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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Cleveland Hungarian Development Panel “Paprika!”

    Attending Paprika! is like taking a trip to Budapest – totally immersive, gracefully sophisticated in a charming, old-world style, not to mention a delightful way to sample Hungarian dishes, aperitifs, culture and dancing. This 27th annual event organized by the Cleveland Hungarian Development Panel (CHDP) was a celebration recognizin...

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The Cleveland Orchestra “Centennial Season”

          The Cleveland Orchestra announced its Centennial Season at a grand celebration with more than 1,200 people in attendance at Severance Hall. A reception in the Smith Lobby prior to the presentation in the concert hall featured libations and hors d’oeuvres by Marigold Catering, and music performed by members of the...

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American Red Cross “Fire & Ice Ball”

      Fresh battery power in smoke alarms is not usually a list topper for discussion at a formal reception. But the 25th anniversary of Operation Save-A-Life gave the American Red Cross Northeast Ohio Chapter an additional reason for celebrating at this year’s Fire and Ice Ball. Since 1992, when former chapter executive Steve D. Bul...

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“Illuminate” 41st Cleveland International Film Festival Opening Gala

  Captions  and Photos by Peggy Turbett With the roar of clacking keys, the Cleveland International Film Festival kicked off “Illuminate,” the 41st annual film fest with a multi-theater showing of “California Typewriter.” The documentary ode to the low-tech machine profiled various aficionados, including Tom Hanks, John Mayer and Sam Shepard....

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Invest Wisely in your Home … Work with qualified designers to avoid mistakes, save money, time and aggravation

              By SUSAN CONDON LOVE Pinterest, HGTV, designer blogs — all these resources are helpful when planning a home redesign. Sometimes, however, they give homeowners a false sense of confidence. There may be several reasons homeowners are unwilling (or scared) to hire a professional designer. It could...

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Premier area fashion, merchandising schools attract the best, brightest to the industry

  By SUSAN CONDON LOVE   Anna Schumm, 21, has been interested in fashion and design for as long as she can remember. The Ursuline College junior, originally from Findlay, is majoring in the college’s prestigious Fashion Design and Merchandising program and couldn’t be happier with the opportunities the school is offering for a future in a...

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Memorable prom styles help create part of the magic of the evening

By LAURI GROSS   Once upon a time, a girl and her mother burst into a dress shop in panic-mode. The ladies had purchased a prom dress online thinking they were getting an incredible deal on a designer gown, but instead they received a hideous, ill-fitting knock-off.   Lisa Barefield, marketing director at Henri’s Cloud Nine in Minerva tol...

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Stylish, warm-weather bridal gowns in which to comfortably say, ‘I Do’

By SUSAN CONDON LOVE   I have many wonderful and warm memories of my marriage nearly 29 years ago to the love of my life. Among the most vivid lingering impressions of that day? I was hot. Literally. I got married in Savannah, Georgia – the Deep South – in August in a voluminous, heavily beaded and sequined gown. Was I nuts to plan...

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Currents Cover – April 2017

    Thanks to Jonathan Koslen of New Image Photography in Chagrin Falls (216.464.8959 or newimagephotography.com) for photographing Patrice Ambrose at Scout and Molly’s Boutique in Hudson for our April cover. Patrice, a stylist for Etcetera, will be showing the spring and summer collection from May 18 to 31 in Chagrin Falls. For more info...

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