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Food + Drink
With Cleveland Beer Week starting Oct. 10, we take a look at our city's craft beer lineage.
Great Bowls of Fire
Warm up with one of these chili recipes.
The New Normal
Taking a chance on revitalization, the Standard raises the bar in Collinwood's East 185th Street scene.
In the CLE
194: Good Girl Gone
Melissa Koppel turned to pain medication to relieve her severe migraines and became addicted. She eventually started using heroin. A year later, she became one of the drug's many victims.
194: Heroin's Toll
Overdoses claimed 194 fathers, daughters, spouses and friends in 2013. They danced, they labored and they left others behind.
194: The Heroin Epidemic
In 2013, heroin took the lives of nearly 200 people in Cuyahoga County, more than who died from homicides or suicides.
194: Their Stories
Heroin's toll extends far beyond statistics. It infects communities and devastates families. Here are the stories of those lost.
Abracadabra! MetroHealth resident Angela Funovits has a bewitching bag of tricks that landed her on Syfy's Wizard Wars.
Here are a dozen spots to get you started.
A year and a half since her liberation from Ariel Castro's prison, Michelle Knight has traveled overseas, written a best-seller, made new friends and created a new life for herself in Cleveland. Despite her physical and emotional hardships, she's striving to help others find courage and strength.
For a century, Tom L. Johnson's statue has guarded free speech in Public Square. Now we're uprooting him. What's next?
WCPN's @NickCastele mixes a reporter's eye with the wit of a late-night TV host.
Architect Miguel Rosales has four pedestrian bridges on the drawing board for the city.
Shaker Heights native Celeste Ng explores expectations in her gut-wrenching debut novel.
It's a Rap
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony bow out of the hip-hop scene with a special hometown show.
Following a roller coaster year, William Griswold takes over the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Monica Potter ends her run on an NBC drama and puts roots back in Cleveland.