Destinee Stark can’t wait to explore her new neighborhood. She moved to Plain Township with her husband, Aaron Jackson, a 2007 GlenOak High School graduate, in December. By March, they were sheltering in place with the rest of Ohio and haven’t really gone out much since.
This is the time of year when the thoughts of many turn to other-worldly things. Every community, it seems, has those places which have earned the reputation for being haunted, be it a cemetery, an old hospital, an empty school house or a Victorian mansion.
As the pastry chef at Hazel & Rye, Emily Welk estimates that she creates roughly 80 French macarons each day that the downtown Canton casual eatery is open (weekdays, 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.). Her most popular flavors are salted caramel, raspberry and birthday cake, which features cake inside the cookie.
As much as we love the sunny skies, warm temperatures and fresh air of summertime, sometimes it’s just too hot and muggy. And raining. Which is where air-conditioning comes in. Here’s a family-friendly guide to some indoor summer fun.
“The Little Mermaid,” presented by the Canton Ballet, is returning to the Canton Palace Theatre. Performed in 2015, the full-length ballet tells the familiar fairy tale written by Hans Christian Andersen and popularized by Disney.