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Food + Drink
The Little Italy restaurant scene is a mix of traditional Italian fare, modern cuisine and plenty of pizza.
Chef Michael Longo's unusual creations spark the interest of suburban taste buds.
Wealth of Flavors
Chef Jill Vedaa's inventive new restaurant borrows a historic location and iconic name.
In the CLE
Apparel & Accessories
The clothing you'll find here comes from around the world, making for a much different experience than hitting the mall.
Holy Rosary pastor Joseph Previte leads a congregation fueled by tradition and devotion.
Tony Vitantonio is a third-generation resident of Little Italy, and he isn't going anywhere.
A veritable United Nations of art, this neighborhood's nearly two dozen galleries reach far beyond strictly Italian fare.
Little Italy's 10 gift shops are filled with works by local artisans and hard-to-find imports alike.
Greetings From Linndale
Linndale, Cuyahoga County's tiniest town and most infamous speed trap, has survived being torn in half, the wrath of the state legislature, and the scorn of several state Supreme Court justices. By last year, Linndale faced only one more challenge: the U.S. Census.
Using a Polaroid camera to capture a moment requires patience and practice. Timothy Logan likes the challenge.
Letting Go of LeBron
After another postseason meltdown and a flood of national criticism, the man who proclaimed himself king has a lot to think about during the offseason. So do we.
An art installation on display here through Sept. 11 puts a new spin on the global warming debate.
World of Beauty
Barbara Strom's shop showcases imports from Italy and around the globe.
You Got Trouble
Casinos are instruments of the devil, trouble with a capital T — according to all I've heard and read.
Art I Am
A traveling exhibit of bronze Dr. Seuss characters shows a different side of the children's book author.
Photographer Brian Ulrich deals with consumerism in the Cleveland Museum of Art's latest exhibit.
Day By Day
Julia Kuo's art began as a personal, visual record of her life here. It's since grown into a blog that offers unusual and insightful views of the city.
Showing classics and foreign art films in a single-screen theater without a concession stand isn't easy. Just ask John Ewing. The director of the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque has been doing it for 25 years.
After more than eight decades in its former location, the Cleveland Play House moves to the city's Theater District.
Fox 8's Stefani Schaefer has carried her DIY attitude into her East Side home.
Channel 3's Mark Nolan puts a masculine stamp on a century-old farmhouse and 4-acre property.
Former Cav Larry Nance's Bath retreat is playful, personal and perfectly cozy.
Chef Jonathan Bennett's ranch fits his modern yet classic design palate.
MOCA's Jill Snyder displays her love for art in her Shaker Heights apartment.
Chris Sorensen turned her childhood obsession into Lakewood's Crafty Goodness.
Laptops, iPads, social networks and computer simulation games are making their way into area classrooms, giving teachers a blank slate for innovative approaches to learning.