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What better ingredients for the Browns than a group of players who truly understand our love of all things Cleveland and our hatred of all things Steelers? They grew up with Bernie Kosar and Eric Metcalf, lived the near-miss disappointments of the 1980
Here in Cleveland, we love our scalawags and scamps, our crooks, cads and clowns. They give us character, a history. They make Cleveland a real city, unlike all those prefab, just-add-water Sun Belt towns. Just like we’re half appalled, half entertained when our unemployed cousin gets drunk at our wedding reception and brags about his time in jail, a mischievous part of us loves our history of vice. We’re fascinated by our bank robbers, bribe takers and brothels — even our mad butchers — as long as they’re safely in the past. And just like we love our uncle who wears the powder-blue suit and too-short tie, we love our city’s bloopers and bad ideas. We tell Cleveland jokes and laugh. We’ve lived so long with our moments of citywide shame, we find them endearing. Hence, this collection of the most notorious people, incidents and places in Cleveland’s history, all the way from the 1790s to 2006. Notorious enough to capture our fascination, to keep us buzzing (even 200 years later) but not so disturbing as to haunt us. That’s why you’ll find murders, but not recent murders, in the pages to come, and why you won’t see stories of suffering children (Beverly Potts or the Kirtland cult killings). In fact, we want to know who or what you can’t resist reading about. We’ve even laid odds on it.
With an Ivy League degree in hand, doors open before you can get to them. but what if you're not interested? What if you're only the second public schools student to attend Harvard in 20 years and you discover that the formula for happ
From the moment they put on this garment, tomorrow's doctors face a gauntlet of germs, gut-checks and gross anataomy. A look inside the lives of three first-year medical students at Case Western Reserve University.
Some people hold onto their first love. Our writer carries a torch for a street.
Cirque du Soleil stretches into arena stages for its most spectacular show yet.
Taking Cleveland's highways to heaven
One passport to three local institutions helps bring out your inner Jane Goodall.
What do you do when Rock and Roll Hall of Fame voters won't take your favorite band seriously? If you're a member of the Kiss Army, you march on Voinovich Park August 5.
His sights, sounds and symbolism star in Rock Hall exhibit.
Before buyers trek through dozens of potential dream homes, it helps to zero in on the type of area they see themselves in. Four homeowners share why they're happy right where they are.
Travel & Outdoors
Our writer plays "Choose Your Own Adventure" on the waterways of West Virginia...will she pick "Summer Camp Canoe" or "Olympian Death Wisk"?
After menopause, women still need gynecological care, doctors say. Annual exams, either by a gynecologist or a family doctor, are key to avoiding and treating many health problems common in older women.
New research suggests that turmeric and ginger could help prevent Alzheimer's and cancer.
Seniors embrace non-traditional exercise, from yoga to ballroom dancing.
It's just kids being kids
Wanna be an astronaut, ornithologist, writer, music producer, maybe an agrarian? Here's how to get started.
A mom can dream.. from kid-friendly cuts to the most adorable outfits, check out a few of the places that'll have the gang looking good (for the first five minutes, anyway).
Hop on a skateboard. Skip through a garden. Jump in a go-0cart. Move-It!
Spider web soup...tots in toques...gingerbread houses and more!
Bugs on a cake and alligators on your birthday - these days, kids' parties are wild 'n' out every which way.
know it all? Are you sure? From wooden streets to chalk on the sidewalk, check out our list of 10 surprising finds in UCI.