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With a team roster full of baseball superstars-in-waiting, affordable ticket prices and a winning lineup of food and fun, the hits keep coming at Canal Park

With a winning season—only a game-and-a-half out of first place at press time—and a slew of winning additions to Canal Park, the Akron RubberDucks are having a moment. “Fans will notice improvements on our mission to improve the game experience,” says General Manager Jim Pfander. “First of all, to make for speedier, shorter...

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Experience Cleveland like never before on the newly renovated GOODTIME III

Captain Rick Fryan spends his days and many of his evenings aboard Cleveland’s iconic vessel, one that has been a part of his family for 65 years. In fact, Captain Rick’s grandfather and great uncle brought the first Goodtime to the shores of Lake Erie in 1958. Rick officially joined his father, Jim Fryan in the family business in...

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When doctors get hemorrhoids

Before seeking treatment in my office, many of my patients first visited their primary care doctor to find relief from hemorrhoids. They were usually prescribed a steroid cream or suppository, but when that failed to help, they were told that surgery was the only other option. But what happens when doctors get hemorrhoids? Do they follow the...

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The Starving Chef Recipe: Summer Sorbetto

Beat the summer heat with sorbet. This scrumptious treat combines the refreshing flavors of juicy watermelon, sweet strawberries and a zing of tangy lime. Summer Sorbetto Prep time: 30 minutesChill time: 6 hoursFreeze time: 8-10 hoursServes: 8 Ingredients 16 oz. frozen strawberries, lightly thawed24 oz. frozen watermelon,...

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En Garde Defense can help you stop damage to your landscaping and send deer back into their natural habitats

Deer damage is nearing its peak because area does are now pregnant with their fawns. That may be good news for the deer, but bad news for your landscaping. “When female deer are pregnant, they are extra hungry because they need to provide nutrition for themselves and the fawn(s) they are carrying,” explains Jeff Ardo, founder of En Garde...

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