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This month's forecast on the people, places and things we love
  • Heaven Sent
    The divine Broadway musical The Book of Mormon stops at the Palace Theatre.
  • Toast Masters
    Josh Womack and his comedy team want to pen your best-man speech.
  • Street Party
    Artisan First Fridays prove Ohio City is more than the West Side Market and craft brews.
  • Game Time
    Tribe fan Alex Justice talks to us about being called up to Major League Baseball's Fan Cave.
  • Tweet Smarts
    The upstart @InTheCLE offers fresh voices (and gives you one).
  • Fishy Business
    Mark Lyons' Cleveland Urban Aquaculture brings fresh, homegrown tilapia to local vendors each week.
  • Kamm's Corners
    Here are a dozen spots to get you started.
  • Pure Sunshine
    The Kings of Summer embraces youth, imagination and the splendor of Ohio's longest days.
  • 3 To See
    If summer blockbusters aren't your style, check out these films showing at the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque.
  • Steel Life
    Brad Ricca's Super Boys delves deep into the origin story of an American icon and the two Clevelanders who launched him.
  • In a Snap
    The Massillon Museum highlights Andy Warhol's pop art process.
  • Secret Garden
    A Cleveland Botanical Garden exhibit showcases African-American folk gardens.
  • Push and Pull
    William Pope.L asks community members to pull together for his unconventional performance art piece.
  • Fashion Retreat
    Chagrin Falls' Haven Style House is a one-stop shop for everything a woman needs to assemble her look.
  • Campus Climate
    A mother and daughter travel the long road to choosing a college.
Talking Points
  • Learning Model
    Changes to GED tests will soon limit those helping to learn.
The Dish 
Serving straight talk on food, drinks and restaurants
The Terminal 
Landmark moments from our past


  • Polk On Polk
    Comedian Mike Polk put the words "Cleveland" and "tourism" on the lips of the nation, he coined the phrase "The Factory of Sadness" and the YouTube video of his cat has more than 9 million views. He's sort of a big deal in the realm of unprofitable celebrity only the Internet allows. So when it came time to tell his story, there was only one man for the job: Mike Polk.

  • Rating the Suburbs
    Living in the suburbs can be an adventure, but our trusty field guide can help your pack navigate the neighborhood pitfalls with tips on camping out in the backyard, paying your baby sitter and holding a block party that is the talk of the town. Plus, find out which city nabs this year's top spot as we give you the rundown on 77 communities.

Special Sections 
  • Summer Fun Guide
    The long, warm days of summer are a precious commodity in Northeast Ohio. Make the most of it with our guide to the best music, festivals, family and outdoor events. Plus, we check in with sizzling summer acts Heart, Phillip Phillips and Tracy Morgan, and round up fun activities to keep you going all summer long.


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