Talk about inspiration. This issue features some of Stark County’s best living spaces, from a French kitchen to an English library to a Tuscan wine retreat to a great room in a log home. All are different — and spectacular.
A new Pew Forum on Religion survey has yielded some startling results. Seventy percent of Americans surveyed who have a religious affiliation said they believe there was more than one pathway to eternal life.
Few extracurricular activities require the kind of dedication, discipline and sacrifice of ballet. While they make dancing look effortless, those lovely, graceful ballerinas are the product of rigorous training, about 10 months a year. Ballet requires a serious commitment.
Fall and winter fashions are stocked in stores. Christmas gift merchandise is waiting to go on sale. The mere fact that summer is over will send many consumers into stores or onto online outlets. Here are books to help you understand your urge to shop and to assist you in getting your money’s worth.
A feast, whether for a holiday family gathering or a dinner party, deserves a festive table. And nothing sets the mood for such events as handily as guests spying a colorful table adorned with interesting and unexpected objects in addition to your best china, silver and crystal.
The task: Pick five of the area’s best and most scenic places to hike. The experts: Jared Shive, Stark County Park District, and Matt Cribbs, avid hiker and former guide who is Wilderness Education Association certified.
Living life to the fullest has always been a major goal of mine. From my early childhood, I learned from my mother and father that volunteering is a gift that you give yourself, and that has held true.