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Floaters defined: Are you seeing things?

Have you ever swatted away a fly that wasn’t there, or dusted a cobweb that didn’t exist? If the answer is yes, then you’ve experienced floaters in your vision, which can be bothersome and even scary. E. Shanika Esparaz, M.D., double board-certified ophthalmologist and owner of Envision Opthalmology and Wellness, says that anyone can get...

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At P.K. Wadsworth Heating & Cooling, keeping your home comfortable is really about keeping your family comfortable

At Mimi, we talk a lot about family businesses. Whether it’s a brand-new venture or generations old, there’s something special about a company where family is at the forefront. P.K. Wadsworth Heating & Cooling is a fourth-generation, family-owned and operated business where family has always come first—theirs and yours. “My...

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The Chodaczek Team takes a different approach to home buying and selling

Jessica Chodaczek is a great listener, and a fast learner. These two qualities make her very good at her job as leader of The Chodaczek Team at LoFaso Real Estate. Listening and learning are just two of the reasons why Jessica received a National Sales and Marketing Executives (NSME) Achievement in Excellence Award. “I was nominated by our...

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Your deck revival with Chagrin Home Improvements

Is this weather for real, or just teasing us? You never know in Northeast Ohio, but one thing is for sure—we’re ready to say goodbye to winter and hello to warmer temperatures and lazy dinners on the deck. Will yours be ready when outdoor living season hits? “This weather has the phone ringing for deck maintenance and staining,”...

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Give Tempranillo wine a taste

After Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, the third-most planted grape in the world is Tempranillo. Surprised? Of the 570,000 acres of Tempranillo planted, Spain claims 500,000 acres, Portugal claims 45,000—where it’s one of the top varieties blended into Port wine, and Argentina boasts 13,500 acres. “While not much of it is planted in...

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