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This month's forecast on the people, places and things we love
- Behind the Curtain
Artist El Anatsui is featured in the Gravity and Grace exhibit at the Akron Art Museum.
- Little Big Leagues
The Tribe's new Kids Clubhouse lets the little ones play while you keep an eye on the game.
- Beach Joys
The long-awaited return of the Euclid Beach Park carousel.
- Crime Fighters
Local law professor Michael Scharf and his students learn the justice system through real world experience.
- Coming Home
In Harvey Pekar's Cleveland, the late comic book author gives us his final thoughts on a city he had long identified with.
- Peace and Quiet
Pete Walker's serene landscape designs are part of the National September 11 Memorial and the Cleveland Clinic Heart Center.
- Hello, Northfield?
A new Hard Rock Café could be coming to Northfield Park.
- Striking a Chord
Classical pianist Shuai Wang brings Bach, Beethoven and Brahms to a bar near you.
- Drawing Us In
A new Cleveland Museum of Art exhibit goes inside the life and works of renowned architectural etcher John Taylor Arms.
- Man About Town
Painter Michelangelo Lovelace Sr. on how his art portrays the Cleveland seen through his eyes.
- Heaven Sent
The third memoir from author Loung Ung examines the process of healing a life torn by war and trauma.
- Fine Print
A review of two books, each by a local author.
- Heart Help
A pair of doctors from the Cleveland Clinic pen Heart 411, a medical resource for all questions on the heart.
- Men at Work
Moreland Hills' J3 Clothing Co. brings a fresh take to Northeast Ohio.
- House Party
Celebrate summer with these fun and funky home décor accessories.
- Clocking In
A local mom wants only the worst for her teenage daughter's summer job.
- Playing Ball
The Billy Beane of local government is changing the game. All he needs is someone to trade with.
Serving straight talk on food, drinks and restaurants
Landmark moments from our past
- The Collector
With an affection for history and an eye for film, Kirtland resident Morris Everett Jr. owns one of the most extensive holdings of entertainment photos and posters in the world.
- Rating the Suburbs
Our annual rundown on everything our city's suburbs have to offer, including our Top 20, Best Bargains and how all 77 areas stack up in terms of safety, schools, taxes and more. Plus, we offer up the best place to live for your specific lifestyle.
- Almost Famous
If you only know Chuck Booms as the loudmouth on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan's morning talk show, don't tell him. The Euclid native was a rising comic in the '90s who counts Jerry Seinfeld and Brad Garrett among his early mentors. He was a frontrunner for David Letterman's job at NBC and has appeared on national television more than 300 times. And yet, you still can't place him. That's part of the story, too. *Just please excuse Chuck. He can't help but interject. Often. And boldly.
- Summer Fun Guide
A comprehensive, can't-miss collection of the best and most exciting things to check out in Northeast Ohio this season.
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