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A Final Thought: Eclipse Myths

I like science, especially astrophysics. But as an English major, I’m self-taught. I read physics books and articles and listen to podcasts. It’s hard to get your head around how curved space-time causes gravity (I surely haven’t grasped it yet), so it’s nice when something easy comes along. Like a total eclipse of the sun. It’s...

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Here’s what’s going to happen on April 8—and how you can enjoy the show safely

Northeast Ohio will soon have front-row seats for an extraordinary celestial show. On April 8, we will have the rare opportunity to view the first total eclipse of the sun in Ohio since 1806. If you miss it, the show won’t return for 75 years—when everyone will be partying like it’s 2099. How to PrepareTo prepare for Eclipse Day,...

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SOGO Homes and Marvel Developments are a winning combination when it comes to getting top dollar for your home

With the number of real estate agents in the United States hitting an all-time high at more than 1.5 million—and more than 35,000 just in Ohio—homeowners have seemingly endless options when looking for someone to help sell their homes. “With so many real estate agents in town, it can be a daunting task to find the best fit when...

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Introducing The Villas at Canterwood Farms, Concord Township’s luxurious Epcon community by 20th Century Construction

How does a low-maintenance, high-quality, turnkey home in an active community, where privacy is paramount, yet neighbors become friends, sound? If you’re an empty-nester looking forward to a worry-free and active future, The Villas at Canterwood Farms may be the right fit. “My parents, Tom and Doreen Riebe, started 20th Century...

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A Final Thought: A Fool on the Beach

I received a lot of nice feedback from readers regarding my January column. It was about how important it is to get out of our routines and try new things, so I decided to take my own advice and have an adventure. I have long been envious of snowbirds. What it must be like to leave Northeast Ohio after the holidays and come back when the...

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