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Choosing the right cabinets

With myriad styles, colors and levels of quality available, it may be intimidating to shop for the ideal cabinets for your new kitchen. Below, Steven Parker, vice president, kitchen and baths at Kiba Studios, in Medina, offers some helpful hints about where to begin. Q: What variables should people consider when they shop for kitchen...

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Candyapple Nursery & Landscaping can help get you started on your dreams

A hidden green gem in the heart of Medina, just two miles south of the square, Candyapple Nursery & Landscaping offers a refreshing uniqueness of stock you won’t find at your typical garden center. Its doors are now open for the season. All the gorgeous trees, shrubs, flowers (annuals and perennials) and plant materials are landscaper-grade,...

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Dogs naturally look for structure and a leader of the pack, and here's how The Dog Wizard can strengthen your role as the alpha

Living up to its name, the talented team at The Dog Wizard training center in Medina magically transforms behavior in pooches all over Northeast Ohio. Owners and trainers Steve and Aurelia Martin work with each dog to build trust, discover the rewards that reinforce the behaviors you want to see—and get rid of the ones you don’t—...

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Eat, drink, unwind, enjoy, and repeat at Blue Heron Brewery

Chicken wings and ice cold beer in the fresh evening air may be as much a part of summer as swimming pools, vegetable gardens and family vacations. Unfortunately, since early in the year, the ability to score an order of wings at many pubs and eateries has been precarious because of a national shortage. Not to worry. Blue Heron Brewery is...

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Northeast Ohio is experiencing a bumper crop of spring debris, including oak catkins and maple seeds, destined to clog the area’s uncovered covers

Whether you call them curly Qs or cat tails, the pollen-filled catkins that fall from oak trees are on their way. So are maple seeds, whether you call them spinners, whirly-birds or helicopters. And this year, look for a bumper crop. “The past couple of years have been mild for maple seeds, but not this year,” says Anthony Alberino,...

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