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Alonzo Mitchell III's city birthday party, Ohio Homecoming, heaps love on Cleveland.
6:45 on a weekday morning in July. I pull up on my bicycle in front of Cumberland Pool and look through the chain-link fence at the lap swim area. Most of the 10 lanes are already taken.
Here are a dozen spots to get you started.
Inspired by her granddaughter, Karen Bowersox created a clothing line for those with Down syndrome.
Comic book writer Brian Michael Bendis' Rust Belt-gritty vision caught the eye of Marvel Comics in 2000. Since, he's gone on to create storylines for some of our most beloved superheroes. A consultant on the Avengers movie filming here this summer, the Un
The city's storefront renovation program brings a new look to a street near you.
After decades as our city's symbol of demise, can the Cuyahoga River be transformed by a group of rowers, environmentalists, developers and civic leaders into a vibrant place to live, work and play?
Cleveland is shrinking fast. The city faces a bitter future because its political leaders failed to grasp a piece of it.
Broadcaster Jeff Phelps gets personal with classic car owners on Fox Sports Ohio's Cruise-In.
Organic fine artist Susie Frazier finds a home inside 78th Street Studios.
Tony Award-winner Idina Menzel and the Cleveland Orchestra unite at Blossom Music Center for a mix of Broadway hits and a little Lady Gaga.