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Food + Drink
Creative takes on the Southern comfort treat chicken and waffles are the new stars of Cleveland's dinner menus.
Salt & Honey Baking Co. creations are light-years away from those perfected by '50s housewives.
Chef Matthew Spinner whips up a new take on Press Wine Bar.
Celebrate the holidays by dressing up your feast with those little red tart beauties knows as cranberries.
Almost overnight, Bold Food and Drink turned the tables on a Flats East Bank spot.
Celebrate the Jewish holiday with this traditional latke recipe.
A Latin American taqueria designed for the suburbs manages to exude personality, warmth and authenticity.
In the CLE
22.1 Inches of Snow Blanketed The City In 1950
In 1950, a snowstorm besieged the city.
We face off against Mike Polk Jr. in his new drinking game.
Case Western Reserve University professor Rhonda Y. Williams is sounding the bell on local police reform.
Creating better interactions between minors and the justice system must start by having a conversation.
The hallmarks of the holidays carry on through life and death.
Give the 12 days of Christmas with this present service.
Oft-forgotten Duck Island prepares to take flight with a host of neighborhood development projects.
In advance of the Republican National Convention, Cleveland looks at the Red Line as a canvas for public art.
As Cleveland moves forward as a city on the rise, we risk leaving too many behind. Creating solutions for greater equity may be our best chance at a sustainable future.
Tim Kelly and Josh Clemence set out to conquer Colorado’s treacherous Leadville Trail 100 Run through the Rocky Mountains. Where they ended up changed their lives. Now, they’re hoping to do the same for others with their Run Wild CLE movement.
Krampus of Cleveland is on the hunt for youngsters on the naughty list.
Dan Auerbach takes some time away from the Black Keys to experiment with his dreamy side project, the Arcs
Jingle Bell Rock
The Cleveland guitar hero reveals what he's learned after 14 years of shows.
It's a jolly holiday for Rebecca Pitcher as she reprises the role of Mary Poppins.
Spaces gallery rewrites history with a fake museum that corrects injustices.
Ohio Burlesque flips the cape on the Star Wars you know and love.
Local artists send out season's greetings.
Here are three city apartments to call home now.
Get wrapped up in Glam & Grace's bold scarves.
We make it easy to buy the perfect locally made gift (for $25 or less!) for anyone on your list.
It can be tough dealing with a medical condition. But these four Clevelanders persevered and found relief.