This month marks one year since stay-at-home orders were put in place. While those were lifted, many people are still spending most of their time at home, and many are still working from home. Working from home definitely has its perks. But if you’re still making do with what once seemed to be a temporary situation, you might think of this as your cue to make some changes and upgrades to your home.
There’s big news for springtime at The Irish Pub & Grill, a popular spot at 8009 Hills and Dales Road NW in Jackson Township. A new all-weather patio with seating for 50 to 60 people has a projected March opening.
One of my great joys during the pandemic has been ordering takeout food. In addition to the fact that it gets me out of the house for a minute, I think I enjoy it so much because restaurant food wasn’t something I brought home often (or really ever) before the world shut down. The whole experience feels like a big luxury for me.
North Canton has a delicious new restaurant in its premium downtown spot, and I am crossing all my fingers that it is wildly successful so I can enjoy it for years to come. The Howlin Bird opened in December at 123 S Main Street, where Main Street Grille used to be.
As someone interested in my health, I tend to see ads for supplements and probiotics all over my social media feeds. Between Goli apple cider gummies, Skin Te (whatever that is), care/of vitamins, powder collagen and all kinds of probiotics, I see more than my fair share of ingestibles that are “destined to make you feel better.” But will they really?
Lacrosse 360 LLC is a small brick-and-mortar store in Hartville offering all kinds of lacrosse gear. The shop, at 854 W Maple Street, caters to lacrosse players, coaches and families in the area. It also has small events throughout the year.
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.