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Food + Drink
Zack Bruell's Cowell & Hubbard puts on a show in the theater district.
The Midwest staple gets all the love in the Iron Chef's latest cookbook, Michael Symon's Carnivore.
In the CLE
Were the five men arrested for trying to blow up a bridge in the Cuyahoga Valley a Cleveland-grown terrorist group, dimwit outsiders lured by an FBI informant or both?
An old adage warns against discussing religion and politics. University of Akron analyst and researcher John Green has earned his reputation doing just the opposite.
Want to raise the stakes in your fantasy football league? Chesterland native Dave Mitri has the answer.
For 100 years, the City Club of Cleveland has provided some of the world's most inspiring leaders an open forum and all of us a chance to hear them in person. Here are five favorite moments from the club's storied history.
The Port Authority doesn't deserve a tax increase. It deserves to be dissolved.
Author Lee Child sends Jack Reacher to Hollywood and travels to Cleveland for Bouchercon.
The main gallery's open-air feel and modifiable floor plan create a perfect stage for pushing boundaries.
Bobby Knight visits Akron Civic Theatre for an evening of tales from the sidelines.
Chuck Berry, one of the Rock Hall's first inductees, receives the museum's highest honor this month.
A new book packed with stories and photographs pays tribute to one of the city's most iconic landmarks.
Enjoy a coffee, free Wi-Fi or just take it all in at MOCA's ground-floor gathering spot.
As guests travel upward, art reveals itself in more ways than one.
MOCA's relaunch is crystallized in a dreamlike space where art flows beyond the gallery walls.
From a performance-based endurance piece to works that explore the malleability of time, here's what's planned for the first 365 days.
Those boring holiday get-togethers have nothing on three themed bashes that will have guests asking, "Next year — same time, same place?"
CLE Clothing Co.'s East Fourth Street store serves up a spread of local artists who celebrate our city.
Travel & Outdoors
How Northeast Ohio schools and universities are churning out tomorrow's leaders.
From iPads and apps to Skype and SmartBoards, technology in the elementary classroom has broken out of the computer lab to make major changes in the schools of today.
They offer fun ways to explore interests and meet friends. But high school extracurriculars also play a major role in admission to selective schools, leaving many to wonder which activities will be the key to that sought-after scholarship or letter of acc