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Lake Effect
This month's forecast on the people, places and things we love
  • Rebel Wear
    George Mauersberger brings his USA Leather and Other Drawings collection to Bonfoey Gallery, including a bit of good old-fashioned American revelry.
  • Open Air
    The art museum's new atrium promises to be our greatest year-round gathering space.
  • Stay Ghoul
    Ron Garsteck's annual Ghoulardifest celebrates the iconic host, Ghoulardi, the alter ego of local DJ and TV announcer Ernie Anderson.
  • Bright Idea
    GE Lighting does its part to brighten this month's downtown Winterfest.
  • Wise Guide
    Mike Polk Jr. once again takes aim at the city in a new book. If it weren't so funny, we'd be offended.
  • Oh...fudge!
    There's never been any good reason to create a sequel to A Christmas Story. So why are they doing it anyways?
  • State of Swing
    Ohio has been polled and provoked, mapped and gerrymandered, all for even the slightest hint of how our politics might sway the election. Turns out, we learned a few things of our own along the way.
  • Colors of Sound
    Red Wanting Blue finally gets the chance to take the big stage.
  • In Tune
    Three new album reviews from local artists.
  • Casting Spells
    A famed European dance company travels to the States to unveil its poetry in motion.
  • Stealth Stage
    Theater Ninjas gears up for a new season by delving into a secret society.
  • Olde Bollywood
    Cleveland State University Deptartment of Theatre and Dance travels across the globe for A Midsummer Night's Dream.
  • The Art of Survival
    A local artist allows disease to define his work, not his attitude.
  • Sketchy Bar
    The Pretentious Tremont Artists draw inspiration from anyone willing to sit for it.
  • Haute in Cleveland
    Local designer Donald Hayes is working to create an independent-fashion destination for the city's retail scene.
Voice
  • Holy Ghosts
    Sarah Kess reflects on a journey of faith, family and peace of mind.
Talking Points
  • Stress Test
    Cleveland's school levy is big, but overdue. Business and labor, left and right, have united around unprecedented reforms. Will taxpayers join in?
The Dish 
Serving straight talk on food, drinks and restaurants
The Terminal 
Landmark moments from our past


Features

  • Market Values
    For 100 years, the West Side Market has stood as an emblem of the city's history and culture. We guide you through the market's past, present and all that has (and hasn't) changed over a century of service.

  • Wandering Mind
    Mark Raymond has seen the world on far less than an opulent budget. Now he is attempting to provide that same luxury to our city with the new Cleveland Hostel.

  • Morning Glory
    From savory eggs to syrupy stacks of pancakes, a hearty breakfast is the best way to start your morning. Turns out, there are plenty of tasty reasons to get out of bed.

Special Section
  • Retirement Living
    Embracing the transition into a retirement lifestyle is easier than one might assume.


 

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