September '14

House & Home | Books

Planning a project large or small requires the right tools and research. These books will get you started on the right path, provide great ideas and creativity for every room of your house, and get the whole family in on the fun.

Dinner in the Dark

Dinner in the Dark, Cleveland’s latest foodie fascination, brings six chefs together, cooking and sharing their passion. The participating chefs and the menu for the evening were not revealed until the guests arrived, keeping them “in the dark.”

Women of the Year Celebration

This year’s Women of the Year Celebration was held at the Gervasi Vineyard pavilion. There were 175 guests, who enjoyed a delicious lunch and music provided by a trio from the Canton Symphony Orchestra.

Daughters of Penelope Debutante Ball

The 46th annual Canton Daughters of Penelope Debutante Ball took place at St. Haralambos Greek Orthodox Church in Canton, with 14 debutantes. The chairman was Maria Bourlas.

Wedding spotlight: Howard and Katie Wernow

Katie and Howard met online in June 2011 and quickly hit it off. Together they bonded over their mutual enjoyment of the many outdoor public amenities Stark County has to offer. Their courtship flourished as they rode bikes along the towpath from Massillon to Canal Fulton.

Meal of the Month: The Blue Door After Dark

What happens when you take a wildly successful bakery and cafe, known for dishing out some of the most creative gourmet breakfasts around, and introduce dinner service? That’s exactly what owner Michael Bruno of The Blue Door set to find out.