I’m not a huge fan of soup, except for tomato, and really only when it’s being delivered on the receiving end of a grilled cheese sandwich. But given the opportunity to cast my vote in a crowd-funding project—designed to select the recipient of much-needed funds from a stable of four worthy, creative and forward-thinking do-good contenders—and there just so happens to be soup on the menu, you can count me in.
ArtsinStark CEO Robb Hankins has seen firsthand the transformation of downtown Canton in the last decade. Now he hopes the change not only attracts new visitors to the Canton Arts District but also helps downtown Canton progress even further.
There’s been quite a bit of brew-ha-ha this fall about new breweries (four by our count) open now or opening in Stark County through the end of this year. Craft brewing is at an all time high—and Alex Fisher is getting in on the action.
I can remember the first time I ate sushi. It was about a dozen years ago when a friend took me to House of Hunan in Fairlawn. It was there I learned the ropes: navigating tiny dishes with chopsticks, gently stirring wasabi into soy sauce, “cleansing my palate” with small pieces of pickled ginger. Indulging in that first tuna roll changed me forever. It was as if I had been inducted into an elite club.