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For one reporter, every story had a thousand pictures.
In honor of National Kids Day, our writer lets her preschoolers do whatever they want for an entire day. It seemed like a good idea at the time. Honest.
Holding one of the state’s oldest liquor licenses and decades of tall tales, the restoration of a 1902 home turned tavern uncovered stories of gunslinging, Cuyahoga Valley cowboys and a pet crow.
Our 2009 package exploring 20 icons that define our city-- and the stories you haven't heard.
They are the buildings, monuments and symbols that are synonymous with our city. We sought out 20 of the most recognizable and uncovered stories you haven't heard.
Once you see it, you can't unsee it.
How the Western Reserve Historical Society has used the Chief Wahoo sign from municipal stadium to talk about racism.
Towering over the Hope Memorial Bridge — formerly known as the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge — these detailed sculptures are Northeast Ohio’s most significant Art Deco monuments.
Created by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje Van Bruggen, the sideways stamp might be the most divisive piece of public art in the city's history.
Before Key Tower and 200 Public Square, the Terminal Tower ruled Cleveland's skyline on its own and has become the city's symbol of pride and perseverance.
Built in 1890, The Arcade at 1401 Euclid Avenue is an architectural masterpiece.
A century ago, industry poured wealth into the city. It did so over the bridges that crisscross our crooked river. Times have changed, but the swinging, lifting and soaring spans remain. We asked Cleveland bridge enthusiast Mark Filippell (who just finished building his fourth bridge replica) about a trio of our favorites.
The orange-clad, white-striped helmet is known by Browns fans internationally. How did its design come to be?
The Thinker remains a moving piece of art to Clevelanders, despite its history of criminal damage.
Adjacent to Key Center, this 1964 fountain is located in Cleveland's Memorial Plaza.
Dedicated in 1894, Public Square, across from the Terminal Tower complex, the monument is a work of art that stands tribute to heroic lives and history.
Cleveland's--- and Christmas'--- celebrated "major award."
Though no longer lit, it is remembered.
No. 75, Song of the Whales, is located at the Cleveland Public Power Plant, 5152 N. Marginal Road.
Sometimes relationships are just too hard to figure out by yourself. Enter the Board of Love: three friends, business cards, monthly meetings and Robert’s Rules of Order.
Almost 35 years ago, Mark Kynett was a business owner who dreamed of a life in the skies. Now, the 56-year-old Akron man floats around as a Goodyear blimp pilot and says coming back to earth can be the hardest part.
Into a medical system on the brink of change, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine graduates an Army man with a family, an activist for equal health care and a rebel in green sneakers.
After leaving Nashville and a career as a professional songwriter, Chris Castle returns with a sound all his own.
Valerie Mayen’s Yellowcake line tempts fashion palates with sweet coats and dresses.
Guess what? It doesn’t begin with learning those ABCs and 1-2-3s. Get your child ready for school with simple, everyday activities that promote curiosity, coordination and cooperation.