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Lake Effect
This month's forecast on the people, places and things we love
  • Radio Active 
    John Lanigan gets inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame.
  • Family Tree
    TV producer and Northeast Ohio native Dan O'Shannon appears at Ghoulardifest.
  • Life Accoording to ... Mike Brown
    The Cavs coach chats with us about LA, eyewear and Kyrie Irving
  • Cover Up
    We reflect on our virtual sports legacy.
  • Cold Comforts
    A new initiative hopes to create outdoor spaces that will thaw your icy resolve to stay inside.
  • Bird Feeder
    Be thankful that you can enjoy turkey day no matter your dining preference.
  • Market Share
    We swing by the emerging Hingetown district.
  • Homeward Bound
    Singer-songwriter Joshua Radin talks to us about coming home.
  • Jersey Boy
    Frankie Valli is going strong at 79.
  • Folk Art
    A new Ohio City mural showcases the best of Cleveland's past and present.
  • Text Message
    A fresh Cleveland Public Theatre comedy dials in on cellphones.
  • Comeback Kid
    Crass comedian Artie Lange stops by PlayhouseSquare.
  • Open Barre
    Share mimosas with a New York City Ballet Co. dancer this month.
  • World Market
    Revive embraces global, eco-friendly options.
Talking Points
  • Fantasy Town
    Cleveland needs more than pretty plans. It needs a dose of reality.
The Dish 
Serving straight talk on food, drinks and restaurants
The Terminal 
Landmark moments from our past


  • Burger Kings
    Nothing else reigns supreme in Northeast Ohio like a tasty burger. From an Akron classic that claims to have started it all to a $56 crown jewel worth every penny, these 50 powerful patties rule their culinary kingdoms.

  • A Handmade Tale
    The artisan is spurring a creative revival in Northeast Ohio. We guide you to the handmade movement's best crafters, items and trends.

  • 2207 Seymour Avenue
    For a century, the house sheltered working-class families, hosted holiday parties and held fond memories. Then Ariel Castro made it into a secret prison.

Special Section
  • Retirement Living
    Local retirement communities help seniors develop more active lives.


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