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Ben Bebenroth’s Plated Landscape Dinners give earth-to-table dining new meaning.
In the CLE
The Terminal: Landmark moments from our past
U.S. ambassador to Haiti and former Hudson resident Kenneth Merten sees opportunity in the earthquake aftermath.
Frank Russo and Jimmy Dimora have been stuck in legal limbo for almost 24 months. If the feds have the goods on these two, what’s taking so long?
School may be out for summer, but now is the time for some Indians arithmetic.
Ann Zoller believes that green space doesn’t just dress up a city. For the executive director of ParkWorks, it can be transformative, creating better neighborhoods and fueling economic development. Yet her greatest challenge is before her — re
TV Land’s new comedy series, Hot in Cleveland, finds three Los Angeles women falling in love <with the idea of living here.
Arbitron’s new ratings system has prompted changes both big and small on the city’s radio landscape.
Stuart Warner examines a hometown legend in his new book.
65 events that’ll keep you busy through Labor Day
Meet Capt. Robin Walbridge and the HMS Bounty, part of the fleet sailing into Cleveland Harbor for July’s Tall Ships Festival.
Joffrey Ballet, Sept. 4-5, Blossom Music Center
Whether in the sun or a museum, these events cater to kids and adults.
Because the tall ships dock for five days only, here are more fun fests to get you through the summer
These classes and events will have you breathing fresh air in the parks this summer.
From comedy to Disney magic, there’s a show for everyone this summer.
With homes that are less expensive than comparable properties in other cities, this suburb may be the region’s best-kept secret.
A blend of new development and historic preservation has resulted in growth for this city.
The hills and valleys of this rural community attract more than those famous buzzards.
Mixing local stores with national chains while preserving a small-town feel is no easy feat, but this town has pulled it off.
This city pays homage to its past with careful planning, detailed architecture and well-kept homes.
The city’s access to Lake Erie provides recreation, commerce and options for lake-front living.
Home to the largest reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks, this town has nature on its side.
Services, schools and low taxes lift this city to our top spot.
This inner-ring suburb has made building a thriving, walkable community one of its foremost goals.
Terra Verde Soap & Candle Co.’s animal- and planet-friendly approach add up to an intoxicating line of handmade products.