As we pulled into the long driveway of The Twisted Olive, we stopped to let an idyllic family of deer cross the road. It was a good omen. The restaurant, in the former Belden family lodge tucked inside Green’s Southgate Park, was the perfect weeknight escape.
Mandi Johnson makes it look easy. The 32-year-old Stark County native runs Making Nice in the Midwest, a blog where she chronicles home remodels, DIY projects and travels with her family. She’s also a frequent contributor to A Beautiful Mess, a popular lifestyle company founded by sisters Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman.
Jessica Holbrook taste-tests the Double Crust Gangster Calzone, Bada Bing Buffalo Chips, Broken Lasagne, the house salad, breadsticks, Chicago Pie and Chicken Philly & Fries Pie at Danny Boys Italian Eatery.
The University of Mount Union wants you to know that it isn’t your typical small-town private college. “I think it somehow manages to do something a lot of schools don’t do,” said President Dr. W. Richard Merriman Jr. “It maintains a family feeling. There’s intimacy. …”
It’s Monday night—well, technically Tuesday morning. And I’m trying not to look at the alarm clock. It’s illuminated red numbers, which have long slipped into the single digits, are taunting me. A glowing reminder that I am awake despite all of my efforts to the contrary.
Jessica Holbrook taste-tests hush puppies, crawfish tails, shrimp linguini with Cajun seasoning and a combo platter with cod, onion rings, fried clams and a crab cake at Eadie’s Fish House Grill & Pub.
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