Our Super-Awesome Spectacular Year
God really does love Cleveland. In a year when we landed Johnny Football, LeBron James and the Republican National Convention, our civic optimism is at an all-time high. With the national spotlight still shining brightly on us, we rise above our history of misery and embrace these fantastical times.
What would life be like without questions — and the search for answers? Probably as drab as a gray December day. So whether you're a Cleveland native or recently moved into a downtown apartment, we explore the deeply philosophical to the naggingly simplistic. Plus: Take our quiz to test your CLE IQ.
The Browns were underdogs to the mighty Baltimore Colts in the 1964 NFL Championship Game. But 50 years ago this month, Jim Brown, Gary Collins and a stingy defense helped win the city's last professional sports title. Those involved relive the experience and the emotion of that celebrated day.