The Justic Department sued Euclid under the Voting Rights Act to give candidates like Kandace Jones -- Euclid's first black city councilperson -- a fighting chance. Now Euclid itself has an opportunity to move beyond old divisions.
Food & Drink
When Mark Winegardner moved to Florida 11 years ago, Indians spring training became one of his last connections to Cleveland. Now his son is off to college and the Indians will train next year in Arizona, cutting his final ties to the only place that e
Environmentally friendly vineyards are producing some tasty reds and whites.
You’ll want to sit down for this plate presentation: diver scallops with a petite pea risotto and pesto aioli
Jonathan Sawyer’s seared skate wing is a tasty departure from Bar Cento’s comfort-food focus.
Martin Reuben is obsessed with the coffee bean. It started as a home-roasting operation. Then, it invaded his photography studio. Now, he’s taking his passion public with Erie Island Coffee (and teaching us how to get the best out of our daily jo
Bocce inside a bar? Stone Mad, Pete Leneghan’s twist on an Emerald Isle pub, has been years in the making, and promises to give the Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood a taste of its Old World roots.