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Food + Drink
Brian Benchek and Dave Schubert offer East Side beer fans a brew-it-yourself spot.
The upstart CLE Brews, a group of independent cafes and artisan roasters, is building a movement it hopes will make you put down the chain coffee.
With live music, food, bocce, balloon rallies and pet days, there is much to do at Debonne Vineyards — including tasting some good wine and beer.
With its tasting room in a little white church and a spectacular view, South River Vineyard offers a heavenly experience.
Gervasi Vineyard brings a touch of Tuscany to Northeast Ohio with its wine-focused resort.
Not sure where to start your sipping? Take some expert advice from American Wine Society's Tom Cobett and The Locavore's Kitchen author and local-foods enthusiast Marilou Suszko on the region's best quaffs, from ice wine to cabernet.
Breathtaking scenery adds to the appeal of the Winery at Wolf Creek.
Chef Ben Bebenroth brings his sustainability approach to Gordon Square with Spice Kitchen & Bar.
In the CLE
Landmark moments from our past
An inside look at the bike-friendly upgrades to the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge.
Local artists transform a fake movie poster into a real comic book series.
Your eyes do not deceive you. Those are in fact sheep handling lawn care along the Lake Erie shore.
Ever wanted to keep track of Jimmy Dimora in prison or know the Free Stamp's innermost thoughts? Twitter has you covered (kind of).
He preyed on drug addicts and prostitutes, unknowingly operating in the same neighborhood and with the same methods as Anthony Sowell. And if not for the efforts of Cuyahoga County's cold case unit, Joseph Harwell probably would have gotten away with it.
As The Burning River Foundation honors George Voinovich for his career-long defense of Lake Erie, we asked him what he considers his biggest achievements.
The new Horseshoe Casino is doubling down on Cleveland's long, notorious and clandestine gambling history.
The Strange Familiar discovers a sound all its own on Chasing Shadows.
Comic strips and feminism: A review of two books released by local authors.
Jacqueline Marino's White Coats examines the long and arduous road to becoming a doctor.
Artist Sarah Paul tours the city's best hidden musical landmarks by bus, with a little revelry thrown in for good measure.
The new Proximity art gallery opens with a fresh design and local showcase.
Erin and Colleen Garlock's new book peers into the city's history of stained glass windows.
The Cleveland Museum of Art's Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties showcases an era of artistic creation.
David Gregory of NBC's Meet the Press on how Ohio may impact the 2012 Presidential Election.
Greeting cards from local design firm Chartreuse are giving Clevelanders a reason to sign, seal and deliver.
Travel & Outdoors
Drink in our travel guide to 60 Northeast Ohio wineries. From scenery and romance to family fun and culinary expertise, we found something for all tastes.
Vermilion Valley Vineyards creates a far-away retreat by focusing on local appeal.
Experience the outdoors while enjoying wine with one of these interactive feasts for the senses.
Put down the glass and take out your credit card. Here are some spots for other treasures.
Get beyond cheese and crackers at wineries with a flair for food.
They're the perfect companion to your wine weekend: five great inns to rest your tipsy head.
Vintage Ohio may be the granddaddy of Ohio wine celebrations, but here are some smaller events to sample.
Learn a thing or two about the wine you're drinking with these grape opportunities.
As one of Ohio's oldest vineyards, Firelands Winery is all about history, family and fun.
In a social media- and camera phone-dominated world, you're constantly reminded what you look like. In the past year, Greater Cleveland plastic surgeons have seen a jump in procedures aimed at putting your best face forward.
New advances are making cosmetic dentistry more attractive to baby boomers hoping to maintain their teeth for a lifetime.