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Food + Drink
Celebrate With Bubbles
Add some sparkle to your next Sunday brunch or make a special occasion even better
For a taste of home-away-from-home in tony Gates Mills, try the shepherd’s pie at Sara’s Place.
In the CLE
35th Anniversary: Knock Three Times:
We did — and found a place that keeps on surprising us
35th Anniversary: The Heat Index
Cleveland doesn’t get much hotter than July, and in 1990 the magazine celebrated the steamy month with a 27-page package on everything heating up the city. So what’s still hot, and what’s just plain not?
35th Anniversary: The Missionary
Dennis Kucinich is running for president -- again. Seriously. But the talk-show punch lines and complaints he can't win only feed his enormous self-confidence. He says he is Cleveland's message to America. But is Dennis the message we want to send?
And the Wiener Is...
A dog’s-eye view of the underdog of underdogs
Your road to financial freedom will include a few potholes. Follow the lead of five families that overcame common challenges.
The New Faces of Philanthropy
From a giving circle to an online information center, these Clevelanders are giving back.
We'll Always Have Fred — Cleveland Magazine's 35th Anniversary
The beloved Morning Exchange owed much of its popularity to the camaraderie between the show's three hosts: Liz Richards, Joel Rose and Fred Griffith, who died Friday.
King Size Influence
LeBron James is not just the biggest celebrity in the city of Cleveland. To many outsiders, he is the city of Cleveland. Now, two local sportswriters examine The LeBron Effect and its impact on everything from the corner office
As tuners and voicers for Schantz Organ Co., Jeff Herr and Brian Thomas put their well-trained ears to Severance Hall’s more than 6,000 organ pipes. We tag along to hear for ourselves.
The War at Home
A new Western Reserve Historical Society exhibit looks at World War II and Cleveland.
Slipcovers for the Terminal Tower? It could have happened.
Wrath Arcane tags garments with a message, not a label.
It’s unanimous: There’s no substitute for aerobic activity (and you’re probably not doing enough of it) — plus, now you need to add strength and resistance training to your weekly routine.
Meditation: Not Medication
A new study aims to prove that a relaxed state of mind can combat elevated blood pressure.
Popping The Pill
Not all dietary supplements are created equal. Here's why they may not be in your best interest.
The Dish On Your Diet
When it comes to fueling up, honestly listening to your body may be the best way to stay healthy.
Pumping iron: It’s not just for Mr. Universe anymore. Here’s how to make strength training a regular part of your exercise plan