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Lake Effect
This month's forecast on the people, places and things we love
  • Table Turn
    Immerse yourself in the mayhem of music festivals at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
  • What Remains
    One year after horrors were found on Seymour Avenue, we're still searching for hope.
  • Village Peddler
    Vacant homes will be turned into art for a daylong neighborhood block party.
  • Side Effects
    An East Sider weighs in on the changes to the Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon.
  • Wood Works
    One local company plays an emotional role in New York City's 9/11 Memorial Museum.
  • Game Changer
    Joe Namath brings his gridiron memories to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Fan Fest.
  • Downtown Kent
    We guide you on a tour of 12 of Kent's hottest spots.
  • Stepping Up
    Tap icon Maurice Hines salutes family and dance with a new show.
  • Permanent Mark
    Cleveland Public Theatre explores the lasting effects of losing someone to suicide.
  • Block Parties
    Link up Lego fun with two awesome exhibits.
  • Guitar Pick
    Experience the feeling of being at a concert at the Sculpture Center this month.
  • Encore Performance
    The Cleveland Orchestra heads to the 'burbs.
  • Summer Breeze
    Jack Johnson picks the perfect soundtrack to your summer.
  • Passport to Paris
    Get jet-setter style with a trip to Mademoiselle.
  • Best Duds
    Local fashionistas talk about sharing style with friends.
Voice
  • Cook Club
    Food and its stories bring one group of friends closer together.
Talking Points
  • It's a Sin
    Our politicians have dropped the ball in funding our stadiums.
The Dish 
Serving straight talk on food, drinks and restaurants
The Terminal 
Landmark moments from our past


Features

  • Kitchen Makeovers
    From the popularity of culinary cocktails to brothers-in-law who are bringing creative cuisine back to the suburbs, here's how local restaurants are redesigning the dining scene. Plus, feast on this year's Silver Spoon winners' list.

  • Arthur Chu
    The aspiring actor and voice-over artist competed in Jeopardy! with an aggressive playing style that helped make him the third highest money winner in the history of the game.

  • The Anointed One
    Former Ohio House Speaker Armond Budish seems destined to crush his opponents and become the next Cuyahoga County executive. How do you feel about that?



 

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