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.
El Rincon calls itself “a Mexican restaurant, always cooking the most authentic dishes.” The restaurant’s online list of reasonably priced “best sellers” at both the Canton and North Canton location is lengthy, which is another way of saying, “If you like Mexican food, you’ll find it here.”
Not long ago, I met Mary Bowman of Massillon. Back in the middle of the 1800s, she and her sister, Rachel, the granddaughters of slaves, were the first two blacks to graduate from Washington High School.
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, fitness coach Sean Robbins was well prepared to make sure his clients’ health needs continued to be filled. Coincidentally, he had just begun to offer clients online training.
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.