Gary Brown has written articles and columns for About periodically since the publication’s inception, including pieces on books, recreational sports and historical subjects. A columnist and staff writer for The Repository, Brown enjoys such outdoor pursuits as golfing, sailing, skiing, biking and hiking. An avid student of the arts, he also uses those activities to inspire watercolor paintings.
A great chili recipe will warm both body and soul. A memorable chili recipe achieves a lauded stature based on its ability to stand the test of time, returning to our tables season after season when the temperature cools.
“Joy to the world!…” As an avid viewer of annual holiday light displays, I hold out a hope that high-tech exhibitions setting their lights to the melodies of popular carols will make heavy use of that well-known Christmas hymn.
“It feels like we’ve been in COVID forever.” Robb Hankins, president and CEO of ArtsinStark, has been operating in pandemic mode for so long that the back end of the proverbial tunnel seems to have disappeared. But he remains optimistic, even when the light at the front end of that passageway remains a bit dim.
Autumn offers a pleasing contradiction. The dying leaves of the season provide such lively color. Stands of trees of Stark County are canvases for strong reds, vivid yellows, bold browns and breathtaking oranges—all on a unifying background of fading green.
When Elizabeth Amireh’s son was away at college when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in the fall of 2014, she hesitated in telling him. “I didn’t want him to see everything I went through; I didn’t want him to worry,” she explained. “My mom did the same thing for me. She tried not to make her situation seem as bad as it was.”
Ghosts, goblins, skeletons, black cats and eerie illuminated jack-o’-lanterns inhabit our world at Halloween. This is the holiday when spooky and scary and downright creepy are sought out and celebrated. Here are a few ideas for turning your house into a domicile in which the Addams Family would feel right at home.
First time or frequent buyer, here is advice to heighten your home-buying experience. “When buying a home, buyers often have many questions running through their mind,” wrote Joey Marino, president of Stark County Association of Realtors last year when he posted an article about “Security Tips for Homebuyers” at the association’s website.
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