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Lake Effect
This month's forecast on the people, places and things we love
  • Bird Brains
    Parma's pink punch line gets turned into public art.
  • Image Conscious
    We duel over our Rust Belt moniker.
  • Tweet Smarts
    Councilman Joe Cimperman's Twitter serves as an online community corkboard.
  • A Shining Example
    Stephen King shares his Cleveland influences.
  • Wild Card
    Afternoon-drive host Mike Trivisonno takes on card sharks at the World Series of Poker.
  • Flats Forward
    The once bustling East Bank of the Cuyahoga River is primed for a renaissance thanks to recent additions.
  • Fair Notice
    Celebrate the arts with two very different festivals this month.
  • Dutch Connection
    Former Clevelander Chad Bilyeu created a group to share his love for C-Town while he's in Amsterdam.
  • Social Worker
    Dan Moulthrop brings fresh ideas to the City Club.
  • Movie Buff
    IngeunityFest holds its first-ever independent film festival.
  • Cine-Amore
    Only happy movies show at the Italian Film Festival.
  • Taboo Tale
    Alissa Nutting may have penned this year's most controversial book.
  • Fine Print
    We read between the lines of The Abundance of Nothing and Win, Place or Die.
  • Rock Hop
    The Moxies are updating classic rock 'n' roll for a new generation.
  • Collective Soul
    R & B greats take the stage for this year's Multi Music Fest.
  • Sustainable Swaddle
    Cherub's Blanket makes organic baby products with a tiny footprint.
Voice
  • Lane Change
    A writer learns what it means to be a modern-day neighbor.
Talking Points
  • Turnover Prone
    The federal probe into Jimmy Haslam's company reminds us how the Browns and the NFL have failed the fans.
The Dish 
Serving straight talk on food, drinks and restaurants
The Terminal 
Landmark moments from our past


Features

  • The Curious Case of David Ayers
    The CMHA security guard was convicted of killing 76-year-old Dorothy Brown in her apartment. But after serving 11 years of a life sentence, David Ayers was set free.

  • Why We Love Football
    As a new season kicks off, we celebrate Northeast Ohio's passion for the pigskin, whether it's played in small towns on Friday nights or in front of 73,200 fans on Sunday afternoon.

  • Love Fall, Will Travel
    Whatever inspires you to pack your bags and hit the road this autumn, from fine wine and food to sky-high thrills, we've got five weekend trips mapped out for you.


Special Section
  • Fall Arts Preview
    The leaves may be dropping, but it's not time to hibernate yet. Get out this fall with our entertainment guide to the best concerts, exhibits and shows. Plus, Arsenio Hall returns to late-night TV and Michael Bublé talks up his new CD.


 

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