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This month's forecast on the people, places and things we love
  • Country Music
    Salute America with a free Cleveland Orchestra concert on Public Square.
  • Golden Games
    We take a look at numbers behind the 2013 National Senior Games.
  • Stretching Out
    Work on your lotus and jam to live music at Yoga Rocks the Park.
  • Tweet Smarts
    @TowerLightsCLE illuminates the Terminal Tower's nightly show.
  • Glove Story
    Feeling nostalgic for the Omar-Vizquel-loving '90s? The Tribe favorite returns this month.
  • Insert Coins
    B Side Liquor Lounge gets retro with arcade games.
  • Identity Shift
    A Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland exhibit showcases artists changing the image of our region through abnormal practices.
  • Labor of Love
    Performance artist Susan Byrnes asks Clevelanders to proclaim their adoration for the city.
  • Story Tellers
    Kent-based folk-rock act Bethesda tackles loss and love in its newest release, The Reunion.
  • In Tune
    We give a listen to the latest releases by Nights, Seafair and Jann Klose.
  • Monster Draw
    A group of local artists band together to bring live art to the city.
  • Art Fare
    Venture outside the city for one of these three suburban art festivals this month.
  • Devoted Designs
    Georgie & Elaine celebrates romance with an ethereal collection.
  • Just Add Water
    Get ready to hit the beach with gear that's as fun as it is functional.
  • Bad Day
    Roberts reconnects with a pilot he bonded with in Vietnam.
Talking Points
  • Promise's Promises
    An educational effort tries to solve Central neighborhood's problems..
The Dish 
Serving straight talk on food, drinks and restaurants
The Terminal 
Landmark moments from our past


  • Hot Seats
    Being outside in the fresh air makes everything taste, look and feel better. Take advantage of these few sun-soaked months by enjoying every minute you can at one of these patios great for dining, drinking and just hanging out.

  • Park Place
    It covers 33,000 acres from Cleveland to Akron, but many have yet to explore Cuyahoga Valley National Park. From hiking a portion of the Buckeye Trail to spending a lazy afternoon at Kendall Lake, all that's missing is you.

Special Section
  • Healthy Living
    As innovations make cosmetic enhancements more attractive, doctors talk popular procedures.


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