View All Articles

Articles Showing articles related to: Greater Akron

Lenten dining at Mr. G's

On Super Bowl Sunday, Fairlawn’s Mr. G’s Pizzeria and Wings was positively blowing up, delivering hundreds of pizzas and thousands of chicken wings. “It’s one of the busiest days of the year,” says family matriarch Debbie Giardina, also known as “Mrs. G.” “We’re also crazy busy when Ohio State plays—and when the Browns...

Read More

Entering its fourth year, The Renaissance of Richfield/Bath remains independently owned and operated and an established part of the community

The locally owned and operated Renaissance of Richfield/Bath received a June 2018 deficiency-free survey administered by the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) as recognition of the bond of trust the assisted living and memory care community has built over the last three years with 300 families whose loved ones are members. While the ODH...

Read More

Walk in comfort and move in style with Vionic

Q: I am so tired of not treating my feet properly. I wear a combination of heels and flats (plus sandals when we go on vacation this time of year), and by the end of the day I can’t wait to get home and take off my cute but never comfortable shoes. I’m ready to treat myself and my feet better. Can you help? A: For serious style and...

Read More

Paying less at Floorz: More choices, bigger value

Most people recognize Floorz as offering a sophisticated, high-end buying experience—one that comes complete with designer input on color and style, and includes premium installation backed by a lifetime warranty. But there’s another area where we really shine, and that’s price. Ours is an all-in pricing structure, which means...

Read More

Downtown Akron's Crave has an eclectic menu filled with surprises

If you ask chef/owner Aaron Hervey what kind of restaurant his downtown Akron Crave is, he’ll hesitate, then say, “New American” or perhaps, “Eclectic.” That’s because Crave cannot be pigeon-holed. It’s American, yes, but also Latin, Thai, Cajun, Italian, Hawaiian, etc. It’s fine dining, yet casual, and it’s busy at both...

Read More