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Lake Effect
This month's forecast on the people, places and things we love
  • Whale Watch
    The Cleveland Museum of Natural History offers an up-close view of the world's largest mammals.
  • Champion Trip
    Want to raise the stakes in your fantasy football league? Chesterland native Dave Mitri has the answer.
  • Treat Smarts
    See if you can match these prominent Clevelanders with their preference of Halloween treats.
  • Your Move
    Cleveland State University sets the board for its upcoming chess tournament.
  • Market Share
    A new book packed with stories and photographs pays tribute to one of the city's most iconic landmarks.
  • Talking Sides
    The Western Reserve Historical Society exhibit East Versus West has us picking the things we can all agree on.
  • Club Seats
    We revisit our five favorite moments from the City Club of Cleveland's 100-year history.
  • Behind Party Lines
    An old adage warns against discussing religion and politics. University of Akron analyst and researcher John Green has earned his reputation doing just the opposite.
  • Last Call
    Imitate your favorite beer for a brew-inspired bike ride.
  • Light It Up
    Akron's LIGHT-UP Lantern Festival will set University Park aglow.
  • Crime Writer
    Author Lee Child sends Jack Reacher to Hollywood and travels to Cleveland for Bouchercon.
  • Real-Life Fiction
    Les Roberts' newest novel is ripped from the Cleveland headlines.
  • 3 To See
    A trio of things to check out at this month's Bouchercon convention.
  • Goode Times
    Chuck Berry, one of the Rock Hall's first inductees, receives the museum's highest honor.
  • Retro Sunday
    Taking Back Sunday revisits their youth at the House of Blues.
  • General Thoughts
    Bobby Knight visits Akron Civic Theatre for an evening of tales from the sidelines.
  • Fire Escape
    Max McLean adapts C.S. Lewis' spiritual satire for the stage.
  • Hometown Buffet
    CLE Clothing Co.'s East Fourth Street store serves up a spread of local artists who celebrate the city.
Voice
  • Thumb Talk
    McGregor discovers the personal touch of text messaging.
Talking Points
  • Port Nowhere
    The Port Authority doesn't deserve a tax increase. It deserves to be dissolved.
The Dish 
Serving straight talk on food, drinks and restaurants
The Terminal 
Landmark moments from our past


Features

  • Work of Art
    Behind-the-scenes views and a surreal staircase are just the beginning at the new Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, which opens its doors this month.

  • A Bridge Too Far
    On a seemingly normal night in late April, six men attempted to blow up Cuyahoga Valley's Route 82 bridge. Were they terrorists, or idiotic pawns trapped in the FBI's game?

  • Best of Cleveland
    From an all-night scare-athon and a bomb shelter full of nostalgia, to cereal martinis and a gas station breakfast burrito, we offer some of our favorite finds from the past 12 months. Plus, see what readers gave top billing in 2012.

Special Section
Holiday Home & Garden Guide
  • Get This Party Started
    Those boring holiday get-togethers have nothing on three themed bashes that will have guests asking, "Next year — same time, same place?"
  • Holiday Recipes
    Three local chefs help spruce up your menu with selections that match each party theme.
  • Primp Your Pad
    Borrow these design ideas and add sophistication, whimsy and just plain fun to your home in time for the holidays.
Guide to Education
  • Staying After School
    They offer fun ways to explore interests and meet friends. But high school extracurriculars also play a major role in admission to selective schools, leaving many to wonder which activities will be the key to that sought-after scholarship or letter of acceptance.
  • Elementary Tech
    From iPads and apps to Skype and SmartBoards, technology in the elementary classroom has broken out of the computer lab to make major changes in schools of today.
  • Ask the Experts: On Good Authority
    How Northeast Ohio schools and universities are churning out tomorrow's leaders.
Health & Wellness
  • Top Dentists
    The 2012 Top Dentists resource is your guide to more than 350 of the best dentists and specialists in Greater Cleveland.


 

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