This Month's MagazineDining and SpiritsArts and EntertainmentTravel and LeisureHome and Real EstateHealth and WellnessShopping & FashionEvents and PicsElegant Wedding Magazine

Bookmark and share

Issue Date: April 2013

Hello CLE: Attractions

"Craps is a game of camaraderie," says Tosha Tousant, the casino's director of table games. "The majority of the customers bet on the pass line, where they are wagering on the shooter's luck factor."

Each player bets on the dealer, the players or a tie. Four cards are dealt face up: two for the dealer and two that all players share. Add the numbers on the cards together and the closest to nine wins.

Blackjack offers good odds and is easy to learn. "Some players will watch how the others play and comment on what decisions they make. Hindsight is always 20-20 in blackjack," says Tousant.

Roulette carries the promise of a huge payout in a short amount of time. "You're playing numbers, betting on colors and playing rows of numbers," says Horseshoe dealer Lori Longo.

Each player gets three cards face down. The dealer gets three cards face down. Like your hand? Bet equal to your ante. Don't like it? Fold and lose only your initial bet.

Intended as a humorous critique of bureaucratic rubber-stamping, this piece now resides in Willard Park.

The Art Deco figures carved in the sandstone pylons on the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge have stood guard over traffic since 1932.

This piece of art on the side of the Cleveland Public Power Plant is No. 75 of 100 in world-renowned marine artist Wyland's series.

Rodin's sculpture sits outside the Cleveland Museum of Art. After a 1970 bombing damaged the 1,650-pound statue, it has been left in its altered state.

fountain Also known as the Fountain of Eternal Life, this 35-foot bronze sculpture of a man escaping the flames of war is located on Mall A.

The breathtaking landscape inside the Cuyahoga Valley National Park plays host to cross-country skiers and year-round hikers. Peninsula,

This historical hot spot is home to F.B. Squire's century-old castle. Willoughby Hills,

Travel through five miles of wetland forest, hilltops and wooded trails around the Nature Center. North Olmsted,

From a wheelchair-friendly jogging path to wooded hiking trails, it offers options for all ages and abilities. Akron,

Explore history, wildlife and culture at one of the 11 trailhead options inside the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

Sample more than 350 wines from around the world all while taking in the views of Lake Erie.

More than 300 artists from throughout the U.S. show of their works over two summer weekends.

The 115th annual four-day festival in Little Italy includes rides, games, food and entertainment.

Continue for Attractions Listings >>

Comments. All comments must be approved by our editorial staff.
Choose an identity
Other Anonymous
All of these fields are optional.
CAPTCHA Validation
Retype the code from the picture
CAPTCHA Code Image
Speak the code Change the code

Home | Subscribe | Archives | Advertise | Newsstands | Contact Us | Jobs | Legal
© Cleveland Magazine 2014 | P: (216) 771-2833 | F: (216) 781-6318 | 1422 Euclid Ave. Suite 730 Cleveland, Ohio 44115
This site is a member of the City & Regional Magazine Association