Ah, the holidays. Or as I like to think of them, that magical time of year when we all exchange Target gift cards. Going down a list and checking it twice is as old as Santa Claus. And giving gifts is a wonderful way to show someone you care and are thinking about them.
Craft brewers—the heart and soul of this Oktoberfest issue—are small, independent and traditional. They’re passionate and driven. They treat every batch like an experiment that comes to a head (pun intended) at the precise intersection of artistic devotion and scientific experiment.
I’ve been to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. I’ve experienced the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival festivities many, many times. I even worked for the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce for years, helping with marketing and media relations for the Enshrinement Festival events put on by the Chamber.
Right now, as you read this, we're finishing up our local faves issue (on newsstands August 21). In anticipation of our next issue, here it is, your handpicked, Jess-approved scrumptious seven day menu.
I’ve taken food tours, conquered escape rooms by the skin of my teeth, and let’s face it—I’m no stranger to the various downtown eateries. And yet, I was delighted to discover that there are a few things that even this fully initiated downtowner had left to learn.
By now, Garth Stein is certainly no stranger to the art of the interview. His third novel, “The Art of Racing in the Rain” sold more than six million copies and spent more than three years on the New York Times best-seller list, inspired a Young Reader edition, children’s picture books, a stage adaptation and currently is in development for a major motion picture.