Our retail store may have signs posted to direct customers, but it's the scent that draws them in.
Within our relaxing store, customers can watch as Debbie stirs a pot of natural soap, pours a nourishing blend of shea butter solid lotion bars or mixes a batch of healthy bottled lotion, diffusing the scent of the day throughout the store. The aromas range from refreshing eucalyptus spearmint, relaxing lavender to soothing scents of oatmeal.
The unique experience not only allows you to see how its made but, also to smell and try the products before you buy.
Take a stroll through the Old River Shopping Area in Downtown Rocky River and explore unique boutiques, specialty shops and incredible restaurants.
Our charming neighborhood is rich with history and continues to be celebrated by merchants, residents and patrons today.
After a snowy Christmas, plan your warm getaway!
With so much time spent in the kitchen preparing food this month, why add baking to your list?
Find everything you need for your home or office at Maison by Paysage.
Find the perfect card to tell your new college kid how much you love them at Paper Trails!
Get your groove back right here in Rocky River!
Rocky River is full of salons ready to pamper those toes with the perfect summer pedicure.
Every dad loves a dinner out with his family, and thanks to these amazing burger places, you won't have to travel far to spoil your dad this Father's Day!
You don't have to travel far to celebrate the day of the Irish.
Spend Valentine's Day enjoying a delicious meal at one of these Rocky River restaurants!
What is the origin and history of Easter and why do we hide eggs and dress up as Easter bunnies?
We all know and love downtown Cleveland’s St. Patty’s Day parade, and the celebrations have been going on since 1867.
Centuries ago sending a floral bouquet symbolized your interest in the receiver.
Dating back to 1829, balls were created and then dropped as a way to tell time.
We all look forward to those fun holiday cards with smiling faces and happy families.
It was Louis Bamberger who organized employees to march in the first-ever celebration held in 1924.
A tradition that began in Ireland, turnips, not pumpkins, were the original choice for carvings.
Today Labor marks the end of summer, a day off from school and work, with fun parties and parades.
Getting new backpacks, school supplies and hopping on the bus are common now, but centuries ago this was unheard of.
Fireworks, flags and parades are now the fun ways we celebrate July 4th, but do you know what celebrations were done on July 4, 1777?