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Before Cleveland became a hotbed for T-shirt culture, Nightsweats and T-Cells raised awareness and created hope for those with HIV and AIDS. Now after 27 years, its brand of screen-printed activism continues the fight and inspires a new generation. 


Wild Ride

Blank Canvas Theatre Takes the Reins On A Revival

Local theaters haven't performed Equus for a decade, but now one company is bring it back.

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Verb Ballets

The Weekender: 5 Things to Do Aug. 11-13

Salute the sunset of summer vacation with everything from a dance show in a cemetery to glow yoga. 

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Manjula Nagaraja

Getting Naturalized at One World Day Makes a Mark

India native Manjula Nagaraja felt welcomed into the country and Cleveland at last year’s ceremony.

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Rustic Restaurant

Rustic Restaurant Keeps It All In The Family

The Rocky River spot celebrates 70 years with a slice of hospitality and homestyle cooking.

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Rainbow Flex

This Technology Is Designed To Save The Tiniest Patients

Rainbow Flex, the world's first high tech surgical bed, is made specifically with babies in mind.

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Breast Feeding

3 Tips To Help Mom Breast-Feed

Overcome the obstacles and get back on track.

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Kids' Books

Get These Back-to-School Reads

Whether you have a tot or teen, Cleveland authors have created thoughtful, illustrated new books.

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Rachele Alpine

Teaching Helps Rachele Alpine Write Authentic Books

The Perry High School teacher is releases a young-adult book and middle-grade book this summer.

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Change Agents

Changing Your Birthing Plan Is Normal

Not everything will go as planned and that's OK.

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Brim Kitchen & Brewery

Brim Kitchen & Brewery Finds Its Level

After an ambitious opening, the Willoughby spot settles in.

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Howard The Duck

Embrace Your Love of Bad "B" Movies

In honor of Mystery Science Theatre 3000, we look at our claim to bad movie fame.

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