Pizza Wars goes to what judges describe as a “fork and knifer.” With fresh, crisp veggies and a lot of girth, this colorful favorite won’t disappoint, especially when you’re trying to feed the whole family.
Five years ago, I became good friends with a gentleman in my beginner dance class. We had good dance chemistry, so we would go to multiple classes and open dance sessions each week. We weren’t “together,” but we’d check in and see if the other person was going and dance with each other frequently.
When I sat down to write this, I was two paragraphs into a story about how much I love pizza and ate it almost every day while on vacation when my phone buzzed with sad news of my boyfriend’s grandmother’s passing.
Dr. Merle Griff is the founder and CEO of SarahCare Senior Solutions and has led it to its current position as the only company that is currently franchising adult daytime senior care and activity centers.
Nowadays, you almost need a scorecard to keep up with the number of celebrities and politicians being forced to apologize for past misdeeds. Well, OK, mostly it’s men who are unable to keep their eyes on the road and their hands to themselves.
Dawn L. Campanelli proudly serves as the president of Junior Achievement of East Central Ohio. A native of Stark County, she loves spending time with her husband Nick, their children Alyssa, Brian, Tyler and Carrie, and grandsons, Ayden and Benjamin.
It’s ironic that one of downtown Canton’s biggest cheerleaders grew up in Akron. In 2015, Amy Eibel and her husband, Greg, launched Little Chicago Clothing Co., which features custom-designed screen printed T-shirts that celebrate Canton.
I consider myself to be fairly sharp, fairly with it. I have varied interests, am well read, tech savvy and pay (semiregular) attention to current events. But there are some times—and some topics—when I find myself nodding along with colleagues and friends, absolutely clueless. At the top of that list? Podcasts.
Style Canal Fulton owners Lori Julien and Karen Cool call themselves purveyors of fun vintage home décor and fashion. The boutique offers vintage items, new clothing, home décor, a line of chalk paint and artisan-made jewelry.
There’s a simple meaning behind the name of Mint & Lime Asian Bistro.
“Mint and lime means fresh. Everything fresh. Everything,” said Kenny Ly, owner and chef of the restaurant at 7180 Fulton Drive NW in Jackson Township.
Downtown Canton bakery JAA Dessert Studio & Café has all the sweets you could want. It’s a family-owned baking company offering custom desserts, cakes and pastries like the ones shown here. Stop in for a treat, or try a fresh deli sandwich.
Celebrating 30 years this year, Laura of Pembroke has been in the process of expanding its reach and services. The company recently broke ground for its Pinecrest location in Orange Village, Ohio, and the shop is set to open in spring.