Opened by the two owners of The Bistro of Green, a popular neighborhood grill now in its ninth year, this second location features a nearly identical menu, bringing an array of seafood, chicken, steaks and homemade pasta dishes to Stark County.
There’s nothing like an anthem from Journey to kick off a night out—unless it’s a live set of serious musical talent. These Stark County venues regularly substitute live gigs by local and visiting acts for self-proclaimed jukebox heroes.
The Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health agency of Alliance hosted Let Your Light Shine, a night of Las Vegas-style gaming at Brookside Country Club. The proceeds from the event helped to promote resiliency and to support critically important programs that give children and youth a healthier and more promising future.
There is nothing typical about a typical day in the life of James Waters, director of the Canton Film Festival. His day is spent writing scripts, creating concepts for marketing clients and filming music videos.
At Cook’s Art Supply & Framing, a set of 24 tubes of Reeves acrylic paint, a set of five Basics nylon acrylic paintbrushes, five 9×12 painting boards and an aluminum tabletop easel add up to about $48.
In March, Walsh University welcomed more than 260 guests for one of its most anticipated alumni events of the year, the 14th annual Las Vegas Night and Auction, Viva Walsh Vegas. Attendees were treated to a casual evening of fun and excitement while they helped raise money for a great cause—student scholarships.
Going to dinner for a night out is always nice, but it can become monotonous. Try taking an artistic approach for your next night out. Stark County is full of art-related activities to make an evening much more enjoyable.
Fiction. Historical fact. And the fantasy of playing professional sports turned real. Those are the subjects of recently published books by local authors that illustrate well their wide range of talent.
The Canton Ballet held the Red Velvet Party at the Joseph Saxton Gallery of Photography. Lindsay Zimmerman was chairman of the event. There were wines and beers, a cash champagne bar, a red velvet martini specialty cocktail and food stations by chef Ken Bucholtz of Brookside Country Club.