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Whether it’s lunch, dinner or weekend brunch, the new The Aviator Pub is redefining the Cleveland dining scene

Most people know by now the former 100th Bomb Group location overlooking Cleveland Hopkins International Airport has been transformed into The Aviator Event Center & Pub, a stunning new venue that has already hosted some of Northeast Ohio’s most extravagant weddings. But what you may not know is the venue is also home to a restaurant known...

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Desiging your own healing garden

I first wrote about landscape designer Michelle Riley back in the spring of 2019 when my wife and I lost three massive spruce trees to disease and needed help designing a garden to fill the large, empty bed. Michelle put together a creative plan that included many different plant species along with details about the proper care of each. But...

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Keeping your gutters clean can be a real challenge, but The Gutter Boys can keep your gutter system flowing freely

Unless you’re a meteorologist, you probably don’t think much about how Lake Erie affects Northeast Ohio weather. It does so in two big ways. First, because the lake warms and cools more slowly than the land, it delays spring and fall. That’s one reason why late April can be so cold and early October can be so warm. Second, Lake Erie...

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A Final Thought: The Fourth of July

The Fourth of July is my favorite holiday. It’s pure celebration without any kind of moral obligation attached to it. Contrarily, while grilling out on Memorial Day, we should be thinking about all those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. On Labor Day, we should be honoring all of the hardworking men and women who built (and...

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A Final Thought: The Best Laid Plans

My wife is a strategic planner by both vocation and genetic predisposition. She’s always ready with a Band-aid or one of those tiny screwdrivers to open the battery compartment of a grandchild’s toy. So I was shocked when she agreed to drive south with me for a belated spring break vacation with no plan—not a single hotel or dinner...

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