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‘Faces of Cleveland’ debuts in style: Sara Renee and Victor Bracero put a face on the unnoticed
Walking into the Opening Gala for The Faces of Cleveland exhibit at Victor Bracero’s Hair Studio in Cleveland called to mind the imaginative style, taste, and ambience of famous artists debuting po...
Aug 13, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 66 66 recommendations | email to a friend
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Firearms across America: Why Ben Vincent feels comfortable owning and selling guns
December 14, 2012, was not the best day for anyone to open a gun shop. That was the day of the Sandy Hook shooting in which 26 people — 20 first-graders and six adults — were shot and killed at San...
Aug 10, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 79 79 recommendations | email to a friend
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Clevelanders show hospitality to international delegates
When representatives from Cleveland were invited to host delegates from an international convention held in Atlanta, they were excited for an opportunity to show hospitality and love to people they...
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An event 160 years in the making
In 1854, major streets were lit by coal gas for the first time, Smith & Wesson patented metal bullet cartridges, Abraham Lincoln made his first political speech at the Illinois State Fair, the Repu...
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Dana Darnell: Taking a closer look at yoga
Dana Darnell, a yoga instructor in Cleveland, has been practicing yoga on-and-off for the past 10 to 12 years. She said the benefits of yoga changed her life. She also admits to having had reservat...
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A peek into the colorful, creative world of Beth Young
There is a colorful, creative theme circulating in the life of Beth Young, a wife and mother who understands the importance of making time for arts and crafts. Young was born in Chattanooga but rai...
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Walter McGill: TransAmerican Crosswalker walks the walk
The second oldest man to walk from coast to coast, Walter “Chick” McGill has set out to become the first man to carry the U.S. Flag from “sea to shining sea.” “God told me to do this,” McGill said....
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Where the rivers flow: A special voyage
A special voyage How Bobby Lewis turned a boating excursion into an adventure
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Jane Lackey to be featured in American Craft
Jane Lackey, a former resident of Cleveland and a 1966 graduate of Bradley Central High School, has been honored as a recipient of a prestigious 2014 American Craft Council Award and will be induct...
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Ultimate Frisbee offers ultimate fun, exercise
If you want to have fun and live a more active lifestyle, you might try playing Ultimate Frisbee with family and friends. In 2012 there were 5.1 million Ultimate Frisbee players in the U.S. The gam...
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