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Food + Drink
No need to stress when it comes to pickling. Our quick and easy guide is here to help.
The new Ohio City-based classes make cooking low-key, fun and comfortable.
The historic Medina gourmet hot dog shop expands to Brook Park.
From Bar Cento's pomme frites to Smokin Thyme Kitchen's Cajun beer-battered sticks, here's a round-up of the fries we love.
The Mediterranean restaurant offers up pita sandwiches and salads with tasty falafel, tender brisket and plenty of toppings.
From Red Downtown's rooftop spot to Flying Cranes Cafe's luscious garden, here's where we'll be parked this summer.
After a slew of restaurant closing, two new restaurants recently opened. But will those spots attract customers?
Chef and owner Jia Wei draws inspiration from China, France, Spain, Italy and beyond.
In the CLE
They chased endurance records on bikes, in boats and in trees.
The Midsummer Classic comes to Cleveland on July 9. From where to watch the game to Cleveland's storied All-Star past, we give you everything you need to have the ultimate fan experience.
Highlights from the five times Cleveland has hosted the Midsummer Classic.
We guide you through the stadium and some of the game's history.
Before the Midsummer Classic, get your fill of all things Major League with these fun activities.
The brand-new fan experience concept gets its debut in Cleveland. Here's how to navigate it like a pro.
The State of Ohio allows bars and restaurants to extend their hours of service for major events. But does that mean more people will be out at night? Plus, read the full list of open-late bars.
In his first at-bat of the 1997 All-Star Game, the Indians catcher clinched the game with a two-run homer.
Don't let your style strike out during All-Star Week. We've rounded up the gear that will have you yelling "Play ball!"
Don't have tickets to the game? Here are five spots to catch all the action.
We talk to the center's new director about creating the first curriculum.
A writer's quest for summer body acceptance.
Our Great Lake is home to many laid-back, easy-going beach towns that are worth a visit.
Cleveland's hospital systems are following a national trend of consolidation. One writer shows how it may affect your bottom line.
Side Project Sessions gives us three productivity tips for working on your side passion.
Navy veteran Joe Burdick builds and paints wooden flags by hand for fellow patriots and service members.
The quiet maestro shares the lessons he's learned about theater, egos and helping to revitalize a city.
After a year of scandal, O'Malley thinks he knows how to fix Cuyahoga County.
We hopped in an eight-wheel all-terrain vehicle to take a first-hand look at on-going renovations in the East Side wetland.
At the American Dance Festival in Cleveland, headliner BalletX take classical ballet in new directions.
With the opening of a new gallery, Graffiti HeArt gives its namesake a more permanent home.
Following the death of his wife, the actor-comedian hits Playhouse Square July 13.
Before Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me hits Blossom Music Center July 18, we quiz its host.
We help you give your coming-and-going space a boost.
Barrie Spang, owner of Sapphire Pear in Rocky River, gives us a tour of the recent renovation.
The local style influencer is renovating her home and sharing her hacks on social media.
Flower Power Skin Studio in Lakewood helps keep our sun-kissed skin healthy.
The shop is packed full of trendy jeans, belts, shoes and more from the '70s, '80s and '90s.
Travel & Outdoors
Take advantage of the long Fourth of July weekend with a grand-slam road trip to Cincinnati's Great American Ball Park. Follow our itinerary to feel like a local — just don't get caught wearing a Reds hat.
The bluffs at Conneaut Township Park make for a splendid overlook of the half-mile-long beach.
Walleye is a focal point for several community festivals throughout the year.
End your hot summer day at Sunset Harbor Bar and Grille.
This culinary destination is just an hour drive east of Cleveland.
From boisterous to beach-bum, this beach town covers all vibes.
From Put-In-Bay to Kelleys Island, each island has its own distinct destination personality.
Time to put those seasonal veggies to use.
Your summer home away from home is just over the horizon.
Don't miss out on the annual River Fest, July 12-14.
The revitalized downtown offers numerous sun-seeking activities.
Boutiques, gift shops and restaurants exist alongside public docks.
Medieval Monsters: Terrors, Aliens and Wonders runs from July 7-Oct. 6.
On July 27, the Cleveland Public Library throws a citywide street festival celebrating its 150th year.
The best of Ashtabula, Sandusky, Conneaut, Port Clinton, Vermilion, Fairport Harbor and more. Plus, how to make the most of your beach staycation.
The Cleveland Tall Ships Festival sails into town July 11-14.
From Wapakoneta to Columbus, Logan and Cleveland, we've got you covered with this month's anniversary.
Summer hits its stride this month with a jam-packed list of summer parties across Northeast Ohio.
Herbalife shake shacks and salespeople have conquered Cleveland, but is the product worth your attention?