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Cleveland Tue Jun 27 2017 19:25:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Theres not a ton left from the old Steelman Building,a former machine shop at the corner of Detroit Avenue and W. 29th, after partners Brent Zimmerman and Eric Anderson finished building out Saucy Brew Works, a 14,000-square-foot brewery in Ohio City
Could Mr. Big Shot be the next Cavaliers' front office head?After the Cleveland Cavaliers announced that owner Dan Gilbert and general manager David Griffin have mutually agreed to part ways Monday night, names began to surface on who would be the ne
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Cleveland Browns are getting closer to officially opening Year 2 of the Hue Jackson era. The team announced its full training camp schedule on Tuesday. The first of 15 practices open to the public will take...CLEVELAND, Ohio --
Fifty breweries, including local favorites Platform, Royal Docks and Market Garden, will be on hand for the second annual Cleveland Summer Beerfest, which takes place today at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica. There will be food trucks and live music.
For those already entranced with the crumbly goodness of Insomnia Cookies which opened, to the delight of night owls, in the Warehouse District last year the chain is now opening a second Cleveland-area location in Lakewood. Opening at 18508 Detroit
There's some real cosmic intrigue in Slightly Stoopid's narrative arc from San Diego skater/stoner punk band to San Diego skater/stoner punk band with songwriting chops. Of course, theres more to the story than that, but a time traveler with a longbo
St. Patrick's Day 2017, a woman in a Warehouse District bar fell from a second floor balcony and has since lived, unconscious, at an assisted living facility in Parma. Yesterday her parents, citing negligence and displeasure with how she was treated
The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles has unveiled a silly new cartoon mascot a license plate complete with, oh yes, hands, eyeballs and sneakers. However, the cute, but unnecessary, little guy/gal still needs a name. Today, the department tweeted that t
Train to "play that song" one more time. To compensate anyone who held a lawn ticket to this past weekends concert at Blossom, Train will perform a special free concert tomorrow at 9 p.m. at Jacobs Pavilion.This concert is exclusively for paid lawn t
It's an unfortunate, widely known truth that Victoria's Secret isn't cheap. However, sometimes you have to suck it up for bras and panties worn by smokin' hot models, even if the apparel isn't that high of quality. But three men, visiting the store's
It didnt take long for a new operator to claim the vacant spot that was created when Joseph Zegarac shuttered his popular Chow Chow Kitchen in Lakewood to take his talents over to the Parkview. Within weeks, David Kaplan opened Smokin Thyme Kitchen (
About to release the new album Lambs & Lions, country singer-songwriter Chase Rice just announced dates for a tour in support of the disc. Writing and playing from what a press release describes as a deeper emotional well, Rice promises to perfor
Three days before signatures must be filed with the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, six mayoral challengers met at VFW Post 2850 in Cleveland's Clark-Fulton neighborhood to introduce themselves to voters and to answer a thorny bouquet of their qu
You already know Cleveland's reputation for having some the worst roads in the United States. In 2015, TRIP, a national transportation research group,even released a study saying "Cleveland and Akron area roads are among the most deteriorated in the
Every Ohioan knows to watch for deer while driving, but what about an escaped horse and buggy? State Highway Patrol Sergeant C. Otis Smith and his officers had to deal with that exact situation yesterday in Wayne County, after being made awarethat a
Charter school founder Marcus May is accused of using millions of dollars from parents and Ohio and Florida taxpayers for personal items and lavish vacations. He is also suspected of using public and private funds designated for students' education t