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Food + Drink
Down South: Russo's
In the CLE
Fastlane: Carmella DeCesare
Carmen Figueroa, Mother of Playboy Playmate of the Year Carmella DeCesare of Avon Lake
Who in God's name would want to keep a church out of their town? Euclid does. At least, if some angry residents get their way in this fall's election.
Four minority groups join the Clean Indoor Air Campaign and give the effort to ban smoking in the city's bars and restaurants a boost.
It's the day Joe Eszterhas returned to the West Side Market, the hours "The Bone Lady" spent transforming her Volvo into a tribute to the Browns, and the afternoons Phil Donahue consumed playing stickball on Southland Avenue. Yes, it's Cleveland. And a ne
Our writer sets out to find the truth about the "haunted" house in his neighborhood and discovers something spookier.
Pointing the Way
On quitting the whining and looking forward
25 Under $25
Decorating for holiday visitors doesn't have to be expensive or stuffy. We found 25 easy-on-the-pocket ideas that promise to liven up your home this holiday season.
If you'd still like to overhaul that room your holiday guests will gather in come December, don't panic. Just keep reading. Three interior designers share how they transformed high-traffic spaces in three different local homes from blah to beautiful.
Follow these six ideas for bringing the outdoors in this holiday season and sprucing up your usual mix of holiday plants will be a snap.
10 Secrets to a Healthier You
While not everyone practices what they preach, these female doctors certainly do, offering tips on everything from managing menopause to battling baby weight.
Taking a 'Pause on Hormone Therapy
First, it was heralded as the woman's answer to menopause. Then, it was derided as destructive to all. The truth, in fact, is somewhere in between.
The Rise of Alternative Medicine
It used to be that only hippies tried things like acupuncture and herbs. Today, however, more than a third of Americans have embraced some form of alternative therapy.
A Hand Up
Cleveland Scholarship Programs Inc. provides help where it's needed to make college dreams come true.
Kids on Campus
Local colleges offer classes for students under 18 -- and their parents, too.