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Dawn and Rita Zidonis merge fashion and art with the duo's There She Goes line of custom accessories. And they've got a creation with your name written all over it.
Cleveland's Most Infamous Lottery Loser Chases Fortune in the Boxing Ring. She's Back, and this is her ticket.
Eugene Sukie, 79, penny collector
Here's one vote for drafting the Plain Dealer columnist to restore common sense in Cleveland.
Not even a well-honed poker face can hide the allure of playing Texas Hold 'Em online. But does our writer have the chips to turn pro or will his all-in play go bust?
They set the dance stage and the nightlife scene on fire -- and set themselves ablaze, too. They dress the stars and shoot rockets to the stars. They buck the political status quo and get buck nekkid in Playboy. Here's a peek at thos who pique our curiosi
Back home in Mentor, Jen Schefft discusses her breakup with Andrew Firestone, the realities of dating on reality TV, why she's back as "The Bachelorette" and what she's looking for in the man of her dreams.
Junior committees prepare the next generation of local leaders.
The 1300 building melds the yin and yang of business and art on West 78th Street.
What do your book-buying habits and those of your neighbors say about the place you call home? Plenty. We checked Amazon.com's order stats and read between the lines.
No, that's not an oxymoron. Check out these garages that are more than just parking spots.
Deciding it's time to remodel is easy. Picking a professional to handle the task is more complicated.
Having split from NARI, Professional Remodelers of Ohio is the new voice for the state's home-improvement industry.
Do you yearn for a new kitchen or a spruced-up master suite? Experts advise doing your homework before remodeling and keeping your cool until the construction dust settles.
For owners or community organizations that don't mind a challenge, converting a rental duplex into a single-family home or townhomes can be the ticket to bringing back a neglected neighborhood.
Admit it, you yell. You don't want to, but your kid chews through his shirt every day at school or uses a belt to bind his sister's hands and feet. So what's a parent to do? Read on. We provide some simple strategies for getting your children to listen.