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Food + Drink
Use our local field guide to order, drink and enjoy like a pro.
Country fried chicken livers and more Southern California street food-inspired bites rule this spot.
Don't miss brunch faves such as steak and eggs or the dinner-ready Mama Mia burger.
Lounge and lunch at these local hangouts.
Up your ground game with these three items.
Summer's nothing without these five spots dedicated to frosty sweet treats.
Executive chef William Burke lets his Georgia roots spread at this Burton spot.
In the CLE
A promotion at a Cleveland Indians game went horribly wrong.
Choosing between two things can be a blessing and a curse.
Communities come in different shapes and sizes.
In a region that has long been divided by geography, income, politics and race, now is the time to build bridges. Here's how.
Breakout your rainbow garb for two massive LGBT pride festivals this month.
A Case Western Reserve University student and his high school friends took third place at a South by Southwest startup contest.
Painesville Municipal Court Judge Michael Cicconetti has become a national folk hero for his quirky sentences. But does his unconventional approach really work?
St. Vincent-St. Mary High School's Dru Joyce II offers his takes on how to be a role model and more.
As the creator of the successful Cleveland Flea, Stephanie Sheldon has helped spur the city’s burgeoning creative movement. Now she’s ready to take her blend of placemaking, hipster market and entrepreneurial incubator on the road.
The restored structure has a new art gallery and restaurant.
The Cleveland Cannabis College founder plans to arm people with medical marijuana knowledge.
Road Trippin' with RJ and Channing (and Allie Clifton) gives us a rare look at our favorite ballers.
Run Wild CLE founder Tim Kelly gives us tips on how to tap into our animal instinct.
Malpaso Dance Co. performs work about linking cultures at its Playhouse Square show in June.
The innovative artist has created a mural on Public Square that addresses the travel ban and more.
The Black Keys and Arcs singer-songwriter-guitarist channels his other bands into Waiting On A Song.
Reproductions of pieces such as Butch Anthony's Fall On Your Knees And Pray get hung around the area for Akron Art Museum's Inside-Out program.
Baldwin Wallace University professor Ken Schneck debuts his first book, Seriously … What Am I Doing Here?, on his recent adventures.
Four Cleveland Cavaliers books help us piece together the last year’s curse-breaking championship win.
Theatre in the Circle Brings Judson Manor residents back to the stage with I Do! I Do! June 22-25.
The Pattie Group's Jonas Pattie plants the seed for these three varieties in our mind.
Richfield Village, this year's best suburb, offers rural appeal just a short drive from Cleveland and Akron.
Good schools, lush parkland and location, location, location make the burb popular with families.
The New England-style village has the nightlife and community feel many empty nesters look for.
Slow down and relax in this rural suburb.
The city has a lot to offer hip young professionals trying to keep it affordable.
The pros and cons of making the decision to leave the home where you raised your family.
Just because it's a starter home doesn't mean you can't make money off of it.
The 17-year-old Swensons Drive In employee from Stow is thinking about school and saving up for a car.
Local real estate agents say there are thousands ($$$) of reasons to buy now.
The Summit County suburb offers families a high-end mix of modern amenities and historic charm.
The 26-year-old baker from Lorain talks about work and family.
This 15,000-square-foot miniature version of Brunswick teaches kids what it means to be a community.
The city's walkability and front porches make it an ideal landing spot for empty nesters.
The 50-year-old owner of Brook Park's Henry’s Bar & Grill talks about the good old days.
The 84-year-old retiree has lived in Middleburg Heights for 63 years and plans on staying forever.
We weigh the pros and cons of the all important decision.
The Lorain County suburb can't seem to stop booming, but hasn't lost it's small town charm.
A just-off-the-main-drag vibe makes the city a great spot for growing families on a budget.
With eco smart homes and a new lifestyle center on the way, this sleepy village is about to pop onto the cool kids scene.
The 51-year-old account manager from Richmond Heights talks about his fiancee and building his new home.
The Mayfield Village insurance giant attracts young professionals with employee amenities.
The 31-year-old banker from Mentor-on-the-Lake likes helping small businesses in his community get off the ground.
The lakefront suburb appeals to hipsters, prepsters and every kind of millennial in between.
The Bay Village co-op covers all your bike-riding needs.
Unwind at the center's fishing pond. You deserve it.
The natural gas-fueled Berkshire Fire Pit doubles as a casual outdoor coffee table for easy entertainment options.
This Shaker Heights home's outdoor space has us backyard dreamin'.
Billy Ritter spins us right round with his ceramic tableware.
Travel & Outdoors
The women-focused theater company moves to Playhouse Square this summer.
Explore simple machines, mazes and massive brick sculptures at interactive space.
The Emerald Necklace park system rolls out a music series that spans the past 100 years and salutes its birthday with a fireworks beach party.
The Western Reserve Historical Society celebrates our automobile manufacturing history with a car show featuring Northern Ohio cars only.
Dance with a star, listen to a talk from Jon Meacham and more at this Playhouse Square and Cleveland State University arts and humanities event.
From an island music fest to dragon boats, try out a new gathering this year.
From global acts in Ohio City to a brand-new series with local bands, find your groove in one of these events.
The new retreat center in Fairport Harbor is a sanctuary away from it all.
Learn about several our of feathered friends that migrate, reside and breed here in the summer.
Rent paddleboats, kayaks and more at North Coast Harbor.
See local and national acts at the June 10 and 11 music fest featuring Kate Voegele, the Head and the Heart and more.
Gear up for a friendly game of football, beach volleyball, kickball and more this summer.
The Akron Zoo opens a new exhibit this summer featuring odd critters such as naked mole rats and a flashlight fish.
The musical brings the big hair, tight leather pants and loud hits of the ‘80s to Cain Park.
Akron introduces a popular Scottish tradition to Highland Square where theater companies perform productions on multiple stages at once.
Hear John Williams’ spectacular score live at Blossom Music Center.
The classic park gets an update with renovations and the new Turtle Chase ride.
The punk magazine event returns to Cleveland with an all-star list of performers July 17.
New zip lines at the Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake add extreme thrills with a free-fall option, solo course and more.
Learn the basics of sailing with an intensive class.
The hero created by locals Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster gets honored with a collection of memorabilia.
From U2 to Green Day to Lady Gaga, we outline the hot summer shows coming to Cleveland.
Kent State University’s summer theater takes on the 1899 newsboys strike.
Cedar Point adds redesigns its water park and adds new slides for adults and family.
The Pierogi Dash, 5KDevo and the Great Inflatable Race add some extra challenges, elements and treats to the race course.
From Dirty Dancing to honoring a World Series legend, these tchotchkes hit it out of the park.
GroundSwell Collective helps you savor the Lake Erie sunset while practicing yoga.
You’re the judge when the Twelve Literary and Performance Arts Incubator hosts poetry slams in June and July.
The new Connor Theater gives you a front row-set ticket to the inductions.
The Sandusky waterpark adds five new thrilling rides this summer.