Jessica Holbrook taste-tests the cranberry almond chicken salad grilled sandwich, the Bam! Salad, the buffalo pizza, blackened chicken avocado wrap, sauteed veggies, roasted red skin potatoes, wild sockeye salmon wrap, goat cheese salad with chicken and BAM! balls at BAM! Healthy Cuisine.
If you’re looking to add some healthy juice to your diet, Restore Cold Pressed has what you want. Try the Detox 01 Juice with apple, beet, carrot and lemon for $9, the Seasonal Orange + Turmeric (see store for price) or the Plant Fix with spinach, kale, pear, lemon and ginger for $10.
I’m not sure what your social media news feed looks like lately, but mine is filled with engagements, weddings, newborn babies and ketone diets. Once one friend gets onto something, it spreads like wildfire. Insert the ketone diet.
If you’ve ever attended a wedding, a graduation party or a Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival event, chances are you’ve used a product from Tim Maloney’s company.
Joanne K. Murray is a Canton native who never has lived anywhere else—and has no desire to do so. The Lehman High School graduate who attended Kent State University at Stark began her career as an administrative assistant to Canton Mayor Stanley Cmich in 1968, a job she held for 15 years before entering the commercial real estate business for six years.
Weddings are complicated. From plus-one invitations to picking the bridal party to discussing the budget, wedding etiquette can be tricky for the couple and their guests. And it doesn’t help that expectations are constantly evolving with technology and changing social norms.
After working together—and becoming close friends—at Sluggers and Putters for three summers, Skyler and Caitlin finally started dating in 2014. Something just clicked all of a sudden when Skyler went away for a trip to the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Tennessee with a group of his friends from college. Skyler texted and called Caitlin while he was away to tell her how exciting the festival was and how she should join in the fun next year.
The Massillon Museum once again is hosting its annual island party as a thank you to city residents. This year’s event is scheduled for 6 to 11 p.m. July 20 outside the museum and will feature a pig roast and entertainment from the Jackson High School Steel Drum Band and reggae group Carlos Jones and the P.L.U.S. Band.