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Meet the Artist: Mary Hegarty, Mary Hegarty Designs

Gourds are one of the oldest crops to be domesticated by humans, and they serve as the unique canvas upon which local artist and designer Mary Hegarty works her ingenious, functional and resourceful magic. Mary transforms this ancient crop into unique lamps, birdhouses, purses and more. “The use of dried, hard-shell gourds originated in...

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Robin Katzenstein took a chance and won the 2019 Lake County YMCA Dream House

On Sunday, August 11, the 26th Annual Lake County YMCA Dream House became a reality for Robin Katzenstein, from Chardon, who turned the winning golden key and opened the front door to his new home Robin was one of 20 semi-finalists picked from among 107,446 ticket holders who toured the modern farmhouse-style stunner this summer...

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Meet the Artist: Stewart Helberg

If you take the time to change your perception and take a deeper look into the beauty of everyday life, you may find that you will see the splendor in something that is, at first glance, otherwise conventional. Local artist Stewart Helberg celebrates everyday life through his photography, taking inspiration from the seemingly ordinary world...

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Minkin's Music: Summer of Love

A very unique show coming to the lovely, intimate Cain Park Evans Amphitheatre titled the “Summer of Love Concert” on Thursday, August 8, has piqued my curiosity. The show was created by Glen Burtnik, the former multi-instrumentalist from the band Styx. His credits also include being a member of the original “Beatlemania” on Broadway (he...

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The Medina Walk to End Alzheimer’s takes place on Saturday, September 21, 2019

The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the country’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s disease care, support and research. More than 600 communities nationwide take part in the event every year, and it’s easy to participate. “Find a walk near you, register and start fundraising,” says Cheryl Kanetsky, executive...

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