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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Interior designer Greg Morris feels right at home at wine&design in Tremont

In 800 square feet in the historic Tremont neighborhood of Cleveland, interior designer Greg Morris has realized a dream. “My goal has always been to open my own shop,” recalled the stylish Mr. Morris on a recent winter afternoon. The graduate of Kent State University with more than 20 years of experience in interior design shared his beginnings in...

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Spring home design buzz starts with Houzz

By RITA KUEBER Houzz is the leading web-based platform for home remodeling and design. The site’s millions of users, known as Houzzers, can post questions, gain advice, buy products, and find professionals, but mainly become inspired through thousands of posted photos for ideas on color, scale and functionality for everything from a mudroom to an e...

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Forcing spring, by cutting budding branches from your backyard

BY KATHRYN RIDDLE After enduring the brutal, bitter cold of this past winter, who isn’t ready for spring?! You can hasten its promise by forcing branches of your spring-blooming shrubbery and trees to flower indoors while you await their beauty in your yard. “Any time in March is good to cut branches to force,” said Jeff Griff, third-generation own...

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New downtown Heinen’s fills niche in urban community

You have to see it to believe it. The new downtown Cleveland Heinen’s location inside the historic Cleveland Trust Building at E. 9th and Euclid Ave. is the gem of the chain. The Cleveland Trust bank building first opened to the public in 1908. The architect, George B. Post, was known for his innovative engineering skills and was acknowledged as, “...

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Cleveland’s historic Bicknell mansion serves as gracious home for Cleveland seniors

By CAROLINE R. MERK Mansion Courts at Judson Park is a piece of Cleveland history. The stately brick and sandstone Tudor was originally the home of Warren Bicknell, president of Cleveland Construction. Built in 1920, it was designed by the notable Cleveland architectural firm of Meade and Hamilton, and its gardens were designed by Central Park land...

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Christ Child Society of Akron “Game Day!”

It was game on at Game Day, the annual benefit hosted by the Christ Child Society of Akron. Wearing apparel of their favorite college or professional sports team, with OSU scarlet and gray dominating the field, about 200 people had a fun-filled night at the St. George Family Center. Debbie Breyley and Anne Burris were co-chairmen of the event featu...

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Community West Foundation “Straight from the Heart”

The annual “Straight from the Heart” red-tie gala takes place in February, National Heart Month. The popular West Side benefit supports cardiovascular services at Fairview, Lakewood and Lutheran Hospitals. This year’s chairpersons were Gwen Print, R.N., M.S.N., regional senior director of cardiovascular services, and Anthony Vlastaris, M.D., region...

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American Heart Association “Go Red for Women”

Clevelanders celebrated another year of fighting heart disease and stroke on Feb. 13 by wearing red and attending the American Heart Association’s “Go Red for Women” luncheon. More than 1,200 guests poured into the Cleveland Convention Center for the sold-out event. In addition to enjoying a heart-healthy lunch, attendees had the opportunity to vis...

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Angie Fowler Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Institute “American Girl Fashion Show”

American Girl Programs, Inc. partners with nonprofit organizations throughout the country to present fashion shows to raise funds for children’s charities. Judith Matsko brought the American Girl Fashion Show to Cleveland 18 years ago, and has chaired it every year. It was her way of giving back after being successfully treated for cancer at Univer...

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