INSIDE: Cargill Deicing Technology Cleveland Mine It houses more than 20 bathrooms in a honeycomb maze that runs for miles. Two gigantic fans blow 300,000 cubic feet of air per minute for ventilation and air conditioning. Upstairs is one of the world’s largest walleye aquariums. And every night the place rocks — explosively. AN
EXCLUSIVE LOOK: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Archives Shelby Morrison, wearing soft white cotton gloves, opens a sliding metal drawer, pulls out a hardcover British passport and reads the stamps inside: Bermuda, South African, Hong Kong. It belonged to The Beatles’ John Lennon — and Morrison is holding the passport that was current at the time of his death. Although there is an early Lennon passport on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, this one has never been viewed by the public.
FOUND: Huntington Bank Building Here’s a tip: If you visit Euclid Avenue’s Huntington Bank, silence your cell phone. When the high-rise was completed in 1924, the soaring three-story lobby was the largest banking lobby in the world (and remains among the largest even today).