As someone interested in my health, I tend to see ads for supplements and probiotics all over my social media feeds. Between Goli apple cider gummies, Skin Te (whatever that is), care/of vitamins, powder collagen and all kinds of probiotics, I see more than my fair share of ingestibles that are “destined to make you feel better.” But will they really?
Lacrosse 360 LLC is a small brick-and-mortar store in Hartville offering all kinds of lacrosse gear. The shop, at 854 W Maple Street, caters to lacrosse players, coaches and families in the area. It also has small events throughout the year.
Not long ago, I met Mary Bowman of Massillon. Back in the middle of the 1800s, she and her sister, Rachel, the granddaughters of slaves, were the first two blacks to graduate from Washington High School.
Kara Hammett traces her career in cake designing and decorating back to the former West Point Market in Akron. Hammett, a 1993 Akron Buchtel High School graduate, had worked at West Point Market while she was attending the University of Akron to become a school teacher.
Charlotte Engohang has turned a childhood pastime into a lucrative business. Engohang is the owner of Akiba’s Too Hair Supply and braiding service, which has locations in Canton and Alliance. The business is named after Engohang’s 6-year-old daughter.
An online shop, Destinee Stark Shop offers apparel, art prints, coffee mugs, stickers, cards and more. Each month, Destinee Stark selects a nonprofit organization working in the areas of social justice, human rights or compassionate care for vulnerable communities to donate a portion of her profits to.
In a culture where people eat and drink practically on the run, making and drinking tea is a way to slow down, say the owners of a unique shop on the shores of Lake Cable. Terry Gabet and Kurt Gibbons are co-owners of the Ohio Tea Company at 5569 Fulton Drive NW.