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Here’s how New York Textiles can help to elevate your space

While home automation is buzzed about in different product arenas, windows are one of the most popular places to showcase this modern technology. But before you set your heart on pushing a button to raise and lower your blinds, Therese Kish, of New York Textiles, says you might want to be sure you’re ready to welcome this advancement into your...

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Dont' break the bank replacing or refacing your cabinets

Two years ago, a kitchen remodel set me back a budget-sapping forty grand. About half of that drain on my bank account was attributed to the cabinets. I opted for a lovely painted white to replace the outdated 1962 versions that were falling apart. But not everyone needs to sink their savings into replacing cabinetry like I did. Most people with...

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Willing your cryptocurrency

The nuances of estate planning are forever changing, says Jay Nabors, a Cleveland-based attorney who focuses on that very area. “The oddest details come up and we have to be prepared for them,” he shares. “Everything in this world evolves so quickly. It’s important to have an attorney in your corner who keeps up with the changes of...

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Show off your arms!

Some stubborn fat just won’t disappear, no matter how much we diet and exercise. But TruSculpt iD changes everything—and it’s available at Dr. Laurel’s PRP Bar. Unlike CoolSculpting, Kybella and surgery, with TruSculpt iD there is very little, if any, pain. There is no downtime, and almost everyone is a candidate. “With...

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Sandra Jenkins and the staff at Dog Gone Crazy are passionate about offering an elevated level of service to people and their pets

Although it may seem impossible to find a silver lining in the cloud that has been the pandemic, Sandra Jenkins, owner of Dog Gone Crazy, in Medina, says there is most certainly a big one. “Pet adoptions shot up as more people welcomed into their homes a furry companion to keep them company during the stress of isolation,” she notes. “It...

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