I’ve been growing the prickly pear alongside my home in Jackson Township for decades. Although prickly pears are edible, I enjoy the colorful flowers and stick to harvesting Seckel pears that are an arm’s reach away from them.
Canton Fine Arts Associates sponsored its third annual Springtacular Style Show and Luncheon in April. Held in the Wilkof Courtyard of the Canton Museum of Art, the show featured fashions from Macy’s, plus spring beauty demonstrations by Estee Lauder and Scott Talbot Salonspa.
Quota International of Massillon’s 20th annual Dinner and Benefit Auction was held at the Meyer’s Lake Ballroom in April, attended by 250 people. The event netted approximately $31,300.
I’ve been thinking about the gig economy a lot lately—a workforce comprised of freelancers, contractors and those engaged in on-demand work opportunities, thanks in large part to changing technology and the decline of traditional, full-time jobs.
Instead of telling you how he got interested in fishing, Codey Reed prefers to show you. From a shelf in the family’s garage, he picks up a small, two-tone green and tan plastic tackle box that his late grandfather gave him when he was a year old.