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Food + Drink
Green Valley Giants
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
Raising the Bar: Bar Cento
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
In the CLE
A Zoo Story
Our writer’s grandfather fed lions, faced down the dragons of the steel mill, made wine but not whiskey, and left a family’s worth of legends behind. All Clevelanders have stories like his, if they’re lu
Enduring an interrogation by Syrian border guards
In his search for a travel companion, University Heights resident Ian Hoffman agreed to a side trip to Syria, a country where Americans are viewed with suspicion.
Mike Charlton’s jet bike is made of steel tubing, sheet metal, fiberglass and pizza boxes.
After snagging millions for just a cameo in “Spider-Man 3,” Cleveland is hoping a motion picture tax credit before Ohio lawmakers this spring could bring the city more lights, cameras and cash.
Peace in the Garden
Ohashi’s photograph of the Koishikawa Korakuen Garden in Tokyo
If you haven’t heard Kristine Jackson belt out a tune, you’re missing the local music scene’s next rising star
Reduce, reuse, recycle is the key for Cleveland fashion line Ccella Bottega.
Three always-on-the-go moms enjoy some long-deserved pampering. From color to cut to makeup, the winners of Cleveland Magazine’s reader-makeover contest receive a new look and a day all to themselves.