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We've got the scoop on all the coolest ways to show love for your hometown. From a teenage cover band that rocks to a cozy creperie and a fresh-picked bouquet made out of cupcakes, we've got 50 of the best foods, drinks, shops and entertainers to help you stay chill in the CLE.
Food + Drink
Cleveland Vegan, Colossal Cupcake and more deliver all sorts of mini cakes for chocolate lovers.
The new Beachwood restaurant keeps it fresh with its daily crudo appetizer, created based on whatever fresh fish or seafood is delivered that day.
Square Scullery's new ghost restaurant offers a haunting good experience with mysterious surprise entrees.
The Battery Park restaurant from the owners of Ohio City's the Plum delivers tasty upgrades on classics.
Prime your kitchen with this guide to making fresh pasta.
The family pizza place has grown into a mini-empire.
The new location in the Van Aken District carries more than 100 Ohio-based products.
The taco joint from the owners of Beachwood's Tres Portrillos is in the former Corner Alley space Uptown.
In the CLE
Held at the Cleveland Food Show, it drew hundreds of contestants
Find a therapist, hear how others cope or just plan the best CLE-style self-care day.
The legendary novelist, born in Lorain, influenced a generation of writers.
Midcentury modern flourishes make it the perfect spot to sleep off a big dinner.
Aircuts & Day Spa is the first new small business to open as part of the Launch Pad project.
New Cleveland Cavaliers assistant coach Lindsay Gottlieb knows basketball inside and out. With prior successes as a college head coach, she brings a rare skill set to the NBA team as it rebuilds around young, promising talent.
The Compass Experiment, a new digital news solution powering the newspaper, launches this fall in Youngstown.
Cleveland's most famous building now features downtown's ritziest rooms with a view. Plus, an update on other downtown living developments.
Nine inmates have died at the jail since last June. How did it happen? And where do we go from here?
Local architects say they aren't getting a fair shake on Cleveland's biggest projects. What's going wrong?
Army Specialist and Clevelander Zachary Koppes talks about preparing to see his harrowing story told.
The new Belt Publishing book takes a unique look at Cleveland's geography.
Cryptic has a 10-episode first season jam-packed with terrifying drama.
Devin Hinzo's fresh approach to classical music aims to make the genre more approachable.
ListenCLE.com creator Michael McFarland lined up tunes from local bands to set the autumn mood.
Catch up on the story behind the Cleveland author's debut novel before it hits production this fall.
Open World: Video Games & Contemporary Art explores video games' influence on the art world.
Interior designer Laura Yeager Smith takes that spare bedroom from boring to HGTV-worthy perfect for holiday company.
Closet Factory Cleveland takes us inside the design of a Solon home's elaborate dressing room.
Two Cleveland designers help you live your best fall life with these two pumpkin-inspired centerpieces.
Plus, a local expert tells us why a little terror can be dreadfully good for your health.
The Cleveland-based clothing brand will unveil its fourth collection — featuring unisex pieces — next month.
Travel & Outdoors
Tailor your scare with these five haunted houses.
These three creepy crawlers and spooky haunters shock and thrill at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo event.
Doan Winkel, senior char in entrepreneurship at John Carroll University, says it's important to understand the why.
Karen Miller, provost at Cuyahoga Community College, says it goes deeper than just affordability.
Darci Sanders, nature-based learning coordinator at Gilmour Academy, says hands-on learning is a more comprehensive and fulfilling approach.
Christina Townsend Hartz, director of admissions and financial aid at University School, parents often qualify for financial aid even when they don't think they will.
Eric Gordon, CEO of Cleveland Metropolitan School District, helps parents and students reach the goal of higher education with the school's Say Yes To Education program.
Julia Griffin, director of the Mastery School of Hawken, says that its about collaboration instead of individual competition.
Tina Schneider, executive director at Cleveland Montessori, explains how the educational model differs.
Ann Hoelzel, International Baccalaureate coordinator at Beaumont School, says it creates an immersive, real-world experience.
Arianne Thomas, director of the Aspire mentorship program at Hathaway Brown, says this is the age that often needs the most attention.
Jessie Sun, director of STEAM engagement, explains why it's important to focus on empowerment and confidence.
Tara Schmitt, head of school at Menlo Park Academy, discusses how all-day programs allow students to go deeper than pull-out programs.
From flexible seating choices to classrooms that can change shape, the trend helps students learn how to collaborate and more.
With mental health awareness on the rise, educators are turning their attention to methods to help students cope.