Cutting Edge Haunted House
October 16, 2010 by USA Post
He also avoided beyond a current prototype of what is planned as a new national restaurant franchise, Thanksgiving dinner 365 days a year.
In 3939 Everhard Rd NW, he found partners Nino Natale and Ryan Napier hard work of transforming the space they have rented Napier Ohio Development, a company that Ryan’s father, Rodney Napier, owner.
Natale and Napier, two college students, said Kasich their restaurant concept will be similar to that of Chipotle Mexican Grill, but offers the kind of comfort food associated with Thanksgiving.
And speaking of Chipotle, the new corner of Main and North Applegrove in North Canton, near Acme Fresh Market, is set to open Nov. 2.
Call it a trend Canton, if you want. Like the old Township resident Denise Cerreta, who opened it everyone eats world, a pay-what-you-can restaurant in Salt Lake City, Louisville native Jennifer Brähler decided to let its customers Massage Priceless amount.
It’s called “pay what you want, and the policy applies to both a half-hour and one hour massages.
“I worked in health care and spas, and I want the value of any service is really determined by the person who receives it,” said Brähler, 29. “I wanted to meet my company’s independent value-minded individuals who love while receiving a massage for a birthday or anniversary, come get a massage whenever they want.”
Priceless massage is operating in the lower level of Deliverance Christian Church at 2130 31st St. NW. Brähler reached at (330) 704-9773.
Cerreta restaurant concept has gained ground in cities across the country. Panera Bread, a restaurant at the national and bakery chain, was hired as a consultant before the opening of its first pay-what-you-want restaurant in Clayton, Missouri, in May.
Township brothers John, Matt and Rich Eslich held the Guinness World Record for creating the longest stage-by-stage haunted house for one month only. Last Friday, challenger James Todd, who runs the Cutting Edge Haunted House in Fort Worth, has regained his record by extending his haunted house, a 100-year old meat packing plant, to nearly 3,590 feet. Eslich the brothers of the popular haunted house, Factory of Terror are located in an old aluminum smelter in 4125 Mahoning Rd NE. It measures 3,318 feet.
Open next month in the Belden Village area. … Former Stark County United Way President and CEO Steve Miller are leaving the circus. For the next few weeks, Miller, 34-country, the world wandering photographer in his second career, will travel with a circus around the Midwest, the chronicle about the movie’s actors, backstage and after hours. “I want people who collect my work to understand what it means to live and breathe the circus,” said Miller, who now lives in Washington, DC … Cynthia Koelker, a family physician Akron whose self-published a book “101 ways to save on health care,” was the subject of a recent history of the repository, had captured his first literary work by a major publisher in New York. Her publicist – the thought, she says, makes him laugh – has established a book-signing October 23 to 14 hours The Gaza Strip Borders Books in Jackson Township. … From its second year of operation, the Canton Preservation Society Resale Store at 1227 Tuscarawas St. W October 19 to 23 will celebrate a different sale category each day. Opening hours are Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 to 5:00 p.m., Wednesday and Friday, 9:00 to 3:00 p.m. and Saturday, 9:00 to 1:00 p.m. … Bob Gipson RJ Scoops, the ice cream stand and restaurant at 7944 Cleveland Ave. NW, has released its hearty autumn menu with offerings including steaming hot soups and seven new sandwiches, burgers and more really big, popular choir take to football games afternoon. Remember the Dagwood? Even customers to roll in the street sometimes pick Dagwoods Scoops “to win support for an evening of wine tasting.
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