes, you’ll find shelves of fun and flirty...

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Ultra V-Lift: The only non-surgical face lift of its kind

Offered to her patients as UpLift, Dr. Laurel Matthews, a board-certified physician with more than 35 years of practice experience and the owner of Dr. Laurel’s PRP Bar, changed the way women recaptured their youth. “Our original UpLift incorporated the use of PDO (polydiananone) absorbable suture threads to fill in wrinkles and lift sagging...

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The Symphony of Olmsted Falls Day Club is a program is dedicated to help caregivers

When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia, the rest of the family is left coming to terms with “the new normal.” Caregivers find themselves increasingly burned out, not being able to do the things they used to do. Symphony at Olmsted Falls provides an Adult Day Club to meet this need. “As a facility designed and dedicated...

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When Betsy Ball wanted to get into shape, she chose Fitness Together for one-on-one training

Working in IT as a software developer, Betsy Ball of Westlake spends the lion’s share of her time sitting behind a computer. Though she’s moderately active, hitting a local gym and walking on the treadmill, over the years the pounds went on, and her other health marker numbers—such as blood sugar—went up. In January, just after...

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