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In our minds, the East and West sides are equal, but different. While you can get a great meal or have a fun night out on either side of town, there are some experiences you can only find by crossing over (and we don't mean Little Italy or the Warehouse
Cleveland's nonprofits are the most efficient in the country, thanks to a heritage of generosity, fiscal responsibility and strong leadership.
Black-and-white thinking about Cleveland's East Side-West Side split keeps us from confronting the real storm cloud that hangs over our city.
A proposed boulevard from I-490 to University Circle would open up the city.
Mike Santora, independent snowplow driver
Two local entrepreneurs are pushing to revive the Cleveland Christmas legend made famous by Earl Keyes this holiday season with a slate of appearances and a line of new memorabilia they hope will bring the local tradition to a new generation of kids.
When a friend moves from east to west, we find many reasons to celebrate.
Lured by the silvery rewards of the Rocky River, one avid fisherman turns his morning drive into a pilgrimage for trout.
Armed with $200 of the magazine's money, two couples confront unfamiliar streets, strange food and their own stereotypes on opposite sides of the Cuyahoga.
The fabled antagonism between the East and West sides of Cleveland boasts a lengthy pedigree. We offer a timeline for the serious student.
More than 60 years after their own internment for the "crime" of looking like the enemy, some local Japanese Americans are telling their stories and warning of the dangers of wartime hysteria.
The crowning of King James and 11 other things you may have heard about in the past 12 months.
You've got a cause. Now, should you start your own nonprofit?
Mark Winegardner is a made guy. The "Crooked River Burning" author was chosen to pen the sequel to Mario Puzo's 1969 saga of the Corleone family. He'd like you to meet Nick Geraci, one of the toughest mobsters Murray Hill never produced.
Moving bodies move Cleveland.
Travel & Outdoors
Catch the spirit and some unparalleled chicken dinners in Frankenmuth, Mich.
University Hospitals' Spine Institute leads the way with advances in back care.
Tiny technology shows great potential for health care.
Despite Ohio's struggling economy, we can still dream of quitting our jobs early and living the good life, right? Judging by the overwhelming response to our call for volunteers, a lot of you have visions of vacations, community service or a quiet retreat
Local diabetes researchers focus on eye disorders.
Here, the innovative and economic impact aren't controversial.