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The Brewnuts couple taps into Cleveland's craft beer and dining renaissance with its tasty treats.

Shaquille O'Neal interviewed by Cleveland Magazine

Oh, The Memories

In honor of our 45th anniversary issue Cleveland Magazine staffers look back to our favorite moments.

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Cleveland Is Rockin’ the Stadium Concerts Again

Big-time tours this month recall our city’s golden era of superstar shows.

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Tame Lake Erie's Waters With Our Boating Guide

From what type of boat is best for you to the best places to dock, we've got you set to sail.

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Why We Love Edgewater's New Beach House

Catch some cocktails and a killer sunset at this new hot spot.

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Who Are We Now?

In one whirlwind year, our city claimed an NBA championship, hosted a national political convention and continued development downtown and in the neighborhoods. But as Cleveland sheds its Mistake on the Lake identity, we confront our shifting identity, ask what it might take to continue the momentum and set an agenda for the future.

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Cleveland Sign at Night

Identity Shift

It's a fitting time to re-examine who we are as a city.

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Downtown Cleveland Fireworks

The Weekender: 5 Things To Do: June 30-July 4

The Fourth of July isn’t just for fireworks anymore. Check out an assortment of home cooked ribs, local indie films and high fashion designs. 

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Salute Superman at the Cleveland Public Library exhibit

The hero created by locals Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster gets honored with a collection of memorabilia. 

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Patrick Watkins

Rating the Suburbs: Patrick Watkins

The 51-year-old account manager from Richmond Heights talks about his fiancee and building his new home.  

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Kid City Brunswick

Rating the Suburbs: Kid City

This 15,000-square-foot miniature version of Brunswick teaches kids what it means to be a community.

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