Andrew Codispoti, winemaker at Gervasi Vineyard in Canton, said that pairing foods with wine should be fun and far from intimidating. Nobody should be afraid to try different wines with different foods.
Gervasi Vineyard joined other wineries, hotels and restaurants throughout North America to participate in the first Wine Tourism Day on May 11.
Family vacations are always a great time for family bonding and exploring new places. With some careful planning, the trip can be packed full of fun from the minute you lock the front door to the minute you arrive back home, exhausted and ready to share stories of your adventures with friends and family.
While lilac bushes are a fairly low-maintenance perennial plant, they do grow better with a bit of human assistance. Here are three tips for growing lilacs, from horticulturists at university extension services. I wish you the best in your lilac-growing endeavors.
Kathie and Rick Clark of Green, who have three adult children, has found that the presence of rescue pets in their household has reduced empty nest syndrome and given them a strong sense of purpose in their daily lives.
Strength training is a beneficial form of exercise for everybody, no matter your age, gender, or fitness background. And no, it's never too late and you are never too old to get started. It's important to know a few fundamental principles of strength training
Spring cleaning can be a drawn-out chore, but that can change this year. The key to a quick and painless deep clean involves staying organized, having the right tools on hand and keeping track of time to ensure a quick and efficient job done right the first time.
Aultman West recently added digital mammography to its comprehensive list of diagnostic imaging services. The electronic imaging technology provides incredibly sharp images allowing doctors to see potential issues much sooner than traditional X-ray mammography.
For over a decade Theatre 8:15, across from the Green Post Office, was the center of a dynamic community theater experience for hundreds of local teens, adults, and families. Many went on to star in numerous stage productions at local high schools and local plays. Some helped to train others in dance studios around the area.
SOME FOLKS LOVE a good prank. Others love reading about them. I love both … that is as long as I’m not the victim or, as I call it, the “prankee.”
Nearly three years ago, the Thomas family of Louisville endured a tragedy that would change their lives forever. Jeff and Jennifer Thomas were traveling home after dropping off their youngest daughter at Camp Carl in Ravenna when another driver T-boned their vehicle after dodging another car that ran a red light. The collision left Jeff crushed by metal, according to his wife, Jennifer.
Megan Owens earned a middle school teaching degree and soon after went to work at Mathnasium Math Learning Center in Jackson Township. Little did she know that she would become the owner of the tutoring and learning center.
What if we could take March Madness and incorporate it into all other aspects of our lives? That is, what if we could seed those aspects from best to worst, just like it’s done with teams in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament that’s going on now?
I celebrated by 21st birthday the day the University of Akron Zips helped to open the 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.
The Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) is giving high school students the chance to explore pharmaceutical careers with its Pathways to Pharmacy and HealthSuccess programs.
In March 2014, the Jackson High School bands plan to travel to China to perform. The invitation to do so was extended as the direct result of the district’s global learning initiatives.
To most, “Beauty and the Beast” is love story filled with colorful characters and memorable music. At the heart of the production, however, is a theme of reaching beyond preconceived notions and stepping outside of one's comfort zone.
For much of the cast of Manchester High School's spring musical production of “Beauty and the Beast,” the latter component could not be closer to real life.
Choosing a church can be like choosing a cable provider to some, with endless options tailored to a person’s specific needs and interests. Some people like to stick to tradition, while others want to venture beyond convention.
Sylvia Thomas celebrated her 100th birthday on Feb. 11. She is a member of Grace Bible Church and worked at Cope Pharmacy until she was 98 years old. She has two sons, Larry (Micki), Bill (Judy), five grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren. To celebrate her birthday, she enjoyed a reception with her family.