It’s hard to imagine the Canton arts scene without Tim Carmany. The artist is known for his vibrant, colorful pieces. And he’s the owner of The Hub Art Factory, a cornerstone of the Downtown Canton Arts District where visitors can see rotating displays of some of Stark County’s best work.
Jessica Holbrook taste-tests a bowl with chicken chorizo and corn salsa; vegetarian queso; sweet potato and black bean, carne asada, pork belly and Baja shrimp tacos; street fries; carne asada burrito; taco salad and cauliflower buffalo wings at Street Side.
Kristin Worley did everything right. Worley, 42, has no family history of breast cancer but still actively took steps to avoid it. She breast fed, eschewed antiperspirants, never wore underwire bras and avoided getting a mammogram, mistakenly thinking they did more harm than good.
It’s almost impossible to feel stressed out sitting on the patio of The Winery at Perennial Vineyards. Nestled on farmland in Tuscarawas Township, not far from Navarre, the rustic winery invites you to grab a glass and maybe a slice of pizza and just relax.
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. …”
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