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Great Scott Tavern executive chef Michael Keyerleber fine-tunes the culinary character of the East Side restaurant.
The sandwiches are simple and piled high at Herb 'N Twine.
Local chefs and bars are coupling up to bring innovative cuisine to a stool near you.
It's easy to eat vegan at this downtown Cleveland spot.
This gift pairs two guilty pleasures into one tasty treat.
Score a touchdown at your Super Bowl party with these winning tips and recipes.
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Make the most of your brunch outing by following some of these tips.
These burgers aren't your ordinary fast-food fare. Like brunch itself, they creatively combine some of our favorite breakfast and lunch staples for a savory-meets-sweet mashup.
Take our mini Chagrin Falls brunch cocktail crawl.
Take our mini Flats East Bank brunch cocktail crawl.
Here is how some of our favorite pancakes, waffles and French toasts stack up.
Three bacons we love.
Take our mini Ohio City brunch cocktail crawl.
Here's everything you need to know before going to a brunch buffet.
In the CLE
In 1912, Johnny Kilbane fought his way to featherweight champ.
A new customer satisfaction ranking shows there's turbulence at the Cleveland airport.
Artist Chris Ryniak molds his own path with irresistibly adorable, slightly spooky toys.
We remember when the legendary pitcher was traded to Cleveland.
Denial can be the positive push we need to defy the odds.
The 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees reflect an institution that is finally embracing the rebellion of rock 'n' roll.
During an under-the-radar year, Cuyahoga County executive Armond Budish puts a new face on progress.
Fuzzy, 9-foot Slovenian characters descend upon St. Clair to scare away winter.
Whether single or taken, heat up Valentine's Day with our swoon-worthy guide.
With great on-air chemistry and storytelling, WKYC co-anchors Russ Mitchell and Sara Shookman are quickly becoming the newscast duo to watch.
Thousands have chosen to represent Cleveland by becoming a committee Volunteer.
In the spirit of their new movie, the Russo brothers pick sides in contested debates.
You don't have to go to Springfield to get your Simpsons fix, the family comes to town this month.
Tamyra Gray explores life's possibilities in If/Then.
The release of sealed documents spurs a new exhibit on an infamous Holocaust mastermind.
Brent Kirby's 10x3 Songwriter/Band Showcase finds a rhythm with an Akron outpost.
Early artists captured the mystery of hulking, half-buried ancient Egyptian monuments.
Sofar Sounds' one-night-only shows are reconnecting audiences with intimate live music.
Bundle up as the outdoor music bash moves to the Flats.
Letterpress Jess makes printed cards, stationery, wedding invitations and more.
Gia Fantozzi Paulovich and Alexis Rosen, heads of Creative Babes, are launching a virtual market event as local shops and independent makers get creative online.
Putting all the pieces together for a successful camp season takes preparation, communication and a willingness to try new things. So follow our expert advice for the best summer yet.