Letter from the Editor: Readers’ Choice: Your turn to tell us the best things about Stark County | September 2009
About magazine shows off some of the best people and places in Stark County each month — people and places that we find and highlight for you. For About’s first Readers’ Choice awards, we wanted you to tell us some of your favorites. That you did. And I think you’ve made some great choices.
Bestsellers. These are books we keep handy to read for relaxation at home or smuggle into work to devour on lunch breaks. We wake up to them, and they often are the last things we slide onto our nightstands before going to sleep.
Cutting back on meat? Perhaps your cholesterol is high. Or you’ve been reading “Omnivore’s Dilemma” or “Food, Inc.” Or you’re trying to follow Michael Pollen’s oft-quoted advice to “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”
After the whirlwind of summer picnics, September seems so — let’s see — boring. Post-Labor Day, there’s no holiday worth a potato salad, no excuse to fire up the burger burner. Not so fast. September once was party central.
Life is good! God has richly blessed me. I am very thankful for the life I have and the opportunities that have come my way. I was raised in North Canton and now call historic Ridgewood in Canton my home.
Storm doors offer your entry door protection from the elements and can extend the life of your front door, says home improvement expert James Dulley of Cincinnati. They can insulate and weatherproof the entryway, and they offer an added layer of protection for the front door.