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Filmmakers from around the world will gather to showcase their art at the 14th Annual Chagrin Documentary Film Fest

“It began to feel that the drama of the truth that is in the moment and in the past is richer and more interesting than the drama of Hollywood movies. So, I began looking at documentary films.” —Ken Burns, documentary filmmaker It’s this passion for documentary filmmaking and the subjects it explores that inspired the creation of...

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With the popularity of live-edge tables dominating the creative scene, Unique Live Edge Tables has found its niche

There are entrepreneurs and then there’s Bruce Hanusosky. Bruce takes entrepreneurship to a whole new level and not because he’s been creating and running businesses since he was in high school. Bruce combines passion and talent to create high-quality products and services that fulfill a demand at an attainable price. It’s a business model...

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White Rabbit Kids: It’s a store with hard-to-find toys and more

The famous champion of the benefits of play for children, Mr. (Fred) Rogers once said, “Play is really the work of childhood.” Well, if that’s true, Lauren Dannemiller, owner of White Rabbit Kids, is one hard worker. Lauren grew up surrounded by four siblings, not a lot of television or store-bought toys, several rabbits the kids were...

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Celebrate community unity at the inaugural West Geauga Unity Day

Come one, come all, and join your Chesterland, Newbury and Russell neighbors for the inaugural West Geauga Unity Day, on Sunday, August 27, at West Geauga High School. The West Geauga Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with Chester Township Police Chief Craig Young and the Chester Township Police Department, is hosting this event to bring...

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Rosso di Montalcino—Brunello’s little brother

Last month, we reviewed Brunello di Montalcino and noted that the Brunello name is derived from the Italian word for “brown.” This month’s wine choice, Rosso di Montalcino, was once known as Vermiglio (vermilion), meaning “brilliant red color,” to describe its color. “Rosso di Montalcino has been called Brunello’s little...

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