Cleveland is vibrant, bold and beautiful. In celebration of our city's best and brightest, we've gathered more than 50 hot spots, edible creations, musical acts and pop-up experiences to help you live your best life in the CLE.
Food + Drink
Squash? Apple Pie?? Cookies??? Learn why these foods taste best air fried from Kindred Spirits' chef Dennis Dave.
These tasty dishes bring a little slice of New Orleans' Mardi Gras to Northeast Ohio.
The editors of Cleveland Magazine share the best local dishes they ate this month.
From fried chicken to custard, this grab-and-go spot in Solon elevates quick dining.
From mixers to pots, chefs from Twisted Taino, Sol, Kindred Spirit and more share how the right tools can push your cooking to the next level.
Amy Pappas spills the tea on what makes her virtual cooking series worth taking.
The Cleveland-based knife sharpening service has all the answers to your cutting-edge questions.
The ginormous cocktail served in a chalice is good, spooky fun for a Cleveland Heights restaurant steeped in horror iconography.
From Eugene to Heart of Gold and Lindey's Lake House, the smash burger trend is here to stay in Cleveland.
Available online and at Heinen's, these vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free treats prove decadence doesn't have to be detrimental.
In the CLE
This Is Cinerama, a widescreen flick depicting American life, graced the screen at the Palace Theatre in 1956.
From local rivalries to battles between cross-state foes, games from Mentor High School, Solon High School, St. Ignatius High School and more offer some of the best football in the country.
The die-hard Clevelander began her career as a reporter for The Morning Journal before editing Cleveland Magazine and Lake Erie Living.
Son of legendary Ohio high school coach John Gibbons, the Lake Catholic alum is looking to build on the Cougars' best season since 2001.
With many workers beginning to adjust their expectations for hospitality jobs, managers and bosses are dealing with an employee exodus.
Hyland, Union Home Mortgage and BoxCast are among the area businesses beginning to rethink their work structure.
As cries for police reform grow louder amid a rise in violent crime, we're left wondering what the future looks like for policing our city.
From Sept. 29 to Oct. 3, this event lets you shoot at targets in Progressive Field's outfield.
You've Got Red On You, written by Entertainment Weekly's Clark Collis, features countless interviews with Shaun Of The Dead's cast and crew.
The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame board member has met his fair share of interesting people from the world of rock 'n' roll.
After working as a location scout for more than a decade, the New York City transplant took over as the new Greater Cleveland FIlm Commission president in September.
The University of Akron theater series kicks off Oct. 8 at E.J. Thomas Hall with a stacked slate of performances.
The one-person performance, running from Oct. 23 to Nov. 14, marks Cleveland Play House's return to live theater.
The Akron-based producer worked on Baby Oopsie, a horror movie produced by Full Moon Features.
South Euclid native Nathanael “Ninja Nutin” Honvou returns to season 3 of American Ninja Warrior Junior today to defend his winning title.
We speak to an expert from Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District about three useful and fun ways to reuse your fallen autumn leaves this year.
Cleveland experts give us fail-safe tips for choosing colors, layouts and more when designing your workspace at home. Plus, three furniture pieces from Northeast Ohio sellers.
Designer Laura Yeager Smith and her team wanted to maximize elegance, comfort and practicality throughout this traditional-style home.
Owned by Karen Kish and her niece and nephew, KissWreath & Co. creates intricate wreaths that celebrate everything from Valentine's Day to game day.
Travel & Outdoors
These spots are emblematic of the trail's 100-mile path of beauty and history.
From B.A. Sweetie Candy Co. to Mapleside Farms, these local spots are the perfect place to take your sweetie.
Bask in the fall color palette at the national park's Ledges Overlook, where you can look for miles over the tree canopy.
From clubs to student-run marketing videos, area schools such as Lake Catholic and Magnificat are embracing the magic of the For You page.
While hybrid learning isn't being used as prevalently as last year, area lesson plans are filled with knowledge gathered from the experience.