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This month's forecast on the people, places and things we love
- Situation Comedy
The FX channel's newest face, W. Kamau Bell, hits the road for a comedy tour.
- Comic Nook
American Splendor creator Harvey Pekar is honored with an interactive tribute unlike anything we've seen.
- Apocalypse Know-How
Mandi Fenning wants you to be prepared for the worst, be it natural cataclysm or zombie apocalypse.
- Fine Lines
Jeremy Smith's new Cleveland architecture coloring book makes you want to reach for a 64-count box of Crayolas.
- Image Is Everything
Filmmaker Ron Howard and Canon focus on two local photographers.
- Retro Radio
If you ever feel nostalgic for WIXY 1260, it's back on the air sort of.
- Holiday Cheer
Gail Ghetia Bellamy delves deep into the ghosts of Cleveland Christmases past.
- Making a List ...
If you want to recapture the nostalgia of a classic Cleveland Christmas, start here.
- String Theory
Jon Hill's handiwork brings tangible craftsmanship to an acoustic art form.
- Holiday Heart
Michael and Patricia Heaton team up on a holiday movie for the Hallmark Channel.
- Authority Unknown
Compliance, a psychological thriller produced by Tyler Davidson, explores the complexity of relationships with authority figures.
- Heisman Prose
A new book reveals the incredible legacy of the man responsible for college football's most notable award.
- Male Bonding
Traipsing through the woods may seen an odd choice for building familial bonds, but Craig Heimbuch proves the contrary in his new memoir.
- Fashion Squad
After years in Cleveland Heights, independent clothing store Brigade moves to Beachwood Place.
- Branching Out
It's time to trim your Christmas tree with these fun and festive holiday decorations.
- Sound Effects
George Bilgere hates earbuds and what they've done to experiencing everyday life.
- Passing of Power
When Cleveland Magazine debuted in 1972, new leaders were stepping up to help an anxious city.
Serving straight talk on food, drinks and restaurants
Landmark moments from our past
- Life According To ... Jim Tressel
Jim Tressel is still coaching. The only difference, he says, is he's doing it on a much larger field. In February, the former Ohio State University head football coach became vice president for strategic engagement at the University of Akron. We visited Tressel at his Medina County home to talk about the new job, his storied football coaching career, and it's end in the wake of NCAA violations.
- Last Man Standing
After 14 years as Cuyahoga County prosecutor, Bill Mason stepped down this fall to enter private practice. He leaves behind a dual reputation as a tough lawman and a savvy machine politician. He helped usher in county reform. Yet as he left office, critics asked why he failed to see the old guard's corruption.
- 40 Reasons to Love Cleveland
Over the past four decades a place built on steel become one forging the future of medicine. Our characters are colorful, memorable, at times even infamous. As we mark the magazine's 40th anniversary, we celebrate all our city was, is and can be.
- Healthy Living: The Road to Recovery
These five patients survived a life-threatening medical condition with determination, the help of loved ones, and innovative doctors and treatments.
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