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Scott Piepho

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Book Review: FLOWER POEMS, Katie Mertz

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by Noor Hindi Katie Mertz’s new chapbook Flower Poems is exploding with dazzling images and fierce humor. Readers will fall in love with this collection because it’s quirky and emotionally compelling. Mertz’s voice is honest and funny, and I want to carry so m... More »

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The Wanderer: Taco Tuesday

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words by Holly Brown, photos by Lia Pietrolungo There are two things I know to be true: Tuesdays are for tacos, and nothing warms you up in the transition to winter quite like authentic Mexican food. For that reason, on perhaps the first of many frigid Tuesday... More »

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Lady Beer Drinker: Giving Thanks…for Beer and Food

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by Emily Anderson It’s November now. Still technically fall, but winter is creeping up. The best part of this month (and arguably the best day of the year) is Thanksgiving. In my family, everyone is expected to bring a dish to the big dinner. Sadly I don’t pos... More »

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Running the Pass

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by Liz Reinart Chameleon Cafe The Chameleon Cafe is now open on South Main Street in downtown Akron, less than a block away from the John F. Seiberling Federal Building where The Culinary Chameleon is located. While The Culinary Chameleon is the main hub for t... More »

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Adopt-a-Bar: Big Al’s

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by Leslie Shirley Nielsen Big Al’s 847 Johnston St. Nestled on a hilly bend of Johnston Street in Akron’s south side sits a potential goldmine. This is a quaint little area of our town that I like to call ‘Little West Virginia.’ I’ve referenced this charismati... More »