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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Cleveland sports teams give fans reason to be excited these days

By MARTHA TOWNS Maybe it’s a good thing this city is so sports-crazy. It gives us something to think about besides all the very bad news from around the world. We were at the Jake (Progressive Field) for Jim Thome night that was an event to warm the cockles of one’s heart. Forget the naysayers who said the statue should have honored someone else. T...

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August 2014 Currents Cover – New Beginnings

Photograph by David Petkiewiczof Peak Moments Photography.    ...

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Couples take personalized approach to wedding planning

By SUE REID A “wedding wall” of lush fresh flowers, an outdoor tent with chandeliers, cathedral ceiling and windows, lace wedding gowns and bridesmaids in sparkly, mismatched dresses. These are just some of the amazing trends in weddings this season. Whether it’s clothing, venues, food or reception themes, couples are finding unique choices when it...

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Wedding “To-Do” list for brides

by BETH SCREIBMAN GEHRING Now that you’ve found the man of your dreams and have chosen a wedding date, you’ve probably begun to realize that there’s so much to do. A good understanding of the engagement year timeline will alleviate much of your planning stress! Ideally, you’ll want to begin nine to 12 months prior to your wedding day. Work out your...

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eSpark partners with schools using iPads for enhanced learning

By SUE REID Steve Jobs once called iPads a magical device. eSpark founder and chief executive officer David Vinca wholeheartedly agrees. His company, which began in 2010 and is based in Chicago, partners with school districts nationwide to help educators leverage iPads in the vast ecosystem of educational applications to both personalize learning a...

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Stan Hywet “Grand Voyage”

“Grand Voyage” to benefit Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens was an elegant, black-tie affair that drew almost 500 people to the grand estate built by F.A. Seiberling, the founder of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company. Guests were greeted by co-chaircouples, Beth and Marty Hauser and Leslie and Jim Pickard. The receiving line continued inside with E...

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The Holden Arboretum “Illumination at Woodland Twilight”

The Holden Arboretum celebrated the 30th anniversary of its annual summer benefit with this year’s theme — Illumination at Woodland Twilight. Benefit chairmen Mary and Tom Anderson greeted the 510 guests arriving to stroll the gardens, bid on the silent auction and enjoy hors d’oeuvres from The Driftwood Restaurant Group. Owner Chef Chris Hod...

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Magnolia Clubhouse “Wine+Cheese Party”

About 75 people took part in an open house in celebration of Bloomin’ for a Wine+Cheese Party to benefit the Magnolia Clubhouse on University Circle. Attendees browsed through the beautiful upscale resale shop and member art gallery and enjoyed wine and hors d’oeuvres provided by Kari Moore of Farm Fresh, in Cleveland Heights. This “get acquainted”...

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Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital “Island Christmas in July”

Guests were greeted at the Club door by Christmas elves (Linda Musarra and her minions!). Inside, Santa (Jeff Frantz) was available for photos, while violinist, Anna Oliver, played Christmas melodies. Outside, drinks and appetizers were served, and a great selection of wines was available, courtesy of World Wines & Liquor in Mentor. Ultralight...

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