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“A Sign of Hope”

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A.J. Andrews on what it means to her to have won the first Softball Gold Glove by Gray Giaconia   Dating back to 1957, the Rawlings Gold Glove award is one of the highest honors for defensive players. Until now, though, the award has only been given to men. Th... More »

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Introducing: Baseball Now!

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  by Dave Daly Baseball is best enjoyed with friends but there is no shame in going to a baseball game alone. I do it fairly often, sometimes catching a few innings of a game or an entire homestand all by my lonesome. That said, baseball loves company. Sometim... More »

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Akro-preneurs | Creative Comfort Food

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 Crave owner Aaron Hervey doesn’t play when it comes to his food.  by Kurt Kleinham Aaron Hervey didn’t grow up wanting to be a chef and restaurant owner. An Akron native growing up in Stow, he didn’t really have a specific direction even picked out when he gr... More »

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Civic Solutions Lab – Field Journal | Leadership Akron

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  Since 2015, Leadership Akron has been pursuing a strategic priority to more proactively and directly connect the leaders we serve to community needs. As an effort related to this priority, Leadership Akron secured support from the Knight Foundation to develo... More »

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The Power of Mentorship

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Getting Involved with United Way, VISTAs and  iC.A.R.E. by Lia Pietrolungo   This summer marks the one year anniversary of United Way of Summit County housing iC.A.R.E. Mentoring (Creating Authentic Relational Energy) under its community impact program umbrell... More »

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Beards of Akron | Men’s Grooming with Chelsea

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All the handsome beards from our Beards of Akron photoshoot, which will appear in this month’s issue (April 2017), made us wonder, how do these guys keep their facial hair looking so great? While some might prefer the DIY method, many dudes need a little help ... More »

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Beware the Capybara

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How to survive three (not really) dangerous capybara encounters by Kyle Brown It has sharp teeth. It can weigh up to about 150 pounds. It has 3/4 of the word “bear” in its name. All three of these things are true of the capybara, the largest rodent in the worl... More »

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Parking: An Afternoon in Sand Run Metro Park

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words and photos by Grace Ebner The Mingo Trail. It doesn’t sound intimidating. In fact, it rather reminds me of mangos, which I love. But, the Mingo Trail is a little intimidating, and that is the reason I love it so much! The Mingo Trail is three miles long,... More »

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Parking: Plant Power is The Perfect Midweek Pick-Me-Up

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Story and photos by Grace Ebner I work a summer job at a daycare. It’s exhausting, and I almost always come home in a bad mood. I can’t help but count down the days until the weekend. So when I found myself feeling stressed out and grumpy on a Tuesday evening,... More »