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  • First Place
    David Giffels reflects on what LeBron James' return means to Cleveland.
  • Sad Sacks
    In light of the Hoyer vs. Manziel debate, we reflect on our history of quarterback controversy.
  • Humble Pie
    From broken hearts to open arms, we rank the public LeBron backpedalling.
  • Square Roots
    Here's what you need to know about the long-awaited Public Square renovation.
  • To The Nines
    We go behind the scenes of Cleveland's new urban resort.
  • Freshman Orientation
    With five new university presidents, here are crib notes on the new faces on campus.
  • Pop Quiz
    September's concert lineup is solid gold. Our questionnaire guides you to the best show.
  • Frame Shifter
    A new book highlights the acclaimed works of experimental filmmaker Richard Myers.
  • 3 to See
    Grab some popcorn and head to one of these cinematic events.
  • Age of Wonders
    Fringe Boutique offers high-fashion items for women — regardless of how old they are.
  • It's a Wrap
    Trade out your tired scarf knot for a pretzel style with our simple how-to.
  • Jean Therapy
    Show off your knowledge of the fall staple with this guide to buying denim.
  • Silver Linings
    From the historic Higbee Building, downtown looks good.
Talking Points
  • On the Rebound?
    We should learn from our past while celebrating our victories.
The Dish 
Serving straight talk on food, drinks and restaurants
The Terminal 
Landmark moments from our past


  • Justice Unfinished
    After 25 years, retired FBI fugitive hunter Phil Torsney has a case he just can't shake — the unsolved murder of Bay Village 10-year-old Amy Mihaljevic. Now, he's back, looking for new leads and hoping advances in technology can finally bring closure.

  • Cheer Squad
    From genetic research to service missions abroad, today's students are doing more than just making the grade. We show off the spirit of Northeast Ohio's private schools and share our notes on 34 high schools and more than 100 elementaries.

  • Fall Flung
    We've found 20 great escapes for every taste and budget — from spa getaways in our backyard to foodie delights on the West Coast.

Special Section

  • Fall Arts Preview
    Lorde talks success, the Cleveland Play House takes on rap, and we offer fall entertainment picks for music, theater, museums and more.


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