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Three centers the Cleveland Cavaliers should consider in free agency

The Cleveland Cavaliers are fresh off of a resurgence, posting a winning record for the first time since they made it to four straight NBA Finals. A large part of their success was the stellar play of their star-studded frontcourt featuring Rookie of the Year runner-up Evan Mobley, All-Star Jarrett Allen, and Sixth Man of the Year runner-up Kevin Love in their rotation.
CLEVELAND, OH
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Companies use culture, care to compete with mega employers and wage hikes: Top Workplaces 2022

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Large wage increases are making headlines, with the largest companies generally leading the charge. Amazon raised its hourly minimum to $15 in 2018, and is lobbying for a $15-an-hour federal minimum wage. Target raised wages and recently announced its minimum wage would increase to $24-an-hour in certain markets. Costco, Walmart, Starbucks and many other large employers keep raising the bar with pay increases and more benefits, like tuition reimbursement or bonuses.
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Crocker Park Wine Festival tickets on sale for 2022 event

WESTLAKE, Ohio – Tickets are on sale for the annual two-day Crocker Park Wine Festival. The fest includes more than 150 local, national and international wine producers as well as beer, spirits, local sellers, food vendors and more. Attendees can saunter through a few blocks of the shopping district while sipping wine and hearing live music.
WESTLAKE, OH
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Ohio woman wins $1M Powerball on lottery app

"When I opened the big winner email, I thought, 'Something isn't right. Does that say a million dollars? I'm not believing that this is real,'" said Vennetta, recalling how she was expecting just a $12 or $18 win. "We don't gamble, period, so (my husband) was like, 'That might be fake.' I said, 'I've gotten payouts before on Jackpocket! I think I hit it. I think this is real!'"
CLEVELAND, OH

3 Food Challenges To Tackle in Ohio

Do you consider yourself to have a big appetite? Are you known for consuming large quantities of food in one sitting?. If the answer is yes, perhaps you should consider checking out these food challenges in the Buckeye State.
LAKEWOOD, OH
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Rock Music & Fashion Meet in Runway Fashion Show at the Beachland

From Elvis to the Beatles to the Rolling Stones to David Bowie to Madonna, rock stars influenced how their fans dressed, setting styles for their youthful base. The gowns and matching suits of the Motown artists spoke of their upward aspirations. Queen, Stevie Nicks, Cyndi Lauper, Blondie, the Clash — all are known for both their music and their look.
CLEVELAND, OH
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Shake It, a Casual Burger Concept from FWD Hospitality, Coming to Former Kindred Spirit Space at Van Aken District

After two bites at the upscale-casual apple, Michael Schwartz is going in a completely different direction with his space at Van Aken District in Shaker Heights. After closing Kindred Spirit late last year, which replaced the short-lived Sawyer’s restaurant, Schwartz of Forward Hospitality says that he is opening “a fun, approachable, simple and quick” burger concept.
SHAKER HEIGHTS, OH
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Chef Michael Grieve Takes Over the Grocery in Ohio City, With Ambitious Plans to Follow

After seven years as chef at Tartine Bistro in Rocky River, Michael Grieve was making the rounds at various local restaurant kitchens while pursuing a place of his own. A chance meeting with Rachel Kingsbury ended up with the two exchanging ownership of The Grocery. As of five days ago, Grieve is the proud proprietor of the Ohio City-based café and market (2600 Detroit Ave., 216-387-1969).
CLEVELAND, OH
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Learn about hermit crabs at Mentor library program

Kids ages 7 through 12 can learn about hermit crabs, create some crabby crafts and even meet a real live hermit crab during the Hermit Crab Hang Out at 1 p.m., July 7, at Mentor Public Library’s Main Branch, 8215 Mentor Ave. The program is free to attend. Due...
MENTOR, OH
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Barbara and David Isaacs celebrate 50th anniversary

Barbara and David Isaacs of Aurora celebrated their 50th anniversary on June 18 while vacationing in Mexico with their four children and their spouses, and nine grandchildren. They are the parents of Stacey (Howard), Jaime (Brant), Todd (Stacie) and Andy (Taryn). They are the grandparents of James, Conner, Ben, Miranda, Jillian, Lincoln, Delilah, Eva and Ethan.
AURORA, OH
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