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Anthony Piscazzi’s local, handcrafted, small-batch spirits are making a big splash in Northeast Ohio

Anthony Piscazzi, founder of the popular The Merchant Tavern, in Akron’s Merriman Valley, has quite the pedigree. His great-uncle John “The Merch” Piscazzi was the founder of Akron’s beloved The Wine Merchant, while his great-grandmother prepped for the restaurant in her Italian home kitchen. In high school, Anthony bussed tables for...

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Neubert Cabinet Refinishing can update your kitchen from tired to trendy with an exclusive process that creates a factory-smooth finish for a fraction of the cost of a remodel

If you noticed over the holidays that your kitchen is not everything you want it to be, now is the perfect time to make a change. And the good news is, you don’t have to break the bank or experience the weeks of downtime associated with a full kitchen cabinet replacement. One local company—Neubert Cabinet Refinishing—can give...

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A Final Thought: They Are Coming For My Job

Advancements in artificial intelligence have been in the news in recent weeks. Companies like OpenAI have developed software that creates original images and text. An app called DALL·E will generate an image based on your description. (It’s important to note that this AI system does not simply search the internet for an image; it creates it...

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The event team at The Aviator Event Center & Pub plans and hosts all kinds of custom events, from dream weddings and corporate events to showers, training sessions, and bar and bat mitzvahs

Many couples become engaged over the holidays, making January the official launch of wedding planning season. That means coveted venues like The Aviator Event Center & Pub are right now bustling with brides-to-be making wedding plans for 2023, 2024 and well beyond. Launched last April in the former 100th Bomb Group location overlooking...

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A Final Thought: The Power of Apology

I have been taken to task by Mimi readers upset at my use of Jesus’s name as an interjection in my November column, My How Time Flies. We often call out to the heavens instinctively and spontaneously in moments of great joy, fear or shock, yet one can soften these reactions to the less offensive “gosh,” “golly,” “jees,”...

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