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Food + Drink
That '70s Shop
Grum’s has been a Coventry fixture for 32 years, so when Ilene MacLellan took over five years ago, she kept it vintage.
Treats With a Twist
Not sure you want to try egg tarts, mooncakes or barbecue pork buns? You just haven't visited Koko Bakery yet.
In the CLE
Teeba Furat Fahdil Hameed is a Daisy Scout who loves her dog and playing with other kids. She's also an 8-year-old who is facing her 12th surgery, after her family's tragic encounter with a roadside bomb on an Iraq street.
The St. Clair-Superior neighborhood’s AsiaTown district offers a variety of authentic Asian cuisines and the ingredients needed to bring a taste of the Far East and Southeast Asia to your kitchen table.
Cleveland Heights’ former hippie paradise has grown into a hipster hangout. The landmark vegetarian restaurant, old-school record store and indie rock concert club are just the start. Take a closer look at this inner-ring suburb’s most famous
Master of Disaster
John Stark Bellamy II is the keeper of our city’s darkest tales. After moving away from Cleveland five years ago, he returns this month with a new anthology and a local lecture series.
The West Side Market and Great Lakes Brewing Co. alone make it a must-visit neighborhood. But West 25th and Lorain is just a starting point for cool hangouts.
Rocky River’s century-old shopping district exudes a charm that’s tough to find these days. With Beachcliff Market Square nearby, you can explore the city’s roots and remade retail center in one walkable visit.
Marcia Fudge is faced with a heavyweight opportunity to reshape local politics. But can she land the punches necessary to get the job done?
A hidden museum waits its turn in the shadows of a Lakewood shop.
Breast cancer survivors bring their journeys to the stage.
The American Indian is not dead.
Parade of Homes — In the Market
The combination of federal tax credits and a buyer's market make right now an optimal time to buy a newly constructed home.
Rescuing A Man From Icy Waters
James Noyes, 26, is pursuing his doctorate in microbiology at Kent State University. On the afternoon of Jan. 8, the Hubbard man was driving along Salt Springs Road in Trumbull County when a vehicle in an oncoming lane lost control.
Solari co-owners Terrie Viets and Jane Clark bring a taste of Tuscany, Venice, Sicily and more to Rocky River.
Under A Spell
Modern Pixie designer Judy Crighton started creating pieces as a teenager.
Hooping It Up
Kid stuff grows into a serious form of exercise and expression.