A Month of Celebration

It's June, and a lot of exciting things are happening this month. Spring is in the air now, but pretty soon we will be celebrating the longest day of the year on the first day of summer. The first week of June is Fishing Week, and, interestingly, it is also National Gardening Week. Best Friends Day is June 8, and…

June 2017 Around Town

Come out, have a good time, and support a great cause! On July 8, 2017, experience a 120-mile run that starts in Medina and ends in Lodi with stops in Lafayette, Jeromesville, Butler, and Lakeville. The ride starts at Stingers Harley Davidson, 3503 Eastpointe Drive, Medina, with registration beginning at 10 am. The last motorcycle will go out at 11…

Peters Professional Landscaping

Since 1992, Peters Professional Landscaping, of Medina, has been beautifying landscapes across Northeast Ohio. Offering landscape design and year-round maintenance services, the Peters Professional team will tackle any of your outdoor projects.

Uncorked Medina Wine Festival

Imagine a backdrop of fine wine, local microbrews, irresistible food, and entertainment all set in the sleepy Medina County countryside. This setting will soon be a reality at Buffalo Creek Retreat in Seville when the first-ever Uncorked Medina Wine Festival debuts in July.

Choose Your Brew

Mix-and-Match the Perfect Six Pack for Summer

Brunswick’s Largest Man Cave: Havana’s Choice Cigars

“We consider ourself Brunswick's Largest Man Cave,” says Don Raimondo of Havana's Choice Cigar. The lounge, located on the northern end of Brunswick off of Pearl Road, exudes all the qualities that a man cave should: comfort, camaraderie, and, of course, cigars.

Feature Fishing Spots

As we move closer to the Summer Solstice, sunny days in the Medina County wilderness are growing longer. Of course, longer days mean more opportunity for outdoor adventure in the Medina County Park District. “I love the parks,” says Park District Communications Coordinator John Gladden. “We have 18 open parks, preserves, or trails, and 12 of those locations include fishing…

Style Your Space

When it comes to home design, professionals have noted a shift toward turning your home space into your own personal getaway. For many, this means making the space both more practical and beautiful. But how can one make, say, a garage into a stunning, stress-free space?

Every Thing Coming Up Roses

Rosewood Grill brings the outdoors in and exists in perfect harmony with its lush, natural surroundings. Pull up a cozy Adirondack rocking chair or two alongside the curving, free-form fire pit tucked underneath cedar-planked pergolas on the patio. “There’s a party on the patio around the fire pit each night,” quips Chris Kneeland, Managing Partner of Rosewood Grill. “It’s the…

Baldwin Wallace Student String Camp Offered in June

Music has many benefits in life that help your body and mind. That is why, in Brunswick, orchestra students practice playing music every day. They even have the opportunity to practice music outside of school. Orchestra students from grades four to nine with a minimum of four months of playing experience also have the opportunity to go to String Camp.…

Fifth Annual Bread For Brunswick

This year, the Bread For Brunswick benefit concert was hosted at the Barn at Mapleside. An estimated 330 people attended for music, raffles, and games... and to make a difference. The concert generated roughly $8,800 for the Brunswick Food Pantry. (Photos by Jackie Fedak)

Celebrating Young Professionals

For the past two years, Brunswick City School’s nationally award winning backpack journalism and video production program, the BEAT, has been inducting alumni into their newly established Hall of Fame. This year, two more alumni were inducted in May; “Disco” Gabe Wasylko and Rohan Srivastava.