Allison Rowe is the marketing coordinator for Visit Canton. You probably have read one of her blogs on VisitCanton.com. She enjoys shopping, going to Zumba at the Y, spending time with friends and family, going to concerts, exploring museums and watching football. Allison is a Stark County native and is excited to soon work, play and live in Canton, with her soon-to-be-husband, Andy Gromofsky, whom she met at Walsh University.
In one of the year’s most anticipated debut psychological thrillers, a family made infamous by a true crime documentary is found dead, leaving their surviving son to uncover the truth about their final days.
Joy Ellis is a North Canton based vocal instructor and acting coach. She has been training students since 2008, specializing in vocal technique building for longevity, vocal health, performance and audition prep. Joy helps speakers, actors and singers find their confidence by helping them build solid skills that will allow for optimal performance.
On the stage of the Soho Caixabank Theatre in Malaga, the actor Dani Rovira offers his most sincere, delirious and non-filtered vision of the human being in these current times. If your laughter is primitive, you’re a vegan, you have a dog or a cat, you frequently visit Instagram, you’re doing remodelings, you’re a mother or Antonio Banderas himself, if you use dating apps, you’re just quick-tempered, etc., get ready: There’s hate for everyone. Oh! And don’t be offended!
From the award-winning Southern writer who Roxane Gay calls “a consummate storyteller” comes a cathartic novel about the life-changing weekend shared between two strangers: a therapist and the man she prevents from ending his life.
Barbara Abbott is the owner of Canton Food Tours and co-author of the book “Stark County Food: From Early Farms to Modern Meals.” She lives in Jackson Township with her husband, Mike, and son, Dominic. She loves to read, eat good food, spend time outdoors and can’t wait to get back to socialization with friends.