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East Palestine, Cleveland Magazine, July 2023

Featured Articles

Review: JoJo's Bar and Backyard Maintains the Legacy of Gamekeeper's Taverne

Stepping outside, the Chagrin Falls restaurant becomes a whole new experience for Northeast Ohio diners. By Dillon Stewart

Food + Drink

Cleveland’s Workspace-Approved Coffee Shops: Editor's Picks To Visit

We’re breaking down our list of roomy cafes and coffee hubs that also make for great work and study stations. By Abigail Kussow

Dining Guide: 24 Great Kid-Friendly Restaurants in Cleveland

These establishments make it easy for kids and their parents to have a good time with great food and beverages. By Allison Jack

Review: JoJo's Bar and Backyard Maintains the Legacy of Gamekeeper's Taverne

Stepping outside, the Chagrin Falls restaurant becomes a whole new experience for Northeast Ohio diners. By Dillon Stewart

STEAK To Open Tremont Location Early 2024

Cleveland carnivores rejoice. We’ve got the drop on a new soon-to-be staple dining destination. By Abigail Kussow 

In the CLE

1954: The Bay Village Murder of Marilyn Sheppard

Sheppard's husband took the fall for the murder, initially, leading to a veritable circus of media coverage and accusations. By Vince Guerrieri

Can Post-Pandemic Cleveland Get Its Foot Traffic Back on Track?

Organizations like the Downtown Cleveland Alliance are analyzing the signs of life as people return to Downtown. By Cassie Tomaselli

Cleveland Twitter Turns to Threads, a New Microblogging App from Instagram

With Meta’s official launch of Instagram Threads, we’re all tied up over the possibilities of furthering Cleveland’s close knit community. Plus, find out how locals are using the app. By Abigail Kussow

Dog Days of Summer: Why This Season Is A Great Time to Adopt in Cleveland

Find out why the warm season is the best time to adopt a new furry pet. By Clara Wicinski

Editor's Note: How Cleveland Magazine Plans to Embrace AI

A community magazine reckons with the new tech and how it could affect magazine writing and Cleveland. By Dillon Stewart

Laura of Pembroke Leaves Pinecrest for Canton Storefront

Although the beloved all-in-one boutique is closing its Pinecrest location, it’s far from saying goodbye to its Northeastern Ohio community. By Abigail Kussow

Rise Nation Announces Closure of Downtown Location

Euclid Ave.’s beloved studio bids farewell to its Downtown brick-and-mortar. By Abigail Kussow

Should Ohio Ban Sunscreen?

Chemicals found in sunscreen negatively impact life in saltwater, the same has been found in freshwater. By Abigail Preiszig

Skrtic's Pics: Anastasia Pantsios, Litas, Aaron Sechrist

Meet your neighbors and the faces behind some of Cleveland's favorite haunts through the curious camera lens of the Cleveland Public Library's chief of special projects and collections. By John Skrtic

The McGaffin Carillon in University Circle Fights for Revitalization

The bells, in need of a more than $600,000 refurbishment, can be heard from Little Italy to the Cleveland Museum of Art. By Anthony Elder

The Nightmare in East Palestine

A February train derailment and chemical spill threw a small Northeast Ohio village into chaos. Months later, with cleanup crews still buzzing around town, the fabric of East Palestine has been forever changed. By Annie Nickoloff

The W Nail Bar In Ohio City Is (Officially) Open For Business

Your feeds have been flooded with reels of this aesthetically pleasing paradise for this very moment. By Abigail Kussow


Summer Reading Guide: 15 Children’s Books Written or Illustrated by Greater Cleveland Authors

Summer is the perfect time to dip into these children’s books crafted by local authors and artists. By Annie Nickoloff

We're Coming Together: Unveiling The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Ultimate Beatles Experience

Check out the extra-special Beatles Fridays event that coincides with Ringo Starr’s July 7 birthday. By Abigail Kussow

At Home

12 Outdoor Design and Patio Trends for Cleveland Homes

Revamp your outdoor living space with features that suit the way you relax, gather and ‘get away’ without leaving home. By Kristen Hampshire

Appealing Apartments: The Standouts in Cleveland

Here are four Downtown apartment complexes that grab your attention. By Henry Palattella

Digging Downtown: Why an Empty Nester Took Her Next Step in Downtown Cleveland

Views for miles from floor-to-ceiling windows bring the city home for this empty-nester resident of The Beacon. By Kristen Hampshire

Sapphire Pear's Fantastic Bathroom: Inside A Rocky River Couple's Colorful Redesign

The more colorful the better for this couple and its Rocky River Cape Cod. By Lynne Thompson


Ed “Smallz” Givens Talks Cleveland Culture and Branding Ahead of Layr Official’s First Fashion Show

Ahead of Thursday’s “vibe” mania, Layr’s co-founder and creative director takes a beat to chat about the past, the present and the future of fashion and community in The Land. By Abigail Kussow

Travel & Outdoors

5 Fireworks Displays to Watch in Greater Cleveland This Summer

Take in dazzling displays around The Land this Independence Day. By Karyssa Rose

Camping the Cuyahoga Valley in the Former Home of Camp Mueller

A former summer camp gets new life as a private campground with cozy glamping and cabin stays: the first of its kind in Cuyahoga National Park. By Laura Watilo Blake

Community Coffee: Edda After Dark Details

Ohio City’s chic cafe hosts an evening of entertainment, art and espresso martinis. By Abigail Kussow

Great Lakes Brewing Co. Brings Christmas To July

Head over to the brewpub in Ohio City for a little taste of the holiday spirit. By Abigail Kussow

Where Are The Barbie Watch Parties Happening in Cleveland?

Embrace the “Kenergy” and head to these lively locations for Barbie’s release week. By Abigail Kussow