Abbey Marshall, Akron Beacon Journal

Abbey Marshall

Akron Beacon Journal

Akron, OH, United States

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Past articles by Abbey:

Akron lifts curfew despite Jayland Walker protesters being dispersed by tear gas again

Akron's downtown curfew ended after two nights despite ongoing protests over the police shooting of Jayland Walker. → Read More

President Joe Biden visits Ohio: What you need to know about Thursday's trip to Lorain

The president is coming to Ohio to discuss how his infrastructure plan "delivers for the American people." → Read More

Our Daily Bread, Day 3 | Breakfast, lunch or dinner, versatile dosa provides instant connection to India

Editor’s note: In recent weeks, Dispatch reporters, along with photographer and videographer Doral Chenoweth III, fanned out across the metro area to spotlight the city’s diverse bread scene. What they found was a recipe for both cultural connection and sensory satisfaction. This is the third in our seven-part series Our Daily Bread.Girija Narahari can still taste the dosa from her childhood in… → Read More

Hulu’s ‘Shrill’ popularized the body-positive pool party. These women threw their own.

On a recent Saturday night, the Fat Babes Club of Columbus welcomed attendees with pool floaties and Lizzo tunes → Read More

Do-it-yourself stick-and-poke tattoos excite young people, worry health professionals

Unregulated body art method on the rise, as evidenced by an increase of sales of at-home tattoo kits and online instructional videos → Read More

"Killers Among Us": Ohio cold cases

More than a decade has passed since Peter Romans escaped the fire that destroyed his rural Madison County home and killed his wife and their two children. → Read More

State Fair musical acts aren't trendy anymore, but they sell

There was a time when the Ohio State Fair concert lineup was headlined by the likes of the Jackson 5 and the BeeGees in their prime.Johnny Cash performed multiple times, including in 1969, when he won two Grammy Awards for his soulful hit "Folsom Prison Blues."Most of those acts had a song in the Billboard Year-End Hot 100 Singles the same year they took the stage at the fair.On Wednesday, the… → Read More

Send us pictures of your cat

Send us photos of your purrr-fect cat for a chance to be featured in our monthly pet photo spread. Upload your picture here. → Read More

Thousands left without power during heat wave

Thousands are left without power Sunday as temperatures remain in the 90s during a heat wave.More than 2,000 AEP customers are without power in north → Read More

Officer exchanges gunfire after two found shot on West Side

An officer was involved in a gunfire exchange early Sunday morning on the West Side after police were called to a scene where two people had been shot. → Read More

Woman, 80, dies after vehicles collide in Pickaway County

A woman is dead after a car she was riding in collided with another vehicle at a Pickaway County intersection on Friday.Patty Mowery, 80, of West Virginia, → Read More

Woman dead in Pickaway County car accident

A woman is dead after a fatal car accident in Pickaway County on Friday.The passenger, 80-year-old Patty Mowery of West Virginia, was driving with her → Read More

Taste Jeni's new ice cream flavor ft. Tyler, the Creator

Tyler, the Creator is breaking out of the recording studio and into ice cream parlors.The rapper and producer known for his experimental beats and → Read More

Looking for some Twenty One Pilots merch? Check out Ned's Bayou

"Why are there so many people waiting for a pool store?" a passerby laughed to his friend as they walked past a line of about 500 people camped outside Ned's Bayou.The Short North storefront was adorned with a brightly colored teal awning. Out front was a poster of a smiling horned character floating in a pool that made for a good photo op for the waiting teenagers.To the untrained eye, the… → Read More

Columbus residents get dirty at Highbanks Metro Park Mud Day

Columbus residents were encouraged to play in the mud at Highbanks Metro Park's "Mud Day," held June 26. The event included a mud pit, mud painting, mud pie decorating, mud-filled kiddie pools and more. View photos and video → Read More

Columbus street renamed after Twenty One Pilots

Twenty One Pilots, comprised of lead vocalist Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun, has achieved international success, but it is no secret they are → Read More

Young and old alike enjoy thrill of searching for ancient artifacts, such as arrowheads

There is just a short window of time for artifact hunters to make their finds each year — early in the summer. → Read More

Food trails of Ohio

Take a road trip across the state and try the best cuisine in Ohio along the way. Many city and county visitor centers map out various food and drink trails of staple restaurants and bars in the community. The goal is to not only promote tourism in those areas, but also offer suggestions to the locals and prompt them to visit places they might not normally go. Complete the trails, and you may… → Read More

Columbus Arts Festival explores virtual art media

Hundreds of vendors dot either side of the Scioto River, individual pieces of a mosaic that make up the 58th annual Columbus Arts Festival.The festival, → Read More

Columbus Arts Fest explores virtual art media

Hundreds of vendors dot either side of the Scioto River, individual pieces of a mosaic that make up the 58th annual Columbus Arts Festival.The festival, → Read More