Going to dinner for a night out is always nice, but it can become monotonous. Try taking an artistic approach for your next night out. Stark County is full of art-related activities to make an evening much more enjoyable.
Fiction. Historical fact. And the fantasy of playing professional sports turned real. Those are the subjects of recently published books by local authors that illustrate well their wide range of talent.
The Canton Ballet held the Red Velvet Party at the Joseph Saxton Gallery of Photography. Lindsay Zimmerman was chairman of the event. There were wines and beers, a cash champagne bar, a red velvet martini specialty cocktail and food stations by chef Ken Bucholtz of Brookside Country Club.
Joshua and Sherin became friends while working at the Barrel Room together. The other female workers informed Sherin that Joshua had feelings for her more than just minor flirting. She just thought he was a ladies’ man who liked all of the girls. Soon, Sherin realized that her feelings were stronger for him as well.
Brannon Braga's resume is looking pretty sharp: show runner, executive producer, Emmy-nominated and Hugo Award-winning writer, and now, director. Impressive titles, even by Hollywood standards.
In February, the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted 800 business and community leaders at its 100th Anniversary Annual Dinner Gala at the Canton Memorial Civic Center.
You’ve probably heard the buzz. Tapas 218 on Court Avenue NW has arrived with a whole new ethnic style for Stark County diners. Tapas, a Spanish version of appetizers, are at the heart of a cuisine characterized by sharing small plates, socializing and enjoying wine among friends.