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Williams Landscaping & Pavers can turn any back yard into a magical place to make memories

In September, adventure stirs. It’s the month Frodo and Sam set out on their quest to save middle earth in the classic Lord of the Rings trilogy. J.R.R. Tolkien propelled his Hobbit heroes forward by imbuing them with an everlasting hope that their journey would return them home. When Peter Jackson brought the epic tale to the big...

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With a new location in Ridge Park Square, more people can tap into dramatic savings on top-quality cabinets from Choice Cabinet

Homeowners on the west side now have a haven for home renovation in their backyard. Choice Cabinet, a national US supplier of cabinets, opened its new showroom this month within Ridge Park Square in Brooklyn. Since 2006, the popular family-owned company has made a name for itself on the east side by offering a wide selection of top-quality...

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The Starving Chef Recipe: Sopapilla

Is it a churro or a cheesecake? Whichever category you put it into, this delicious dessert is the perfect end cap to your Hispanic-inspired meal or an easy dessert option for your next family gathering. Sopapilla Prep time: 15 minutesCook time: 40 minutesChill time: 8 hours Ingredients 2 cans sheet dough, room...

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You really can have a gorgeous yard in fall and winter and the pros at Southwest Landscape Management can take you there

In the CLE, the average first frost happens in mid-to late October, and the last frost is around mid- to late-April, which would leave your yard in a dormant state for about six months of the year. Why not make it look its best before the big chill creeps in? Giving your yard a dose of TLC this fall will pave the way for weathering winter and...

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A Final Thought: Cleveland’s Calling

My wife and I met in 1982 while attending Columbus College in our hometown of Columbus, Georgia. The school is now called Columbus State University, but back then we called it UCLA—the University of Columbus ’Longside the Airport. One of my wife’s college friends was a Jewish girl named Rosie who impressed me because she was so...

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