Today's four-legged friends enjoy the same luxurious life as their pampered owners.
Why would the state of Ohio cut an Indian tribe from Oklahoma in on the potential millions of dollars to be made from gambling? We took a thousand-mile trip to find out the surprisingly short answer: Ohio may not have a choice.
Marion Dailey, bartender, Shooters in the Flats
In a town known for its Dawg Pound, would you expect anything less than full fanatic obsession with our furry (or feathered or finned) friends? So to keep your tail wagging, we go in search of the best in organic food, catnip-lined sleeping mats, doggie m
From the Plain Dealer's circus-like '60s era newsroom emerged Robert Manry, pilot of the sailboat, Tinkerbelle, whose unlikely Trans-Atlantic journey led to one of his newspaper's darkest, most entertaining days.
The Channel 19 anchorwoman hasn't just reported the news. She's made it. She's been on "Letterman," been seen with De Niro, gotten nude to report on Tunick. Now Cleveland Magazine goes behind the glass in search of Sharon Reed. (She even undre
High Spirits for a NEO summer
The Cleveland Museum of Art's NEO Show displays the best work from Northeast Ohio artists.
We've seen the dream houses they build for other people. But what do they build for themselves? We went inside the $1 million-plus homes of three local builders to show you.
Big homes mean big space and, consequently, the ability to allot rooms specific uses. Here are three new spaces cropping up in a growing number of luxury homes.
Check out these four high-end home items that'll have the neighbors drooling.