Let's get this party started! Just when you thought the city's energy had peaked, we found 11 on the dial. We've got 54 headlining foods, shops and entertainers ready to keep the vibe alive. Plus, readers vote for their faves.
Let's get this party started! Just when you thought the city's energy had peaked, we found 11 on the dial. We've got 54 headlining foods, shops and entertainers read to keep the vibe alive.
Food + Drink
These classic Cleveland spots are a shore thing.
Stir up this spin on a bloody mary before watching the Browns.
You and five friends can relax and uncork with the Wine Tasting & Tour package.
Farmer's Rail Artisanal Meats and Butcher Shop offers pasture-raised meat and eggs.
Using an old family recipe, Jen Ferrone and her father recreate delicious wedding soup.
Lidia Trempe puts a modern spin on pierogies, paczki and more.
Craft and brew tasty treats that will have your guests cackling with joy.
The Tremont restaurant dives into Japan's culinary history — one region at a time — with a well-researched menu.
Luis Roman follows tradition with his made-from-scratch menu.
In the CLE
The legendary mayor's tenure in City Hall had just ended.
The founder of Shooting Without Bullets helps Cleveland youth find their voice through art.
The Cleveland Public Theatre actor and LGBTQ activist finds support in his many roles.
The executive director of Land Studio helps create engaging public spaces with a mix of art and design.
The mixed-media artist brings people together by sharing his cultural traditions.
The Contemporary Youth Orchestra music director amps up the possibilities for promising young musicians.
John Skrtic relishes in #CLE's bygone days with forgotten photos, ads and news clippings.
A grandmother finds purpose in the day-to-day life of a child.
Evaluating the financial impact of urban sprawl means we're only looking at part of the problem.
Dave Witzke paints bright cartoon-like birds, cats and rabbits all over Tremont.
The expert climber turns his 45 years of experience into fun for everyone.
From logos to font, we give our thumbs ups and our thumbs downs on the new features.
As potential development and rural culture collide, Eaton Township is in the crosshairs of a controversy that threatens its identity.
As the City Club of Cleveland tweaks its debate format, its mission is more important than ever.
Hear the songs on vinyl records in listening booths at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland.
The roaring decade wasn't all glamour, it was a time of great contrast.
Plum City Paints offers hues such as Edgewater blue and West Side Market green.
Brent Stowe and Jeff Babinski screen local films throughout Cleveland.
The owner of Canton's Factory of Terror takes over Akron's Haunted Schoolhouse and Laboratory.
Burning River Film Festival celebrates running with short films.
Events, online resources and more are dedicated to supporting artists.
Safe House co-director Nick Fiorella tells us how to craft plot twists and more.
Tips on how to dress up your dog for 10th annual Spooky Pooch Parade.
Score big with the Akron Symphony performance of Video Games Live.
Local florist William Lynch tells us how to make beautiful fall arrangements.
Valerie Mayen-Nehez's new line focuses on inclusiveness and uniqueness.
Mimi May creates nontoxic facial cleansers, oils and more.
Dean of the Boler School of Business at John Carroll University
Director of literacy development at Lawrence School
Assistant head of school at Gilmour Academy
Vice president for academic affairs and chief academic officer at Lake Erie College
Portfolio officer for Cleveland Metropolitan School District
Director of the upper school at Hathaway Brown
STEAM program leader at Laurel School
Math and engineering teacher at Hawken School
Associate head of school at Western Reserve Academy
Administrative manager at Cleveland Montessori School
Middle school director at Ruffing Montessori School
Seventh- and eighth-grade social studies teacher at Lake Ridge Academy
Recruitment specialist at Cuyahoga Community College
Vice president for research and sponsored programs at Kent State University
Computer science teacher at University School
High school students are discovering the benefits of a semester or year studying on a farm, in the mountains or abroad.
Schools are teaching digital literacy as a way for kids to become critical thinkers, collaborators and responsibly engaged.