On November 9th from 7:00 pm to 8:00 p.m., local author Barry Henkin will be signing copies of his book, “Why Am I So Special,” at Cleveland Heights iconic Big Fun Toystore, 1814 Coventry Road. Barry Henkin has been faced with developmental challenges since birth. He published his autobiography in 2014, in the hope of … Read more
Unique to this year’s festival, one local vendor will be in two totally different locations during the two-day Village Peddler Festival. Gina Giallombardo and Annette Restifo, the two Willowick women behind Carhop’s Burger Sauce will be selling their famous jars of sauce in their usual spot located in the Local Culinary Marketplace tent at the … Read more
The News-Herald Fresh made-to-order doughnuts, a variety of coffees, lattes and espresso, along with ice cream, salad bar and bagel sandwiches are what patrons can expect to find at Fiona’s. Fiona’s is the coffee shop and bakery going into the former location of Arabica at 4148 Erie St. in downtown Willoughby. Brothers Seamus and McPat … Read more
The News-Herald Hilary Cavotta said she and her family loved J’s Pizza Market pizza before she lived and worked nearby. “It was one of the first places my husband took me when I moved to the U.S.,” from Singapore, said Cavotta, who owns Quilts & Sew Forth next door to the restaurant, at 7404 Center … Read more
The News-Herald BOUQUETS >> To Carmen Paponetti, for the work he has done as the new owner of The Cabin restaurant since taking the reins of the longtime Willowick eatery on December 1. Diners at The Cabin, 28810 Lake Shore Blvd., now see new linens, dishes, a digital sign outside the restaurant and a menu, … Read more
The festival features 5 area wineries, all within a 10-minute drive of each other.
When Loretta first came to the United States, she started teaching people how to cook. It was important to Loretta that people were cooking with their families and being a family.