'Made from scratch' are the operative words at Clarencedale Cake.
As the search continues far and wide for the perfect hamburger, this month our journey took us to Cortland, home of the 4 Star Diner.
By By Eric Tranovich
Owners cash in on gourmet burger trend
Rachel Stegeman of Pittsburgh has been appointed concertmaster of the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra.
The New York art gallery that Jim Pernotto operated more than a decade ago specialized in works by newcomers and outsiders. The Youngstown native sought out artists with a fresh perspective who were looking for a break.
A craft beer brewery in Sharon offers authentic ales.
If Wednesday night’s Def Leppard concert at Covelli Centre was a celebration, then Vivian Campbell was having the best time out of everybody at the party.
Muscarella's serves dishes handed down for generations as well as new creations.
Kenny Chesney returns to Northeast Ohio for a show with Jake Owen and Chase Rice at Quicken Loans Arena Thursday.
By John Benson
“Isaiah’s Melody,” a film by Mahoning Valley residents David Anthony Romeo and Jason Rosendary, will be screened at 7 p.m. July 19 at Movies 8.
A new gallery will open this month at the Butler Institute of American Art with a collection of carved birds as its inaugural exhibition.
An interesting exhibition of paintings and drawings by the late Evelyn Killian brings the artist’s life full-circle. The exhibition runs through Aug. 30 at the Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue.
The band Blue Spectrum – whose members are all on the autism spectrum – will perform at the Valley Autism 5K and 10-mile relay event Aug. 15 at the Mill Creek MetroParks Bikeway trailhead at 6700 Kirk Road.
In the shadows of the old steel mills sits a little bar in Masury. The bar has been around since the 1940s, moving from owner to owner, finally settling on Moe’s Place, named after Moe Hejazi, who bought the establishment four years ago.
By Anthony Fuda
Blondie will perform Monday at Packard Music Hall in Warren.
Rock band Warrant will perform Saturday at the Steel Valley Supernationals in Salem.
Comedian Chili Challis and his son will perform Friday and Saturday at the Funny Farm in Austintown.
Wente Winery in Livermore, Calif., carries on tradition.
YOLO in Austintown features a blended menu of delicious dishes.
Rob Zombie will perform Monday at Packard Music Hall in Warren.
By John Benson
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