Nichole Cardinale has been in the promotions and sales business since she was in high school. She was the first business manager for Tallmadge High School’s newspaper, selling ads for the paper that her class created. As a student at the University of Akron, she sold advertising for the university’s student-run radio station, 88.1 WZIP.
Remember when you were a kid and you got so excited when something would come for you in the mail? As an adult, it’s not quite as much fun to check the mail—Thanks to bills and flyers. But it is exciting if you have a monthly (or quarterly) subscription box waiting for you. Check out all of these fun boxes—from hobbies to food to crafts for the kids.
The first time I tried a Bomb Coffee from Cultured Coffee & Waffles, I was intrigued. The fact the ingredients are under wraps makes it a bit more exciting than your average latte. I usually opt for the iced version, but it does come hot, as well. There’s a bit of cinnamon flavor, a hint of spice and a smoothness to it. It’s very tasty and an easy favorite!
In the morning, meet for breakfast at First Watch in Jackson Township. If the weather is nice, follow breakfast with canoeing or kayaking along the historic Ohio Erie Way Towpath in Canal Fulton. Watercraft can be rented. Prices are based on the number of people and distance, which ranges between 3 and 11 miles.
On the day Lindsay Kuhn and Andrew Carr got engaged, they were busy buying presents for their friends. Lindsay thought she was attending a birthday party for one of Andy’s friends at Gervasi Vineyard and insisted on taking a gift. She even brought presents for the friend’s daughter.
There’s nothing wrong with grabbing beer or wine with friends, but sometimes, you want a night out that’s a little extra. Enter The Still House at Gervasi Vineyard. The combination distillery, craft cocktail bar and cafe opened in December.
Gervasi Vineyard off 55th Street NW in Canton remains an Italian village in the making. Nine years ago, Gervasi Vineyard was the last workable farm in Canton and seemed to Ted Swaldo a good place to grow grapes.