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August 2018

Featured Articles

Best Doctors: Why One Woman Chose to Live

After contemplating suicide, one writer shares her struggles with depression and why she decided to live. 

Food + Drink

4 Off-The-Cob Corn Recipes To Taste

These dishes make us keen on Ohio sweet corn kernels.

5 Links To Celebrate National Bratwurst Day

We're bringing you the best local 'wursts.

5 Sandwiches To Elevate Lunch

These sammies go beyond the classics.

Cheese And Chong's Mac Melts Our Hearts

Their trippy decor and tasty food leave us begging for more.

Eclairs Are Having A CLE Moment

These delicate French desserts get a modern update at the Macaron Tea Room.

Luca West Brings Modern Italian To Westlake

The owner's second location breathes life into a troubled location.

Lucky's Market: 3 Things We Love

The grab-and-go options make grocery shopping a breeze.

In the CLE

1952: Kids Have Fun At The Cuyahoga County Fair

Participating in the bubble-blowing contest was just one summer favorite.

Aaron Goldhammer Wagers CLE Prop Bets

We're pining for the day sports gambling is legal in Cleveland, so we dreamt up some bets with the ESPN Cleveland host. 

Banking on Downtown

Developers Frank and Malisse Sinito are emerging as two of downtown's top real estate players with the recent purchase of Key Tower, the Garfield Building and the 925 Building. But their mission to transform Cleveland goes beyond restoring historic locations.

Care Counts

Tackling Cleveland's health disparities could be the key to our economic future.

Forget Transformers: Tim Willis' Robots Are Real

The self-taught builder on Cleveland's East Side spends 16 to 18 hours per day on his creations.

Jay Crawford Is Right Where He Wants To Be

Forget ESPN, the former SportsCenter anchor is going live from FirstEnergy Stadium this month.

More Than A Game: On LeBron Leaving Cleveland

Editor Steve Gleydura comes to terms with The King's departure and what it means for Northeast Ohio.

Positively Terri

As the creator of the nationally syndicated The Pajama Diaries, Terri Libenson has brought a unique voice to the funny pages. With her second graphic novel, she's helping preteen girls find theirs as well.

Relive Bridgestone's Best Moments

The place where Tiger Woods hoisted his second world champ trophy will host its last WGC-Bridgestone tournament.

Summer Obsession Grows From Simple Curiosity

A 1950s era Cape Cod is torn down and replaced by a new home — and a neighbor's voyeuristic tendencies come out.

The Wall That Heals Is Cathartic For Local Vets

A local veteran tells us what the traveling replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial means to him and his brothers in arms.

This Shipwreck May Be Lake Erie's Oldest

Divers plan to identify the ship, which experts believe to be from the early 1800s, early this month.


"A Song For Our Children" Confronts Gun Violence

After the Parkland, Florida, shooting, Colin Dussault wanted to make a difference.

Boy George Reflects On His Chameleonic Career

His tour with Culture Club rolls into Cleveland this month.

Four CLE Poets Take The Stage At National Poetry Slam

We break down the lineup repping the North Coast.

InCuya Fest Survival Guide

From what to wear to which hits to memorize, here's what you need to know about Cleveland's biggest music fest. 

Inner City Hues' Art Reclaims Neighborhood Spaces

Resident artists contribute murals, installations and public pieces that reflect life in the community.

At Home

4 Items At Rebuilders Xchange To Uncover

There's a home piece for everyone at this East 53rd Street furniture hub.

5 Easy Ways To Go Green

Becoming eco-friendly is more simple than you'd think.

One University Circle Is Home For This Couple

The amenities suit their busy, active lifestyle.

We Rounded Up The Top Mortgage Professionals In Northeast Ohio

Whether you're buying a new house of looking to refinance, check this list for people to help.


Sarah Krisher Studio's Bling Makes Statements

Her handmade jewelry pieces are the perfect finishing touch to any outfit.

Travel & Outdoors

3 Events To Celebrate CLE's Rising ParkScore

Our parkland is growing  — and we're getting out to celebrate this month.

3 Twilight At The Zoo Tips

The event's 25th anniversary is going to be lit.

Date Of The Month: Vino Veritas

Their urban romance makes this Old Brooklyn spot perfect for a rendezvous.

The Feast In Little Italy: 4 Things To Know

Fireworks, fun, food and faith come together for an unforgettable Feast of the Assumption.

We Tried It: Studio How-To

The DIY shop in Coventry can bring out your creative side.


Best Doctors: 12 Common Mental Illnesses Defined, Treated

The brain is a complex organ, and mental illnesses are just as intricate. Doctors explain what to look for and how to manage each. 

Best Doctors: 3 Rising Mental Health Treatments

We look at three up-and-coming innovations for preventative measures and treaments for mental health disorders.

Best Doctors: 5 Self-Care Tips

It's time to focus on finding balance and taking care of your own mental well-being.

Best Doctors: Can Ketamine Beat Depression?

Once known as a party drug, ketamine is being looked at as an innovative solution to treatment-resistant clinical depression.

Best Doctors: Connecting Addiction and Mental Illness

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center's Dr. Ted Parran discusses the shift in treatment for addiction and mental health issues.

Best Doctors: Fight Of Their Lives

For years Kim and Carol Jaworski tried to get their son Robert help with his mental illness. Only after he attacked them with a knife were they finally able to get him the treatment he needed.

Best Doctors: How To Spot Childhood Mental Illness

Recognizing depression or anxiety can be much tougher in kids.

Best Doctors: Recognizing Elderly Depression

How to determine the difference between natural aging and red flags for mental illness.

Best Doctors: This Quiz Reveals Depression

Cleveland Clinic's patient health questionnaire charts symptoms to help doctors screen for depression.

Best Doctors: Why One Woman Chose to Live

After contemplating suicide, one writer shares her struggles with depression and why she decided to live.