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July 2013

Food + Drink

Fro Bros

Green Scene

Hot Seats

Hot Seats: Destination Delights

Hop in your car for these three spots that are worth the trip.

Hot Seats: Hidden Haunts

Grab a bite to eat outside at one of these secret locations.

Hot Seats: Scene Stealers

Lunch Bunch

Local chefs think outside the box with affordable and tasty three-course midday meals.

Museum Grade

Douglas Katz's Provenance delivers worldly dishes with an artistic flair.

News Bites

Culinary updates from around the city.

Split Decision

Tangy Twist

In the CLE


Bad Day

Glove Story

Feeling nostalgic for the Omar Vizquel-loving '90s? The Tribe favorite returns this month.

Golden Games

If you're 40 years old and already complaining about creaky knees, consider this a dose of athletic inspiration. The 2013 National Senior Games will draw nearly 11,000, 50-and-older a

Promise's Promises

Can an innovative effort in the Central neighborhood achieve the same success as the Harlem Children's Zone? It'll take intense commitment — and a lot of trust.

Ring Tones

Stretching Out

Trail Fix

Tweet Smarts: @TowerLightsCLE

@TowerLightsCLE illuminates the Terminal Tower's nightly show. 


Art Fare

Venture outside the city for one of these three suburban art festivals this month. 

Country Music

Identity Shift

A Museum of Contemporary art Cleveland exhibit showcases artists changing the image of our region through abnormal practices. 

Insert Coins

Labor of Love

Performance artist Susan Byrnes asks Clevelanders to proclaim their adoration for the city. 

Monster Draw

A group of local artists band together to bring live art to the city. 

Story Tellers

Kent-based folk-rock act Bethesda tackles loss and love in its newest release, The Reunion.


Devoted Designs

Georgie & Elaine celebrates romance with an ethereal collection.

Just Add Water

Get ready to hit the beach with gear that's as fun as it is functional.  

Travel & Outdoors

Park Place

Park Place: Explore More

Choose your own adventure within the park, whether you want to ride the rails or pedal the trails, scope out birds or cast a line. 

Park Place: Farm Fresh

Eating local just got easier. Here's what you can get at Countryside Farmers' Market, as well as several of the small working farms located within the park.

Park Place: History Lessons

The Cuyahoga Valley was once where a canal boomed and farms thrived. These four historic structures offer a glimpse back. 

Park Place: Kids' Stuff

The park and the village of Peninsula have lots of fun for the little ones planned this summer. Here are four of our favorites. 

Park Place: My Favorite Spot

Park Place: Picture Perfect

Local photographers tell stories behind their most stunning park shots. 

Park Place: Racking Up the Miles

The park contains 19.5 miles of the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail. Don't miss these spots.

Park Place: Snow Days

We know, you don't want to think about it. But there are great ways to make the most of winter in the park. 

Park Place: Walk Stars

There are more than 125 miles of trails within the park. here are five standout hikes to get you started

Park Place: Wild Lives

A multitude of critters call the Cuyahoga Valley home. We asked the park's chief of resource management Lisa Petit and biologist Meg Plona where to see some of our favorites. 


Healthy Living

As innovations make cosmetic enhancements more attractive, doctors talk popular procedures.