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Edwin Encarnacion

Power Play

After falling just short in Game 7 of the World Series, the Cleveland Indians swung for the fences in the offseason and signed prized free agent Edwin Encarnacion to the largest contract in franchise history. Can the Dominican-born slugger be what it takes to finally bring home the team’s first title since 1948?

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Mix at CMA

The Weekender: 5 Things to Do May 5-7

Vibrant Mexican dancers, water-colored gala attendees and industrially themed runway walkers are in town this weekend.

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Giovanni's

Then and Now: Our Favorite Restaurants

You've been voting for your favorite spots for 35 years.

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TheBeardandtheBrew

Playlist Shines a Light on Local Musicians

Oldboy frontman Shawn Brewster gives other artists a boost with his online community the Beard and the Brew.

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Pierogi Taco

Pierogies + Tacos? Yes, Please!

Why Old City Libations' pierogi tacos are our latest obsessions.

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GeorgeBrant

A Storm Forces Women to Confront Their Past in Play

George Brant's Salvage raises the stakes for women trying to save their memories in Akron show.

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100Days

How Did Trump’s First 100 Days Go?

These artists react with a focus on immigration policy in a new exhibit at Spaces.

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Boaz Cafe

Trendspotting: Fast-Casual Restaurants

Local quick-service spots are rapidly popping up to cater to our always-on-the-go lifestyle.

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Kent State

Protesting Is As Important As Ever

Just ask Alan Canfora, who was shot in the wrist at Kent State University May 4, 1970.

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Oak & Embers Tavern

Smoke Signals: Tracking the Slow Burn of Barbecue

Like a rack of ribs patiently slow cooking, Cleveland's barbecue scene has taken a while to get up to temperature.

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Sacred Hour

Give Yourself a Little Buff and Polish

Sacred Hour's Steam & Scrub Bungalow is our favorite way to spring clean.

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