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Market Garden Brewery pours creativity into its lineup of fun, upscale bar food.
We road-tested a trio of our favorites.
In the CLE
These games may seem intimidating but are actually quite simple.
What's our 24-hour casino like long after dark? We visited at 3 a.m. on a Wednesday to find out.
Slot machines are mesmerizing, fun and, yes, sometimes confusing.
What do ancient bones in a long-hidden cave mean to modern dentistry? A group from Case is looking for the answer.
An innovative program could end chronic homelessness in Cleveland by 2020 — with the community's help.
Here are a dozen spots to get you started in Downtown Lakewood.
Alan Glazen, the son of a carpenter, built a successful ad agency pitching political campaigns and creativity. But in his second career, he's redirecting his manic energy into workingman bars, coffee shops and restaurants in the city's emerging neighborho
After plenty of struggle, PGA pro, Kent State grad and 2003 British Open champ Ben Curtis has recaptured that winning feeling in 2012.
Writer and director Randy Johnson's One Night with Janis Joplin delves into the life and soul of one of rock's most distinctive female voices.
Photographer Chuck Mintz's new exhibit at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage examines the value we attach to everyday items.
Attack Cat, the duo of Rachel Hoskins and Dave Douglas, plans to unleash new songs at Cain Park show.
Iconic rock writer Jane Scott takes her rightful place in the shrine celebrating the music she loved.
The Cooks were ready to downsize until they came across this space ready for entertaining.
The Farrells' cozy family room encompasses their desire to bring the outdoors inside.
With well-placed nods to his heritage, Pat Mullin's Irish pub serves up a dose of fun and whimsy.
A red-hot, ultra-sleek kitchen is the center of attention inside Michael Kelly's penthouse condominium.
Inspired by a love of movies, Joel Testa transformed his basement into the ultimate theater experience.
With views of Lake Erie and a steam shower, Brett Scully's modern master bathroom is worth waking up for.
Ben Carson uses his shop, The Nest in Tremont, as a spot for local artists to show off their photography, jewelry and prints.
As the first day nears, we offer a back-to-school guide for grown-ups with strategies for getting organized, keeping your kids mentally sharp and easing the transition back to class.