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Anchoring The 9, downtown's new hotel and apartment complex, Adega sets lofty goals for itself.
Ditch the ground beef and try these ideas to shake up your next taco Tuesday.
Grab a burger and brew made from local ingredients here.
To honor Pier W's 50th anniversary, we explore the restaurant's history, three must-have dishes and how a sunset leads to a great night.
In the CLE
County executive Armond Budish says that Cuyahoga County has reached its debt limit. If he's right, it threatens to torpedo Cleveland's rising.
With a shoestring budget, a Cleveland physician joins the presidential race.
Take a behind-the-lens look at how the Cleveland Division of Police's new body cameras work.
Our guide unknots the world of running with inspiration from Mike Mullins, who lost more than 60 pounds in a year, and advice for finding the right running club, training for a 5K and more.
For the past three years, a group of young professionals has been working on a project to revive a six-block area in Cleveland’s Glenville neighborhood. The process has been slow and complicated. But the plan to create rehabbed housing, better access to nearby Rockefeller Park and a retail revival may get its first big break this month.
One supernatural-looking statue has been striking fear and wonder into Lake View visitors for more than eight decades.
Wade Memorial Chapel packs a small world of architecture, art and design into one building.
In 2000, photographer Barney Taxel turned his lens on Lake View Cemetery, finding inspiration at the burial sites of luminaries such as John D. Rockefeller, Charles F. Brush and Jeptha H. Wade. He spent the next 14 years periodically returning to exp
Adolph Strauch designed Lake View Cemetery's looping roads and ovular plots as a rejection of the churchyard model embodied by Woodland Cemetery. Follow our tour and pay your respects to his design and more than 140 years of Cleveland history.
We pave the way for better driving as Cleveland comes in as the 51st most congested U.S. city.
Former Bethesda husband-and-wife bandmates push the ignition on By Light We Loom.
Cleveland Heights playwright Eric Coble pens Fairfield, his most daring production yet.
Saturday Night Live alum Kevin Nealon helps Hilarities 4th Street Theatre celebrate its 30th anniversary with two shows this month.
After a string of hits and national attention, electrifying blues-rock band Welshly Arms releases its self-titled debut album.
After 20 years of making music, Austin Walkin' Cane becomes an overnight success with a Blues Music Awards nomination.
From a searing look at war to an uplifting career resource, these local books deserve a slot on your reading list.
The Odeon returns to the local music scene in the most metal way possible.
Johanna Orozco-Fraser's tale of redemption raises awareness from the Cleveland Public Theatre stage.