As we begin 2020, a new decade, we set goals for what we want our future selves to be like. We take a glance back at where we have been and what we have done, and we try to remember to extend ourselves grace. January is a time to cleanse, to start fresh and not … Continued
Readers Choice 2019 Continues! Medina County Lifestyle’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards continue all this month! In December 2019, we asked you to nominate your favorite businesses for each category. Now it’s time for you to vote among the nominees. To submit your vote, simply visit, forms.gle/Jema3UHDbtGFVSVT9.The voting period will end Jan. 31 at 5 p.m. EST and we will announce the … Continued
The Made in Medina County Manufacturing Expo was held on Oct. 4, at the Community Center at the Medina County Fairgrounds. The expo welcomed actor and manufacturing advocate, John Ratzenberger, as the keynote speaker, over 60 exhibitors, a robotics showcase and hands-on demonstrations.
The mission seems simple enough: to eat well and to do good. Sérénité Restaurant & Culinary Institute on West Liberty Street in Medina not only brings a new choice for locals to eat at a fine, quality restaurant, but also an incredible program for their employees.
Sinick Family Dental, a locally-owned and operated practice, offers comprehensive dental care to individuals of all ages, from toddlers to the wisest among us. Drs. Jessica and Christopher Sinick and the entire staff at Sinick Family Dental focus on providing preventative dental care, and are especially passionate about helping little ones stay cavity-free.
The “Faces of Sacrifice” was a visual tribute to the men and women who served our country, including eight veterans living at Western Reserve Masonic Community in Medina. The gallery was captured by local photographer Nick Hoeller, and was on display on the third floor of the Medina County Administration building in November and December 2019.
According to The American Academy of Medical Acupuncture, research into acupuncture as a medical treatment has grown wildly over the past 20 years, increasing at twice the rate of research into conventional biomedicine. A wide variety of clinical areas have been studied, including pain, cancer, pregnancy, stroke, mood disorders, sleep disorders and inflammation of muscles and joints. As the studies continue to be…