The Western Reserve Historical Society in Cleveland is giving you the opportunity to share your experience with future generations. Continue reading Be a Part of History Today
CASA volunteers have a unique opportunity to be partners in these efforts, already coming alongside children as advocates and seeing firsthand the consequences of inaction to America’s children. Continue reading A Call to Meet This Pivotal Moment
You may never know who is a member of Alcoholics Anonymous. The organization is ready to help anyone who wants to change his or her life. AA started right here in Ohio. Continue reading Happy Birthday, Alcoholics Anonymous
These days, we are able to be affectionate at home. Once we step outside, the acceptable forms of greeting are limited to the laws of personal space. Continue reading What about the handshake? What about a hug?
Empty stadiums and arenas will be found everywhere in 2020. Just when it looks like sports will begin to compete, COVID-19 hits players and everything comes to a halt. The start of golf, NASCAR and horse racing give sports fans some hope. Continue reading Sports Sputter Out of the Gate
We all need to rewire ourselves to be sure we avoid the worst places to go with the Coronavirus around. Takeout and food delivery are safer options than eating at a sit-down restaurant. Continue reading Chart your Risks…Cedar Point Has
It is great to see the folks at our local restaurants again. Eating outdoors is a real treat. Jobs are coming back. The prospects for recovery are bright. Continue reading Unemployment and Employment
Nursing homes everywhere have felt the wrath of COVID-19. Ohio is no exception. As visitors begin to reenter, the rules will be strict. How all businesses reopen should be thoughtfully considered and expertly implemented. You start with a plan. Continue reading Ohio’s Nursing Homes = 71% of COVID Deaths
Wayne National Forest has many multi-use trails for hiking, ATV riding, horseback riding and biking. Continue reading Explore Ohio’s Wilderness
Masks should have three layers, personal spacing is a must and hand hygiene is critical. And don’t touch your face! Continue reading Why Do You Wear a Mask?
JCPenney (established 1902) and Sears (1893) were anchor stores in malls across the state. Think how retail has changed. Sears used to be number one for tools and appliances. Both had great catalogs. Continue reading Sears and Penney’s Last Stand
Outdoor drive-in theaters are making a resurgence not only for movies. Even graduations are becoming the things to do at a drive-in near you. Continue reading Drive-In Theaters Perfect for Graduation or The Graduate