As I walked in the door with an armful of pizza from Baja West Coast Kitchen, I was greeted with some confusion. “I thought we were reviewing a taco place?” It’s a fair question. The fast-casual restaurant formerly known as Baja Pizza Fish is either a pizza place with decent tacos or a taco place with excellent pizza.
When I was in elementary school, I would come home to an after-school snack of apple slices with peanut butter or crackers and cheese or veggie sticks with dip, which I’d devour as I sat at the counter doing my homework.
Located on Main Street in North Canton, Sprinkle City offers specialty cakes, cupcakes, cake pops, cookies and more. Stop by this local bakery to pick up a sweet treat any day Tuesday through Saturday or order a custom cake for your next party.
The older I get, the less I’m inclined to drink alcohol. Whether it’s a social situation, a dinner with my husband or just an evening at home, I’ve been finding myself saying no to booze and yes to a clear mind and quality sleep.
Under the guidance of Max Barton, executive director of the Canton Museum of Art since September 2014, the museum has steadily increased its public profile through programming designed to attract new visitors from all corners of the community and beyond.
This 18-hole course in Paris, Ohio, features 6,172 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. With reasonable rates for walking or riding a golf cart, Pleasant View Golf Club is the place to hit the greens alone or with some pals.
Andrew Rudd grew up all over the Midwest and moved to Canton in 1999. He teaches about movies and communication at Malone University. He also makes films and screens films, including directing 2019’s Canton Film Fest.
A young widow’s determination to provide for her children was the impetus for one of Stark County’s oldest and most successful retailers. For more than 90 years, Lingenfelter-Brill, a furrier and women’s apparel store at 670 W State Street in Alliance has been a staple of Stark County.