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August 2016 Issue
'Cleveland, This Is For You!'
LeBron James' words in the immediate aftermath of winning Game 7 of the NBA Finals still gives us chills. We look back at how James and the Cleveland Cavaliers turned us into champions with stories from the people who witnessed history.
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Land of Plenty
It takes hard work and lots of early mornings, but these nine Cuyahoga Valley National Park farms are harvesting a curiosity in local foods and conservancy. By James Bigley II, Nikki Delamotte and Tricia McCune
Women, your time for better sex, less stress, sound sleep and a flat belly is now. Our women’s health guide helps you be your healthiest self with pro tips. Plus, find out who made the list of 848 doctors in 62 specialities ranked tops by their peers. Edited by Steve Gleydura and Kim Schneider
As high school football season kicks off this month, a new book and art exhibit examines the passion behind the Massillon Tigers tradition.
Dial ToneKatherine Boyd brings her melodious voice to Cleveland’s public radio airwaves.
Things RememberedWe look back at the impact of George Voinovich, who served as mayor of Cleveland, governor of Ohio and a U.S. senator.
Oriented ExpressBlink and you’ll miss the 18 new works of art along the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority’s Red Line.
RNC Update: The HangoverHere are three cures for your RNC malaise.
Squad GoalsThese Northeast Ohio athletes will represent Team USA during the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro Aug. 5-21.
In the Neighborhood
Akron's Highland Square
Here are a dozen spots to get you started.
Cleveland Hustles sells our city’s hardworking spirit to small-screen audiences as the CNBC reality show starts up this month.
What's Up Doc?
Now that LeBron James has delivered a championship, here's what we're dreaming about next: Space Jam 2.
Beat MakerBudding rappers, poets, playwrights and musicians can share verses at a new literary arts space.
Stepping OutA summer theater program sets the stage for an arts career.
Set MatchRamon Rivas II, who hosts the Accidental Comedy Fest this month, takes us behind the scenes of his Comedy Central gig.
Big PictureAn inaugural fest in the Flats aims to go beyond a standard art show and draw in creators and collectors from throughout the country.
The Cleveland Orchestra takes up residency in the nearby Hough neighborhood.
Hart & Hawthorn makes handcrafted soaps, candles, beard oil and more.
With the Cleveland International Kite Festival soaring into town this month, we offer a few tips for flying right.
CiCLEvia hits Ohio's City's West 25th Street on Aug. 13
A writer’s eyes are opened on how to be a better friend.
Customer FeedbackPlum Cafe and Kitchen in Ohio City jumps into the dining scene with crispy chicken feet.
The Review: SolUsing Spanish and American influences, Sol’s Michael Schoen is driven to create bold flavors.
Relative GainsSibling Revelry Brewing prevents craft brewery fatigue with interesting hop profiles.
Adega executive chef and managing partner Eddie Tancredi mixes things up for the home cook.
Take a bite out of the plump, juicy seasonal tomatoes you see popping up at farmers markets this summer.
Costal Taco brings an easy vibe and good food to the Flats East Bank.
The List: Barbecue
Break out the napkins for these five spots.
Before summer ends, try these 13 fun ideas to spark creativity, grow confidence, teach responsibility and get ready for school.
The Glenville Race Track was the place to be as the age of the automobile dawned.