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Food + Drink
Marlin Kaplan ditches formality for fun and creative tacos and tequila at Roseangel.
Great cooking starts with the right tools.
Feel like staying in tonight? No problem. Eat well from the comfort of your couch with these 30 great places for takeout that prove a tasty meal at home doesn't have to mean dirty dishes.
Chefs and home cooks flock to Miller Livestock for its grass-fed meats.
This Fat Tuesday, indulge in a Polish treat.
In the CLE
America's sexiest bartender is pouring drinks downtown. Don't believe us? Ask Playboy.
Peter McDermott wants you to eat local. Here's why his idea could transform our city.
Two Akron men are still behind bars for robbing a string of restaurants in 1991, prompting one filmmaker to ask, 'How long is long enough?'
He's part of the Cleveland Cavaliers DNA. A 1971 first-round draft pick, Austin Carr has been with the organization almost 40 years. He contributed to the Miracle of Richfield. He witnessed the rise and fall of the King. Today, he provides catchy commenta
As her Middle Eastern-focused newspaper marks 10 years in print, Fatina Salaheddine talks about her view of the world.
It takes something special to make us glance twice. We found it in a morning news anchor we love waking up with, a spicy entrepreneur who's as passionate about business as her Latin culture, and a Cleveland Cavalier who's a real player ... of the saxophon
Author Tricia Springstubb finds truth with fiction.
Orchid Mania returns to the Cleveland Botanical Garden.
Sing the praises of this year's musical lineup.
The Womack Family Band's honest and organic approach proves American roots music is alive and well.
Preview three stories from the Akron Color Line Project.
An independent feature film made in the city 44 years ago gets a second life with a showing at the Cleveland Cinematheque.
Consider the trends when building a new home.
An eye-catching yard requires year-round work and planning.
When renovating, choose projects that boost your home's look and value.