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The Best Gift of All is Family & Friends Wrapped Up in Each Other!

Happy Holidays everyone! As we prepare for the Holiday Celebrations and the new year ahead, let’s count our blessings and take time to enjoy our family & friends. Please enjoy our Holiday issue and its festive front cover “Holiday Wreath” by artist Karen Tarlton. 

As we head into this magical time of year, be sure to use The Showcase Magazine as your LOCAL guide starting with our increasingly popular “DINING, SHOPPING & SPECIAL EVENTS” section. This season, our pages are bursting with the best LOCAL businesses & professionals committed to serving you. Shop for those special presents at your LOCAL retailers, celebrate at your favorite LOCAL eatery and make sure to book ahead at your LOCAL salons & spas! We encourage you to take advantage of all the merchants advertising in The Showcase and to use it as your “Holiday Guide”!

In this issue, we have Showcased four LOCAL businesses: Capelli Salon, Eastside Dance Project, MYKrobiome by Dr. Farro and Roseann O’Keefe of NextHome Premier. Please take the time to read about their success stories! In addition, we welcome you to enter our Holiday Word Find contest on page 10 for a chance to win a $100 gift package from Ancona Bistro, Edgewood Pharmacy Boutique, Kreations by Anne Boutique and Olcott Squared Boutique! If you want to show off your baby/toddler for a chance to win the Cutie Pie award, go to page 10 for all the details. We love receiving all your adorable baby pics! 

In the spirit of Giving Back, The Showcase Magazine continues to feature three organizations in our “Giving Back” column. To view a list of organizations that we have helped support, please go to page 12 or visit our website at 

The Showcase Magazine digital version is available ON-LINE at, on Twitter & Instagram @TheShowcaseMag and on Facebook at Give us a like a follow and enjoy our social media presence. Our ON-LINE Business Guide also continues to grow with over one hundred businesses and new additions joining with every issue!

In our 26th year of publication and the OG magazine of our community, The Showcase Magazine was and continues to be designed to give LOCAL merchants an affordable print and digital advertising vehicle to reach their ideal customers.

Lastly, thank you to our readers and advertisers for supporting us and the LOCAL businesses and professionals of The Showcase Magazine. You have made it possible for us to give back to the community for the past 26 years and counting! Patti and I, and The Showcase family, wish you and your families a joyous Holiday season and happy & peaceful New Year! 

As always, we encourage you to SHOP SMART AND SHOP LOCAL!


Nina & Patti

Featured Articles

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Giving Back: Alzheimer's Association, March for Babies, K9s for Warriors

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