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Monthly Archives: June 2014

Memories through time of childhood home

By MARTHA TOWNS Having been told that something has been destroyed doesn’t really mean you have to believe it, does it? Some time ago, I was told the house my family lived in before we moved to Chagrin Falls had been torn down. This did not seem possible and, in fact, seemed like a terrible misunderstanding. This wasn’t just an ordinary house...

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Sun-ripened on the vine – let’s talk tomatoes

  By CYNTHIA SCHUSTER EAKIN We all know it, so let’s say it right up front. There is nothing like the taste of a homegrown tomato. The delicious taste of summer can be yours with the purchase of a tomato plant and a few growing tips from gardening experts. Tomatoes are one of the easiest vegetables to grow in the home garden. All they need is...

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Summer sizzles with great food, music and theater

By BARRY GOODRICH Summer is the reason Northeast Ohioans put up with winter. School is out and fun is in. With plenty of fantastic food, sensational sounds and memorable theater to enjoy, summer days and summer nights become even more enjoyable. Cleveland’s growing reputation as a haven for foodies is bolstered by Gourmets in the Garden, which retu...

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Amazing people receive Smart Living Awards for commitment to University Circle

By SALI McSHERRY It’s amazing the people who “perpetuate the dynamic atmosphere of University Circle, Cleveland’s cultural, educational and medical jewel;” Judson President and CEO Cynthia Dunn said at this year’s Smart Living Awards luncheon. Each year since 2006, Judson has honored people who have been exemplary in categories including arts, educ...

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PlayhouseSquare “Dazzle the District”

For a while you might have imagined you were in Times Square on New Year’s Eve, such was the crush of humanity that gathered for the lighting of the chandelier which now hangs over the center of PlayhouseSquare at E. 14th and Euclid. Just in case you missed the fun, you can go downtown anytime you like and see the largest outdoor chandelier in the...

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Cleveland Clinic Children’s Gala

The Cleveland Clinic (CC) Children’s Gala, formerly know as the HeartThrob Ball, honors brave children facing medical obstacles. Now in its 24th year, the annual benefit drew close to 900 supporters to Cleveland Public Auditorium. Each year, three inspiring pediatric patients are presented with the Courage Award. The 2014 honorees were Mahmoud Ahma...

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Centers for Families and Children “Luncheon with Marcus Luttrell”

More than 300 guests attended a benefit luncheon for the Centers for Families and Children featuring decorated Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell. Guests enjoyed lunch at the Cleveland Convention Center while hearing Mr. Luttrell’s captivating story of courage, survival, patriotism and the power of family and community support. His message aligned with the...

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum “It’s Only Rock and Roll”

The BIG annual benefit for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, “It’s Only Rock and Roll,” was a rockin’ good time! The featured performers were Daryl Hall and John Oates, who sounded as good as they did 30 years ago. The duo was inducted into the Hall of Fame this year. Public Auditorium’s upper-level seating sold out for the show with 5,000...

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On Our Cover

The June issue of Currents is a celebration of summer on the North Coast! There are 93 days this year between the first day of summer on Saturday, June 21 and the first day of fall on September 22. It’s our hope that you will get out and enjoy each and every one of them, doing just about anything and everything under the sun!...

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