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Angela Gartner

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Angela Gartner is the editor at Northeast Ohio Parent Magazine. She previously served as editor for family and general interest magazines in the region. As a journalist, her articles and columns have appeared in newspapers and other publications including The News-Herald, Sun Newspapers as well as the Chicago Tribune. She grew up in Northeast Ohio and is a mom of two boys. The whole family is busy each weekend with sports and finding new happenings around the region. She loves reading books, being a board member at the Cleveland Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, and taking the family dog, a Scottish Terrier named Jagger, on his walks.

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The Road to 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Education Things to do

Megan Knight and her sons, twins Gavin and Tyler, 6, and Casey, 2, frequent the Highland branch of the Medina County District Library. This year, the system joined other libraries

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‘Sea’ the New Changes at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium

2018 Editions Magazine May 2018 Things to do

Changes are underway at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium, which is housed in the historic FirstEnergy Powerhouse on the West Bank of the Flats in downtown Cleveland. read more

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Seeking Safe Havens: How the Opioid Epidemic has Affected the Foster Care System

Foster care agencies in Cleveland, Ohio
2018 Editions Magazine May 2018 Parenting
There is an increase in the number of kids going into foster care due to the opioid epidemic. Child welfare agencies across Northeast Ohio are seeing firsthand the impact it has on the family unit when a parent is a substance abuser. Children are likely to be removed from that environment until mom, dad or both recover, or they could be placed permanently. Agencies are hoping new foster parents answer the call to help kids in need. ...
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10th Annual Stop the Hate Contest Winners Named

Ten high school juniors and seniors competed for the title of grand prize winner at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage’s 10th Annual "Stop the Hate Youth Speak Out" essay writing contest. The top 10 essays were read as students vied for a chance to win the grand prize of a $40,000 scholarship.  ...
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Editor’s Review of Fortnite Battle Royale: the New Craze for Tweens and Teens

2018 Editions Ages & Stages April 2018 Featured Magazine Teens Worth Noting

Has your son or daughter been stressed because they didn’t get their mobile invite to play yet? Yes, my oldest son was too. read more

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ClusterTruck expanding Delivery Zone in Cleveland

Worth Noting

ClusterTruck moved into the downtown Cleveland in December, but is now expanding its delivery area.

However, you don’t have to go to them — their delivery drivers will come to

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Youth Lead Talks on Tough Issues

2018 Editions Magazine March 2018

Students from schools across Lake County attended the 2018 Youth Leadership Summit, presented by Crossroads and Lake County Youth Council, last month. The Lake ADAMHS funded program provided an opportunity

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Mosaic Weighted Blankets Review & Giveaway

mosaic weighted blankets
2018 Editions Ages & Stages February 2018 Magazine Special Needs
Many kids who have anxiety, sensory or sleep issues might benefit from a weighted blanket that can provide a sense of comfort. Learn more about Mosaic Weighted Blankets, including how to select the correct weight for your child. Also, find out how you can win one! ...
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Adventures in Reading: Summer Camp Books for Kids

Books about summer camp
2018 Editions Ages & Stages Camp Featured February 2018 Magazine Parenting

Want to get your kids in the the spirit of summer camp? Here are some books for kids — and a bonus book for parents — about life away from

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Help for Parents whose Children Struggle with Impulse Control

impulsivity in kids
2018 Editions Ages & Stages Featured January 2018 Magazine Special Needs

Some children grab something they shouldn’t or might yell, scream or jump. While this can be often seen as part of development, sometimes there is more to these impulsive

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