Monthly Archives: January, 2013
By Jeff Gallatin Bay Village Officials at the Lake Erie Nature & Science Center believe the upcoming Mini Arts & Nature Academy, which combines the preschool programs of the center with their BAYarts counterparts, will send students down the path to success. An open house and registration for the academy, which debuts in September 2013, […]
Rocky River By Sue Botos Rocky River parent Maureen Kishna has one question for the school board and administrators: “What can we do to protect our kids?” Kishna posed that question at a recent board meeting, comparing the security system at Sandy Hook Elementary School, on the day of the mass shooting, to safety measures […]
Chef Matt Fish, Lakewood native and owner of Melt Bar and Grilled restaurants, will be a featured presenter at the Great Big Home and Garden Show at the I-X Center. Melt, with locations in Lakewood, Cleveland Heights, Independence and Mentor, is known for its gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches and extensive beer menu. Fish, a graduate […]
“Take 2: Your Guide to Creating Happy Endings and New Beginnings,” tells how a person can reboot his or her life at any point. The television personality will sign copies of her book at 7 p.m. Thursday at Barnes & Noble Booksellers at Crocker Park in Westlake.