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Mimi Vanderhaven: Behind the Pink Curtain

In the new year, the team members here at Mimi Vanderhaven’s Mimi Magazine are doing some inner work, reassessing our mission and values and doubling down on our commitments to our readers and local business clients. We thought it would be a good idea if we opened up and let you in on some of that, I mean, let you peek behind the curtain to see...

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The Aviator Event Center & Pub is transforming the former 100th Bomb Group location into a stunning venue for weddings and other gatherings

A stunning new venue is getting ready to take flight in the first quarter of 2022. It’s called The Aviator Event Center & Pub and it will occupy the former home of the 100th Bomb Group overlooking Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. Thanks to a massive renovation, The Aviator has been refashioned to exude opulent modern elegance,...

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REVIEW: Relaxing in the Shadow of Cathedral Rock

Sedona Cathedral Hideaway rises from the Arizona desert like the majestic mesas and buttes that surround it, including Cathedral Rock, one of the most photographed geological formations in North America. But this is no photograph. From sunrise to moonrise to dark-sky nights with views of the Milky Way, guests at this top-ranked B&B relax...

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ABC Equipment Rental & Sales is helping local contractors get more work done in less time

The home improvement boom that began last year as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic continued throughout 2021 and is showing no signs of slowing in 2022. While higher demand alone can often result in construction equipment shortages, additional factors have created a perfect storm. These include shipping delays, supply chain disruptions, labor...

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A Final Thought: 30 Years in Ohio

I moved from Columbus, Georgia, to Northeast Ohio on December 1, 1991, to take a position with the Akron Beacon Journal. I assumed I’d pay my dues in the Rust Belt for a couple of years then be off to more exotic locales within our corporate chain of newspapers, like Miami or San Jose. I did not know I would never leave. Last week...

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