In a culture where people eat and drink practically on the run, making and drinking tea is a way to slow down, say the owners of a unique shop on the shores of Lake Cable. Terry Gabet and Kurt Gibbons are co-owners of the Ohio Tea Company at 5569 Fulton Drive NW.
Mike Sturdivant quickly learned that he doesn’t do quarantine well. The 2001 McKinley High School graduate is used to be being busy. For six years, he was the regional manager for Hattie Larlham and served as the nonprofit’s representative on the executive boards of several community organizations, including Compassion Delivered Inc., Gigi’s Playhouse, Love the Children’s Ministry and P.A.L. Mission.
Singing bowls, gongs and chimes are placed and played on and around the body, bringing the participant into an introspective, spiritual state of being. Soulful Sounds Vibrational Sound Therapy, in Canton, offers group and private sound baths.
Each month, our staff shares their favorite “picks” of the month, whether they be TV shows, movies, books, podcasts, recent events, recipes they’ve tried, dishes from restaurants, places they’ve visited or a mix of a few.
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.
The new reality is that most weddings will be downsized due to social distancing guidelines. The important thing to remember is that it’s not your fault, but you do have to figure out how to scale back your guest list.
The times may have shrunk the size of your wedding, but an intimate celebration can be more memorable, meaningful and safe. Compared to a bigger wedding, a smaller one will be less stressful because it reduces the worry about sickness and germs, said Samantha Sands, a bridal consultant at the White Flower Bridal Boutique in San Diego.
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