Dan Kane CantonRep.com entertainment editor @DKaneREP AKRON As part of my ongoing summer patio-bar tour, I wound up last Friday evening at Old 97 Cafe, which several of my friends had recommended as one of the coolest outdoor spaces around, known for live music and cocktails.It's a sweet spot, for sure, and one of those gems that's even better for being off the beaten path.I enlisted a couple of friends for this end-of-the-week celebration and we arrived around 6:30 p.m. We entered Old 97,...
Dan Kane CantonRep.com entertainment editor @DKaneREP
An imaginative and playfully eccentric artist, David McDowell seems like a perfect fit for downtown Alliance's offbeat tourist attraction The Troll Hole Museum, where he is artist-in-residence.It's a multifaceted job.
Dan and Nate Monea from Hey Monea enjoy the local creeks. Dan Kane CantonRep.com entertainment editor @DKaneREP
Whenever possible, brothers Dan and Nate Monea of the local band Hey Monea are doing just this.Standing in a Stark County creek, fishing. Catching one fish after another, carefully unhooking them, tossing them back in and starting over. Mellow hours can drift by. "It's just peaceful," Dan said. "We grew up outside. We started out fishing as little kids.
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