Food + Drink
While we will never tire of Great Lakes Brewing Co.'s Christmas Ale, these twists on the favorite holiday drink will keep you feeling jolly all season long.
With a menu full of bright and fresh flavors, Jezebels Bayou delivers just the right amount of kick.
It's been a long time since we've seen so much beer production here. If you want to drink in what the city (and suburbs) have to offer, start with our CLE sampler.
Between three signature restaurants, six burger joints, Iron Chef duties, The Chew tapings and a tour to promote his new book, Carnivore: 120 Recipes for Meat Lovers, Michael Symon's calendar was, to say the least, a little overbooked. Y
In the CLE
Ever since our second issue in May 1972, we've been writing about University Circle's efforts to become "a place with people, with commerce, with culture, with education, with jobs." Cleveland's second downtown has been reshaped and transformed in the las
Carr was the first overall pick in the 1971 NBA draft and played for the Cavs until 1980. He is now a commentator for the team's telecasts.
We've watched Brian, Bernie and so, so many others lead the Browns offense over the years. Keep it straight with our handy guide to the quarterbacks we've known since 1972.
American Splendor creator Harvey Pekar is honored with an interactive tribute unlike anything we've seen before.
Long before There was CLE Clothing, Fresh Brewed Tees or GV Art + Design, there was Daffy Dan — a longhaired, mustachioed dude who became the godfather of the Cleveland T-shirt. You can still swing by his shop at 2101 Superior Ave.
Jeremy Smith's new Cleveland architecture coloring book makes you want to reach for a 64-count box of Crayolas.
After 14 years as Cuyahoga County prosecutor, Bill Mason stepped down this fall to enter private practice. He leaves behind a dual reputation as a tough lawman and a savvy machine politician. He helped usher in county reform. Yet as he left office, critic
Hargrove, who won 721 games as manager of the Indians from 1991-1999, led the team to a 100-44 record in 1995 and the team's first World Series appearance since 1954. The Tribe clinched the division title with a 3-2 win against the Baltimore Orioles on Se
The intersection of West 25th Street and Lorain Avenue is the epicenter of the city's coolest neighborhood, which bills itself as an artisanal food and drink destination. Our map is just a start.
Evidence of our industrial roots run up to the edge of downtown, where the Medical Mart, Horseshoe Casino and new apartments are reshaping the city's core.
When the Cleveland Press printed its last edition in 1982, a little part of the city died, too. Maybe nobody knows this better than Dick Feagler, who worked at the Press before becoming part of our staff. He offered a lengthy obituary fo
When Cleveland Magazine debuted in 1972, new leaders were stepping up to help an anxious city.
Jon Hill's handiwork brings tangible craftsmanship to an acoustic art form.
Everything from group sex to the demise of the Cleveland Press to Paul Newman have graced our cover. Here are 20 of our most memorable moments in print.
In 1996, Cleveland was on a roll and the riverfront — particularly Shooters on the Water — was the place to revel during the city's bicentennial. The Flats' heyday has been over for more than a decade now. But this spring, the East Bank of the Flats will
The river fire may be the big joke, but it got the nation serious about the environment. Congressman Louis Stokes recalled the work that went into the Clean Water Act of 1972 for a story we wrote in 2009 marking the 40th anniversary of the fire.
Hindsight is 20-20 and all that, but it would be nice to get a do-over — or at least a Men In Black-style mind-erasing — when it comes to these memorable moments from the past 40 years.
In 1994, we traveled to Los Angeles to hang out with Cleveland's most famous comedic export since Bob Hope. Our profile ran 15 months before a little thing called The Drew Carey Show premiered on Sept. 13, 1995.
A new book reveals the incredible legacy of the man responsible for college football's most notable award.
Gail Ghetia Bellamy delves deep into the ghosts of Cleveland Christmases past.
Michael and Patricia Heaton team up on a holiday movie for the Hallmark Channel.
On Aug. 9, 1978, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band played the Agora in a performance broadcast live on WMMS. It has since become the most famous Springsteen bootleg of all time. The show was part of a free small-club tour Columbia Records hoped would
Downtown's theater district is home to a cast of characters with stage presence.