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Food + Drink
We get the goods on two of the city's newest sandwich shops.
Find your way to Map of Thailand for a fine dining experience.
In the CLE
The British government honors William Kelso for his discovery of Jamestown's original 1607 fort site.
Ramon Rivas II is serious about expanding the city's comedy scene.
Standing for Peace
Amid the power and spectacle of Cleveland's Air Show, we are reminded of the terrible realities of war.
3 To See
A few author appearances to check out locally this month
Cleveland native Yvette Nicole Brown is back in school as Community returns for a new season.
The live production of DreamWorks' How To Train Your Dragon glides into town for a few days of fire-breathing enchantment.
Claire McMillan's debut novel pays homage to her literary obsession while adding a bit of debauchery.
Loud and Clear
Jack of all media trades Adam Carolla brings his uncensored thoughts to Cleveland.
To the Sea
The Lighthouse and The Whaler evolve their folk-infused, pop sound on their second full-length release, This is an Adventure.
Built to Last
Orgava locally produces timeless, well-constructed clothing for girls.
Whether you're headed to the Muni Lot or The Pit, we've scored the best game-day gear.
Travel & Outdoors
Autumn Adventures: Dive On In
Head to West Virginia's New River Gorge for outdoor activities along the world's second oldest river.
Autumn Adventures: Food Network
Tecumseh, Mich., serves up a menu of local dining destinations within its thriving downtown.
Autumn Adventures: National Enquirers
Learn about more than politics in Washington, D.C., with an extensive network of museums and galleries.
Autumn Adventures: Old-Fashioned Finds
Nestled within Amish country, Shipshewana, Ind., is home to the largest flea market in the Midwest.
Autumn Adventures: Take a Gamble
No longer the sole domain of equine enthusiasts, Lexington, Ky., offers a flourishing food and wine scene just south of the state line.
Browns rookie Trent Richardson had surgery on both ankles by age 16, became a father twice before graduating high school and was dubbed "ordinary" by all-time great Jim Brown. Now the No. 1 draft pick must shoulder the weight of a franchise.
Rise of the Robots
Beaumont School's scrappy Deus Ex Machina rolls its way through the AWT RoboBot Competition.
Hathaway Brown's Maddie Stambler created a film festival to show off the talent of fellow Northeast Ohio high school students.
What I Did on My Summer Vacation
Here's how four Northeast Ohio private school students spent time away from the classroom.