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Best of Cleveland: Rock & Roll Ha...

Best of Cleveland: Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Museum If you are in Cleveland for the first time, one of the first things you should do is head down to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum for an afternoon of music, history and fun. It doesn’t matter if you are or aren’t a fan of rock and roll music, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a great place for anyone who is a fan of music in general [...]

Hidden Gems of Cleveland: Passport to...

Passport to Peru is a store that has been open in Coventry Village of Cleveland Heights for over 30 years, offering bohemian and boho chic items for your accessory collection and home. The store offers a variety of unique gifts, clothing and jewelry with an emphasis on Fair Trade, eco-friendly and directly traded goods from different villages [...]

Best of Cleveland: University Circle

Best of Cleveland: University Circle University Circle is located near Case Western Reserve Univeristy along the historic and future looking Euclid Corridor in Cleveland. It is just four miles and minutes from downtown. The circle is filled with shops, restaurants, art and history. University Circle is Cleveland’s premier urban district and “world class center for education, med [...]

Best of Cleveland: Horseback Riding

Best of Cleveland: Horseback Riding Whether you are a young child or grown adult, everyone loves a scenic and adventurous trot along a dusty old path on top of a horse! Unless you are deathly afraid of the kind, large creatures, who doesn’t love an autumn or spring afternoon of horseback riding? There are a few different places to choose from when looking to go horseback riding [...]

Best of Cleveland: Ice Skating

Best of Cleveland: Ice Skating Some local natives of Cleveland joke about “why don’t we just skate on the frozen over lake?” during the blustery and frigid winter months. Back in the day, people actually did do this to entertain themselves during the cold months of winter, but nowadays, that just isn’t reasonable. Who doesn’t love a nice afternoon or evening of ice skating [...]

Best of Cleveland: Snow Tubing

tubingonsnow In Cleveland, winters are brutally cold and windy. Why not take advantage of the cold weather and partake in one of the most fun outdoor winter activities there is: snow tubing! There are quite a few different areas that are great for snow tubing during the winter. Most are also only about 20 miles from downtown Cleveland, making them reasona [...]

Last Call Cleveland Keeps The Laughs ...

lastcallcleve Local comedy troupe, Last Call Cleveland, will have another run at PlayhouseSquare from January 17 to February 1. Not that they need much of an intro, since the guys have been at it for years, taking it to the stage and also the smaller small screen, YouTube. But their comedic genius includes gems like the ‘Hastily Made Cleveland Touris [...]

Cleveland Praised For Its Wintry Beau...

snow2 Flickr / Erik Drost Most of us are always quick to complain about the first real snow of the season in Cleveland. Then we ridicule the white stuff continuing to fall for the second and third and twentieth snowfall. But at the end of the day, most dedicated Clevelanders can put aside their hatred of bitter cold streets to look at the beauty th [...]

Something To Do In Cleveland For Ever...

Something To Do In Cleveland For Every Month Of 2014 January Ice skating at Wade Oval. Via Clue into Cleveland   February Tobogganing. Via March St. Patty’s Day Parade Downtown. Via Flickr / cp_thornton   April Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad. Via   May Ice cream in Chagrin Falls. Via   June Concert at Nelson Ledges Quarry Park. Via n [...]

Quote of the Day

Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future. John F. Kennedy

Odd Fact of the Day

Steve Jobs had a high school GPA of 2.65.