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Kingfish Seafood offers the freshest catch, and we’re wild about the Wednesday special

When a restaurant first opens, there is buzz—especially if it comes with a pedigree like Hospitality Restaurants, known for launching a host of landmark culinary icons. But it takes a special something to open to rave reviews and accolades (voted Best New Restaurant in 2018 by Akron Life Magazine), and, over time, manage to remain on...

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Every stunning home renovation begins and ends with Kaye Construction

Every year when Pantone releases its color of the year, it influences global design trends and products. It also energizes homeowners to take a fresh look around their home and see what can be spruced up. While the 2019 Color of the Year—Living Coral—can be both vibrant and mellow, it probably will be used sparingly by most...

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Vinyl plank flooring is topping most customer lists

Unlike some stores that attract just the bargain shopper, or others that cater to the luxury crowd, Floorz has something in store for every budget. We’ve found that regardless of where a customer falls on the pricing scale, he or she always wants an experience that includes dealing with seasoned professionals, top designers and expert...

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If you’ve got a passion for affordable home fashion, Consign Home Couture is a shopping must

Anyone who appreciates high-end furniture knows it signifies craftsmanship, innovative design, luxurious fabrics and materials, as well as bespoke finishes. To sum it up in six words: “You get what you pay for.” But at Consign Home Couture in Westlake, you’ll find much more than you pay for. The upscale consignment boutique...

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Tightening the belt on your finances

Unless you are completely unplugged from the world, it was impossible for you to not have heard about the recent 35-day shutdown of the U.S. government. The media reported on many government employees who, without a paycheck or adequate cash reserves, were unable to pay their rent or mortgage, pay for heat and electricity, and were unable to feed...

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