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After trading food trucks for a sit-down spot, Chris Hodgson revs up Hodge's with familiar food and accessible flavors.
In the CLE
Here are a dozen spots to get you started.
The 59-year-old sidewalk saxophonist is the subject of a forthcoming documentary.
Chef and owner of Fahrenheit, 35
The presidential election exposed a divide far greater than the tally at the ballot box.
There's no taking a long winter's nap around here. Put on your heavy coat, gloves and hat, and get outside. Here are a handful of ideas to get you started.
Fresh Brewed Tees' Tony Madalone hopes to take his T-shirts to the streets ... food truck style.
Give yourself five points if you knew Jan. 4 is National Trivia Day. We found four great pen-and-paper pub trivia nights where you can snag fabulous prizes such as gift certificates to square up your bar tab or beer swag like Yuengling flags and Corona la
Some say personal injury lawyer Tim Misny, with his TV promises to "Make Them Pay," is little more than a punch line. Others (including him) consider him to be a modern-day Robin Hood. Now the man who is equal parts marketer-and-attorney is exposing his personal and professional lives with a no-limits online reality show. Tune in, or else he'll... well, you know.
Roberta Flack joins the CIM Orchestra for an evening of classic songs ranging from Marvin Gaye to the Beatles to her own Grammy Award-winning hits.
Kevin P. Keating draws on his time at St. Ignatius to provide the setting for his darkly brilliant novel.
Created with repurposed vinyl from old billboards, Noubar clutches make a sleek, sturdy statement.
Kids need more than a weekly allowance. Area experts provide advice for helping your kids with homework, exercise and getting to bed on time.