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Here’s what’s on tap for the season at Blue Heron Brewery

The most pleasant autumn view of colorful Austin Badger Park may be from within the shelter of the cozy heated outdoor igloos on the patio at Blue Heron Brewery, opines Ben Erjavec, chef and co-owner. “By popular demand we now have 10 igloos, which seat up to 8 people on comfortable lounge furniture and offer full bar and dining service,”...

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With winter golf not exactly a thing in Northeast Ohio, Bunker Hill Golf Course and Event Center’s golf simulators can keep you in top playing form until the thaw

Bunker Hill Golf Course and Event Center is the ideal venue to extend your golfing fun into the winter season—without leaving Northeast Ohio. That’s because Bunker Hill’s six high-tech, full-swing, indoor simulators are the next best thing to actually playing outdoors at iconic courses like Augusta National, Pebble Beach and Pelican...

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MDG Flooring America isn’t just a family-owned business; it’s a premium, customer-service enclave where expertise and service thrive

Home builders want to work with reliable vendors who do the job right, says Scott Powers, a former contractor. “It’s pretty simple,” Scott explains. “You want things done right, at a reasonable price, and you don’t want to have service calls. So, the quality of installation is probably the most important thing you’re looking for as...

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It takes a caring heart to care for the hearts of patients who visit University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center

Growing up running track at West Geauga High School and playing tennis at Ohio Northern University, Rachel DeCapite understood at a young age how being active is good for your heart. Now as a certified nurse practitioner (CNP), she is helping others improve their heart health. Specializing in interventional cardiology at University Hospitals...

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Everything you need for a complete kitchen remodel, all in one fabulous location at Design Surfaces Tile & Stone

Challenged by sold out and back-ordered computer components, the recent construction of a new PC required a piecemeal collection of parts vendors—a processor from one place, a graphics card from another and still another source for a brand new floppy disc drive. Fortunately, if it’s a new kitchen and not a computer that you’re...

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