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Sporty shoes from New Balance do double duty as flirty, fun and fashionable footwear options

Q: What are some great athletic styles to wear not just for running or working out, but also for fashion purposes? A: New Balance is my go-to choice. This brand is not just about running shoes. In fact, many of their styles are very fashion forward and can be worn casually. Whether you are running, walking, or just wanting to look...

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Meet the Artist: Michele Young, Emergence

Emergence by Michele Young promotes authentic power through creation. Working in oil and acrylics on canvas, Michele brings to life her own version of emergence. “I gather my inspiration from speaking prophetically into my own life, and from the cycles and transitions we as a people transform from,” Michele explains. Most of Michele’s...

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Restoring your garage floor

A deteriorating, stained concrete floor can not only ruin the look of your garage, but it also devalues your home, laments Mike Padden, owner of Encore Garage Ohio. Here, Mike explains the options for restoring your garage floor. Q: What can a homeowner do to replace an ugly, crumbling concrete floor?A: There are four main options. The...

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Moscarino Landscape & Design has installed thousands of trend-setting patios across Northeast Ohio—and this year the design possibilities are like never before

The design team at Moscarino Landscape &Design poses the same question your neighbors and friends may well be asking: “Is this the year to convert your backyard from blasé to breathtaking?” The company’s award-winning landscapes have been featured in these pages and in other publications for nearly 15 years. Always impressive, their...

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Keeping the water out of your basement

The Old Farmer’s Almanac lists Cleveland among the eight worst winter cities in the U.S., and Northeast Ohio is on track for one of its wettest spring seasons ever. For many of us, that’s bad news. But it can be even worse. Because all that snow has to go somewhere when it melts, and some of it could end up in your basement. “There is...

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