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Marie Elium

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Marie Elium spent 10 years as a newspaper reporter in Virginia and Ohio before switching to freelance writing when her two children were young. The kids are now Millennials, but writing continues to be one of her favorite endeavors. Marie was named editor of Northeast Ohio Boomer and Beyond magazine in November 2015 and is a graduate of Miami University. Marie can be reached at [email protected]

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Here’s What You Can Get Rid of Today for a More Organized Home Tomorrow

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The start of a new year is a good opportunity to make a clean sweep of all those items that you've collected - dare we say hoarded? - over the years. But what really needs to go? This list is a great way to start your January decluttering. Grab some bags, set aside a few hours, and dig in. ...
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A Subtitle State of Mind; Make Plans Now for the Cleveland Interntional Film Festival

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So, you like movies? Do you really like movies? We mean, do you really like A LOT of movies? Then you'll want to block off the dates for the Cleveland International Film Festival before your late winter calendar fills up. We've got the dates; you just need to make the time. ...
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What Kid Wouldn’t Remember Skating with Grandma and Grandpa? Make Memories at Wade Oval

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Warm up with a few turns on the ice at The Rink at Wade Oval in University Circle. Kids of all ages (and we're talking you, Boomers) can rent a pair of skates and see if the ice is just as hard as you remember it. ...
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Try an Annual 401(k) Checkup

We've got a few days left in the year to review key 401 (k) issues. Take a break this week and make sure your money is working today so you'll be more secure in retirement. ...
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Snowshoes, Cleared Snow & More. Hit a Trail Regardless of the Weather

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We know how it is. Cabin fever sets in shortly after the holidays and persists through April. You WANT to get outside and exercise, but cranky knees and icy sidewalks make for a dangerous combination, and taking a winter walk may not be your idea of fun. You' may find surer footing on trails in many of our local parks along with lots of things to do outdoors. Start with the Geauga Park District for ideas. ...
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The Cleveland Orchestra to be Featured Nationwide on Great Performances Jan. 11

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The Cleveland Orchestra is 100, and now the rest of the world can help celebrate with a special PBS presentation in January that features the sounds of this cultural treasure. ...
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12 Facts About Social Security You May Not Have Know (but will now!)

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Several members of Congress have proposed legislation to address the program’s long-term funding issues. But given the deep political divides on Capitol Hill, it’s unlikely that Congress will make any effort to reform Social Security until there’s the possibility of bipartisan support. ...
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Cleveland Stories Dinner Parties: Mobsters, Millionaires’ Row & Rock Legends

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The good, the bad and the crazy all get covered during free, weekly storytelling sessions offered through the Cleveland History Center of the Western Reserve Historical Society and the Music Box Supper Club. Superman, mobsters, a burning river and millionaires' mansions. Think you know Cleveland history? Think again. ...
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