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December 2013

  • Suite Life: Eat Here
    Whether you're looking for a late-night snack or something for the morning rush, these downtown spots will fill you up.
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Features
  • Merry Makings
    Edited by Kim Schneider; Stories by Jason Brill, Matt Fredmonsky, Barry Goodrich, Jennifer Keirn and Rebecca Meiser
  • Merry Makings: A Season for Giving In

    A Christmas Story 2 is a complete steaming ... lump of coal in movie watchers' stockings. But if you love sequels or are being held at your in-laws' house against your will, here are three reasons to surrender to the straight-to-DVD festive film — even though nobody from the original had anything to do with it.

  • Merry Makings: Home Study
    West 11th Street house holds more than just tours. It's filled with plenty of movie memories for more than 50,000 visitors each year
  • School Belle
    Jillian Kramer

    The best public high school in Northeast Ohio is a Cleveland school. Surprised? You won't be once you meet principal Carol Lockhart, whose demanding leadership and nurturing ways have made Early College High School at John Hay a model for transformation.

  • Suite Life
    Edited by Steve Gleydura; Stories by Kathy Ames Carr, James Bigley II, Kristen Hampshire, Sheehan Hannan, John Hitch, Kara Kissell, Jillian Kramer, Rebecca Meiser, Brittney Schmies, Kim Schneider and Erick Trickey
  • Suite Life: Financial Districts
    Living downtown isn't as pricey as you might think, especially when you factor in how much you will save on items such as gas and taxes.
  • Suite Life: House Trends

    Ten years ago, when we first put downtown living on our cover, apartments in the city center were clustered in the Warehouse District and on East Fourth and East 12th streets. Since then, apartments have sprung up in nearly every part of downtown, including PlayhouseSquare and the Campus District. Adaptive reuse — historic office buildings becoming apartments — drives the trend. Apartment conversions — some already available for rent, others under construction — line downtown's
    main drags, Euclid Avenue and East Ninth Street.

  • Suite Life: My Downtown
    The 19 Action News entertainment reporter and Cleveland’s New 102 disc jockey spends most of his day on the job. But the Warehouse District resident finds plenty of ways to utilize his free time with working out, running errands and catching a game.
  • Suite Life: Park It
    Get outside Clevelanders. Don't let the rain and snow stop you from exploring downtown Cleveland. There are plenty of green spaces for year-round enjoyment. Megan Jones of LAND Studio shares some of her favorites.
  • Suite Life: Place Match
    Whether you focus on fitness, are all business or stay close to home, a downtown address can work for you. Take our quiz to find out what kind of urban dweller you are and use our weekend itinerary to get a glimpse of what city living looks like.
Lake Effect
Creative Thinkers
  • Thinking Buddies
    Matt Fredmonsky
    Paul McAvinchey's TechPint, a series of mini conferences, serves an entrepreneurial community thirsty for inspiration.
Public Square
  • Beer Baubles
    Jason Brill
    We know you love Great Lakes Brewing Co.'s Christmas Ale, but spice up your options with these hoppy trails.
  • Rock Odds
    Jon Miller
    Cleveland's newest casino doubles down with a bevy of entertainment, eateries and amenities.
Shelf
  • Landmark Love
    Ryllie Danylko
    A new book pays tribute to downtown's iconic Higbee Building.
Shop Talk
  • Style Reins
    Kathy Ames Carr
    Rebecca Ray Designs blazes a trail with its equestrian-inspired accessories
Sounds
  • String Theory
    Kelly Petryszyn
    Seafair adds cello and violin to create an exhilarating sound.
Spaces
  • Time Frame
    Rebecca Meiser
    Bonfoey Gallery celebrates more than a century of showcasing local artists' work.
Special Sections
Healthy Living
  • Healthy Living
    Lynne Thompson
    Five patients share their stories of surviving a life-threatening medical condition thanks to innovative doctors and treatments, their own determination and the help of loved ones.
Talking Points
  • Home Makeover
    Richey Piiparinen
    Young people are taking their talents to Cleveland, but do local leaders want their ideas or just their pocketbooks?
The Dish
On the Side
Quick Bite
Review
  • Fantastic Journey
    Elaine T. Cicora
    Brian Okin and Adam Bostwick team up to open the inventive Cork and Cleaver Social Kitchen.
The Terminal
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