September '16

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Champions

Fans celebrate at the Cleveland Cavaliers championship parade in June.
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Red Cross Bash

The 11th annual Red Cross BASH took place at MAPS museum in June. The event was organized by chairwoman Terri Greenwald and her committee with the assistance of Kim Kroh, the Stark and Muskingum Lakes Executive Director, and her staff.
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Tending bar

Bud Hoelzle hears all kinds of stories while making drinks at Jasmine Asian Bistro. In his 39 years of bartending all over Stark County, Bud Hoelzle has heard a lot, seen a lot and made plenty of friends.
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First Taste: Breakfast is served | Scrambler Marie’s

A popular item on the breakfast/brunch lineup at Scrambler Marie’s is the Awesome Avocado omelette ($9.49). The four-egg creation is stuffed with ripe avocado, bacon, bell pepper and a blend of cheeses, topped with sour cream, chives and sliced avocado, and served with housemade salsa.
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Lumen Nation

After 25 years in the industry, Tom Rafferty decided to bring his passion for lighting to North Canton. Rafferty opened his shop Lumen Nation about five months ago.
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Art deco returns

If you’re tired of tapestries, taxidermy and other crafty kitsch that have taken over mass retail, you’re not alone. The defining design trend of the past five years—a feminine mix of California bohemian and mid-century modern that’s ubiquitous on blogs and Instagram—may have crested.
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Ask Todd mega section

What is the tallest building in Stark County? You actually could win a lot of bets with this question because most people would say the Chase Tower in downtown Canton, the one with the Canton Club on top of it. And they used to be right.