Food + Drink
We're all about these finger-licking good options.
With restaurants closing in the entertainment district, should we be concerned?
The Burnham and Parker's Downtown push beyond free continental breakfast and Cobb salads.
The Cleveland Heights restaurant boasts a vegetarian-heavy cuisine and communal approach.
Try the Hillbilly Philly and other Southern-inspired dishes.
Dive into pancakes and more at Hale Farm and Village's Maple Sugar Festival.
Whether cake or yeast, we've got you've covered.
The historic Akron market reopens with plenty of things to fill up your cart.
Coquette Patisserie puts a classy spin on the iconic peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
In the CLE
Jean’s Funny House was part toy store, part peep show.
Learn the moves to impress in three easy steps.
This boozy combo of cola,vodka, Kahlua and Guinness is a delicious St. Patrick's Day cocktail.
Get life lessons with this year's parade grand marshal and a few good reasons to pick up on old tradition.
In order to make permanent change towards youth homelessness, we must continue to build a network of support for all the challenges ahead.
In September, a Cuyahoga County initiative embarked on a mission to house 100 homeless youth in 100 days. By answering the challenge, they built a foundation to help even more.
Take a hike or see the art museum sans smartphone.
The Cleveland City Councilman is the president of the National League of Cities this year.
Does our memory always serve us right?
Co-founders Judy Payne and Judi Kovach want every low-income kid in Cuyahoga County to have their own books.
While artist Derek Hess has always purged his emotions on paper, his struggle with mental illness has remained mostly hidden. Now he’s peeling back the layers by speaking out and hosting an arts, comedy and music festival to raise awareness.
The March 9 speech will mark a turning point in Mayor Frank Jackson’s career.
Here's how to indulge your sense to celebrate the season.
With proposed changes to the way individual artists are funded, the area’s arts community is on high alert.
With an election season on the horizon, we should rethink how Cleveland is governed.
Lakewood photographer Greg Murray releases a book filled with cuddly subjects.
Artist Dinara Mirtalipova's instructional new book is full of fun creative activities.
The Oberlin College professor and National Book Award nominee’s newest novel, Ill Will, is a noir thriller set in Cleveland.
Lake Metroparks’ annual quilt show teaches fresh techniques.
Cirque du Soleil's new show Toruk: The First Flight will remind you why you loved Avatar.
The Northeast Ohio theater veteran on his new gig, putting down roots and Tamir Rice.
The Cleveland native talks to us about three plays to see.
Finish your room off in style with one of these three accent pieces.
With some help from a local pro, we help you figure out which gear is worth the cash.
What was originally designed to be a Japanese-inspired bachelor pad has grown into a family home.
Discover the secrets to selecting the right statement piece and how to decorate around it.
Here are the right ways to use recessed lighting, floor lamps and chandeliers.
From clean and contemporary to cool and rustic, illuminate your home in style.
This Shaker Heights colonial is a canvas for design that mixes history, flair and a bit of Paris.
Become the key master with total control over your front door.
Now you can cut your electric bill without killing your wallet.
Chip and Joanna made it hot, but here's why it's really cool.
The contemporary ranch-style dwelling is designed to be one with the natural world.
The house blends a rustic lodge with a breezy seasside retreat.
From a Nest Learning Thermostat to full-on automation, step up to a connected home.
Antiquation find ways to repurpose scrap woods and books in creative ways.
Kelli Klus recommends her face oil and beauty bar for ageless skin.
President of Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School
Director of STEMM at Hawken School
Director of career development and experiential learning at Lake Erie College
Director of culture and strategy at Cleveland Metropolitan School District
Director of primary classroom at Ruffing Montessori School
Founder of Effective Leadership Academy
Head of school at Montessori High School
Director of summer programming at Hathaway Brown School
Head of school at Joseph & Florence Mandel Jewish Day School
Interim provost and executive vice president at Cuyahoga Community College
Director of the lower school at Lake Ridge Academy
Pre-kindergarten co-lead teacher at Laurel School
Learning enhancement coordinator at Gilmour Academy
Vice president of research at Kent State University
Counselor and philosophy professor at Grand River Academy
College Advantage executive director
Executive director at Cleveland Montessori
Associate head at Lawrence School
Director of recruitment at Thiel College
Director of physical education at University School Shaker Campus.
A purposeful pause between high school and college can mean great benefit and adventure.
Early childhood programs with lesson plans like ‘over the river and through the woods’ provide a valuable foundation.