9 Independent Coffee Shops In Cleveland

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6 New Hotels In Cleveland

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Cleveland’s Michael Symon

Michael Symon is a well known American chef, television personality, author, and restaurateur who has… [more]

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Why Did Cleveland Get the Republican National Convention?

This is big news for both Republicans and Democrats, due to the fact that Ohio is considered to be the… [more]

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Cleveland’s Carl B. Stokes

Carl B. Stokes was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives as the first black Democrat in the year… [more]

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A Cleveland Poem

My daughter emailed this to me, so I thought that I'd pass this along. Perfect for today.An Ohio PoemIt's… [more]

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Anatolia Cafe (Cleveland Heights)

If you are looking for delicious food, and an ethnic experience, one of the best restaurants in town is Anatolia Cafe, on Lee Road in Cleveland Heights.

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About the Right of Being Different, Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage (Beachwood)

Plummage, part of the The Right of Being Different exhibit at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, Beachwood, OH.

About the Right of Being Different, Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage (Beachwood) About the Right of Being Different, Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage (Beachwood)

Cleveland Food

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9 Independent Coffee Shops In Cleveland

Coffee has become part of the morning routine for many of us, and some of us even like to keep the coffee flowing throughout the day. Whatever your preference, you know what a pick me up a good cup of coffee can be. Not only is coffee warm, aromatic, and delicious, it also gives us […]

Michael Symon Cleveland

Cleveland’s Michael Symon

Michael Symon is a well known American chef, television personality, author, and restaurateur who has played a key role in reviving the Downtown Cleveland restaurant industry. Symon owns several restaurants in the Cleveland area, including The B Spot, Lola, and Lolita. Michael Symon was born in Cleveland, Ohio on September 19, 1969 and grew up […]

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Anatolia Cafe (Cleveland Heights)

If you are looking for delicious food, and an ethnic experience, one of the best restaurants in town is Anatolia Cafe, on Lee Road in Cleveland Heights.   Anatolia Cafe features Turkish cuisine, which is made freshly at the restaurant. The Lee Road location is a large upsize to a separate building from their old digs […]

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Where to Watch Your Favorite Cleveland Sports? City Tap (Downtown)

When you can’t watch the big Cleveland or Ohio sports teams play at the Q, or Progressive Field, when they are playing away, where do you like to watch your local teams?  This weekend is a big weekend for Ohio State University Buckeye basketball, so this question is a big one! Do you watch your […]

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Arts in Cleveland

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Brian Jones Gallery (Little Italy, Cleveland)

One of the best Cleveland art galleries is tucked away in Little Italy, just down the street from Mayfield Road, on Murray Hill Road, Brian Jones Gallery, featuring the work of local Cleveland OH artist Brian Jones. Brian is an incredible artist.  His work is full of color, and life, and each piece  grabs your […]

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Off the Wall Art Exhibit at Negative Space (Asian Town Center, Cleveland)

If you are interested in unusual art, artistic interpretations, or wood, you should open a spot on your calendar for an art opening at Negative Space, the new art gallery at the Asian Town Center on the east side of Cleveland.  This gallery is a studio and showcase for local wood artist Gadi Zamir. The […]

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Cleveland Shopping

Flower Child Vintage (Cleveland)

Flower Child: Cleveland’s Premier Vintage Shop (Clifton, Lakewood)

If you love vintage, retro, or just fashion or home decor in general, then you need to visit Flower Child, a truly unique vintage shop on Cleveland, OH’s west side.  Flower Child is a very large shop, and it is just stuffed with vintage galore from different era’s in the 20th century.  The store looks […]

Loganberry Books, Larchmere

Loganberry Books (Larchmere)

One of the best book stores in Cleveland can be found in the Larchmere shopping district that borders Shaker Heights, just one block north of Shaker Square.  Loganberry books is a delightful mix of new and used books that literally line the walls of this immense store. Loganberry Books was opened 1994 by owner Harriett […]

Fine Points Yarn Shop

Fine Points: Cleveland Yarn Shop and Boutique (Larchmere)

If you like to knit or crochet, or just like to browse clothing made from beautiful yarns, then you should take a trip to the Larchmere Shopping District in Cleveland, just one block north of Shaker Square, to a unique Yarn Shop and Boutique called Fine Points. Fine Points carries everything that you need to […]

Cleveland Events

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Why Did Cleveland Get the Republican National Convention?

This is big news for both Republicans and Democrats, due to the fact that Ohio is considered to be the most important swing state in Presidential election history. Ohio Plays A Huge Role In Outcomes Of Presidential Elections Ohio is a state that bears a lot of weight in elections, because no Republican candidate has […]

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Earth Day: EarthFest, Walk for the Earth 2011 (Metroparks Zoo)

If you want to celebrate Earth Day in Cleveland, OH, the best place to be is the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo for two events run by the Earth Day Coalition, EarthFest and Walk for the Earth.  This year is the 41st anniversary of Earth Day, which Clevelanders of all stripes take quite seriously.  Cleveland is a […]

Cleveland Pets

The Cleveland Canine Challenge

The Cleveland Canine Challenge (Downtown)

If you are a pet owner, or just a dog lover, then mark your calendars for The Cleveland Canine Challenge, hosted by The Bingham. Proceeds from The Cleveland Canine Challenge will benefit the Cleveland Animal Protective League (APL) in their efforts to help find good homes for Cleveland’s unwanted pets. The Cleveland Canine Challenge is […]

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A Cleveland Poem

My daughter emailed this to me, so I thought that I’d pass this along. Perfect for today. An Ohio Poem It’s winter in Ohio, And the gentle breezes blow, Seventy miles an hour, At thirty-five below. Oh, how I love Ohio, When the snow’s up to your butt, You take a breath of winter air, […]

Plummage, Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, Cleveland, OH

About the Right of Being Different, Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage (Beachwood)

A new exhibit opened today at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood, OH, that is part of the Progressive Art Collection.  The new exhibit, About the Right of Being Different:  The Art of Diversity and Inclusion at Progressive is exclusively at the Maltz Museum for just three months, and is well worth the […]

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Cleveland Attractions

Children's Museum of Cleveland

The Children’s Museum of Cleveland (University Circle)

If you have children 8 years old and under, one of the best places to take them in Cleveland is The Children’s Museum of Cleveland in University Circle. The Children’s Museum is literally a museum for children.  Exhibits are interactive and meant to be touched, and are child sized.  Activities are meant to catch a […]

Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage (Beachwood)

On the east side of Cleveland, in the suburb of Beachwood, OH, you can find a very unique local attraction, The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage.  Cleveland has had a very vibrant Jewish community that has had a large impact on the global community, and this museum that was opened in 2005, was designed with […]

Cleveland History

Carl B. Stokes

Cleveland’s Carl B. Stokes

Carl B. Stokes was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives as the first black Democrat in the year 1962, where he served three terms. In 1965, Stokes campaigned for mayoral office in a close race against Seth Taft. Although Stokes was beaten by Taft on his first mayoral run, in November of 1967, he […]

Great Cleveland Books

Cleveland Amusement Park Memories

Cleveland Amusement Park Memories: A Nostalgic Look Back at Euclid Beach Park, Puritas Springs Park, Geauga Lake Park and Other Classic Parks (Books)

If you grew up in Cleveland, OH or know someone who did, one of the best gifts that you can get for them is a book full of memories.  Cleveland Amusement Park Memories: A Nostalgic Look Back at Euclid Beach Park, Puritas Springs Park, Geauga Lake Park and Other Classic Parks contains a lot of […]

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