Food + Drink
Stick to your New Years resolutions and break out the blender with these simple and tasty recipes.
Warm up with these versions of the comforting Vietnamese soup.
The college staples graduates to new heights at Lakewood's Yuzu.
Fried chicken rules the roost at Soho Chicken & Whiskey.
Executive chef Mark Standen leaves us wide-eyed with his grilled big-eyed tuna.
Chef and owner Eddie Zalar crafts a menu full of creative and nostalgic dishes.
Kick off a healthy 2017 by stocking your kitchen with watermelon, sardines and more.
With a menu of new restaurants the suburb ups its grub game.
Sure there's pepperoni but you'll want to nab a slice of the earthy Wild Mushroom pizza at this Chardon spot.
In the CLE
The dancers were from the celebrated Cleveland Ballet.
Keep your New Year's resolution with these exercise hot spots, three local probiotics and a friendly competition that will get you out of the house.
Under CEO Eric Gordon’s leadership, the Cleveland Metropolitan School District has improved graduation, enrollment and attendance numbers. The district even passed the test of a November renewal levy. But possible changes to graduation standards and looming negotiations with the teachers union could hold him back.
Our clothing is more than just a style statement. Certain pieces hold sentimental value and are a reflection of our past.
2016 was a year of champions, conventions and new places, but those accomplishments didn't happen overnight.
The longtime sidekick finally has his own radio show.
Clevelander (and genius) Peng Zhou joined 10 other kids on a D.C. visit to talk science and more.
The artist and architect keeps us guessing with works using anything from cigar tips to urine.
The Cleveland Indians pitcher possesses a nasty slider and mid-90 mph fastball that helped him win the ALCS MVP.
The queer feminist and zine publisher isn’t afraid to discuss depression and sexuality.
The U.S attorney for Northern Ohio continues to work on the most pressing issues facing the region, including the heroin epidemic and police reform.
The Cavs event and arena marketing manager got the ultimate task of planning the city's biggest party of the year.
The mother of three pulled from her own experiences to create a line of pregnant mommy-friendly active wear.
The WKYC traffic reporter rose above criticism and now is shining a light on others who have overcome obstacles in their own lives.
The WVIZ PBS Ideastream reporter grew up with a passion for asking questions and telling stories.
After her car was broken into, the designer turned the broken glass into beautiful pieces of jewelry.
The DJ empowers kids to breathe fresh life into their neighborhoods through summer camps, arts education residencies and after-school programs.
The artist creates bright abstract paintings with his beard.
The former business agent did what you dream of — he quit his job to start a brewery.
The Land Studio project manager puts his own artistic stamp on Cleveland.
We’ve fallen hard for the sharp-shooting, stylish Cleveland Cavaliers guard.
The youngest member on city council has the potential to reinvigorate the city with a progressive community-based approach to politics.
The local entrepreneur and investor showed us the true meaning of hustle on the LeBron James' reality show Cleveland Hustles.
The high school junior is the No. 1 ranked wheelchair fencer in the U.S. and the winner of three national championships.
The author's whimsical tale is getting transformed into an interactive, multisensory theater experience at the New York City Children’s Theater.
The community activist is making our city more diverse with the Cleveland Asian Festival and her efforts to spread awareness about Asian cultural events to all.
After 11 years of studying, the Clevelander got her GED at 52 and is now an advocate for adult learning.
The new Cuyahoga County prosecutor takes office this month with plans to listen to the community and have open conversations.
Since arriving in July, the Cleveland 19 News reporter has tackled covering the Cavs parade and the World Series.
The Brewnuts couple taps into Cleveland's craft beer and dining renaissance with its tasty treats.
The Land writer and director continues to push for honest and raw stories with his latest project.
The Inner Bliss Yoga Studios owner and Believe in CLE founder has taken yoga to the masses.
The Cleveland Browns wide receiver was a bright spot during the team’s losing 2016 season.
The Lake County NAACP Chairman of Religious Affairs returned to school at the age of 60 when he received an epiphany from God.
The health care entrepreneur saves kids, climbs mountains and has a black belt in karate.
The Case Western Reserve University student makes long-distance relationships more meaningful with her Parihug stuffed bears.
Born without the lower half of his body, the former high school athlete proves hard work can pin any obstacle.
Sculptor Joshua “Ginger” Monroe talks a Trump presidency and how art and politics mix.
You lived it, Cleveland. Now remember it.
From live-streamed yoga to some peaceful floating, we're here to help with your resolutions.
University of Akron political science professor John C. Green says signs of a Trump win were there all along.
Two Cleveland history buffs give us the for and against.
From favorite old school haunts to public luminaries, we remember some of the people and places we lost last year.
Folks in Northeast Ohio complain about chilly weather. A lot. But is it really that bad?
Richmond Heights’ Greenwood Farm hosted two scary movie shoots and is often visited by paranormal investigators.
Grab your popcorn and hold onto your Snowcaps: we’re buttering you up with these sneak peaks of Cleveland-centric films premiering on the big (and small) screens this year.
Cleveland Opera Theater lifts the curtain on experimental works and pop-takes on the classical genre.
The Black and Blue Side by Side project has a gallery opening this month.
A hometown-forged 1899 Chandler and Price printing press heads to the new Artful community art studios in Cleveland Heights.
DayGlo’s glow-in-the-dark paint makes a gallery show a party.
The Life Without Sound is frontman Dylan Baldi’s most personal album yet
George Gershwin's jazzy composition pops up all over.
Sherwin-Williams’ deep greens and moody blues are trending. Here’s how they can work on and off the walls.