My musical ability ended with my screeching attempt at the clarinet back in middle school. Actually, I’m pretty sure it ended long before that, but it took me until my eighth grade year to convince my parents that it just wasn’t going to work out for me.
The best-seller at Pulp Juice and Smoothie bar isn’t juice or a smoothie. It’s the PB&G wrap. So what’s the G stand for? “Granola,” says Pulp owner Erin McKelley. “It’s addictive. People get one and then we see them back a couple days a week.”
I do what I do because I care. My community is most important to me, and the arts are the heart of a growing successful community. I hope all the hard work by volunteers will stimulate interest in companies that are looking for a place to call home and will help provide employment opportunities.
Expect some extra sizzle this season when the basketballs start bouncing at Canton Memorial Civic Center this month. The Canton Charge, the D-League team of the Cleveland Cavaliers that began here last year, has added an eight-member dance team to the action this season.
The story of Stephanie Rothrauff and Ryan Helline reads almost like a fairy tale. Ryan grew up in Wilmot, Ohio, and studied at the Ohio State University. Stephanie grew up in North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania and studied at Purdue University.