2016-12-09T11:01:59ZThe Cleveland Museum of Contemporary Art, located behind the Cleveland Playhouse on Carnegie Avenue, hosts eleven temporary exhibitions each year, featuring emerging international artists as well as notable artists, in all genres, from Northeast Ohio.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZAre you looking for somewhere to eat before or after the theater? Cleveland's Playhouse Square is experiencing a restaurant renaissance.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZCleveland Ohio, on the shores of Lake Erie, is filled with a wealth of cultural attractions, fine dining and ethnic restaurants, vibrant nightlife, and exciting sports teams. It's a fun -- and affordable town to visit.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZProgressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field), opened in 1994 in downtown Cleveland, is the home of the Cleveland Indian's baseball team. The sleek is a baseball lover's paradise.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZNortheast Ohio boasts dozens of festive New Year's Eve events, from the family-friendly First Night in Akron to Cleveland Pops Orchestra concert, from restaurant parties to dinner cruises. (updated for 2013/2014.)
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZAre you looking for somewhere to eat near the Cleveland Convention Center? There are scores of restaurants within walking distance.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZFirst Energy Stadium, built in 1997, sits on the site of the original Municipal Stadium, a Cleveland landmark since 1931. The new stadium combines the history of the old with modern conveniences, such as ample restrooms and unobstructed views. The stadium is located in downtown Cleveland at the waterfront near many of the city's attractions.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZFinding a place to park near FirstEnergy Stadium when more than 70,000 fans descend on downtown for game days can be challenging. Here are a few picks of the most convenient as well as the cheapest places to park when you go see the Browns.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZWhether you’re looking for a late night on the town or a way to celebrate the new year with your family, Toledo Ohio and the surrounding area have a number of events to consider.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZThanksgiving in Cleveland Ohio, the fourth Thursday in November, is a time for family, feasting, fun, and football. Find out what restaurants are open, how to make your turkey, and other Thanksgiving events in town.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZThe Western Reserve Historical Society, located in Cleveland's University Circle neighborhood, is actually two museums with an array of interesting exhibits about Cleveland from the 18th century to the present.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZGrowing up in Columbus, candy buckeyes were always a part of any platter or tin or holiday treats. Made of chocolate and peanut butter and crafted to look like the fruit of Ohio's state tree, the Buckeye, these bite-size treats are a regional favorite.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZPlayhouse Square is Cleveland's theater district. Home to the opulent, restored State, Ohio, Palace, and Allen Theaters, Playhouse Square is second only to Broadway.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZThe Cleveland Museum of Natural History is a treasure trove of over four million specimens. Find out more about this north coast gem.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZThe Harry London Chocolate Factory has been creating the finest of candies and chocolates in Akron for the past 84 years. Learn more about this regional favorite.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZSanta is spending a lot of his busy pre-Christmas schedule making appearances in Dayton Ohio. Find out where to see Santa near you.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZOhio has some of the least restrictive gun laws in the United States. Here's what you need to know to buy, own and carry guns legally in the Buckeye State.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZSauerkraut balls are a traditional Northeast Ohio favorite. They combine the cabbage so abundant in the fall with the region's German heritage. The combination is delicious. This recipe is my variation on the one made famous by McGarvey's in Vermilion. I make no claim to its being authentic.
2016-12-09T11:01:59Zcleveland has a wealth of sites that are purported to be haunted. Learn more about some of them here.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZThe Children's Museum of Cleveland is an interesting and interactive place for kids and adults to learn and have fun together. Learn more about this fascinating and unique museum.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZEnjoying the Buckeye State doesn't have to be expensive. There are scores of things to see, do and experience in Ohio that don't cost a dime.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZRockin' Robin's Amazone Family Entertainment Center, located in Medina Ohio, is loaded with fun recreation options for the whole family.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZFor a city of a little more than 300,000 residents, Toledo Ohio has a variety of famous residents, past and presents--from movie stars, like Katie Holmes, to sports personalities to writers. Learn more about famous Toledoans here.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZOhio's liquor laws can sometimes be confusing, especially if you're new in town. We have the basics you need to know.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZMusic fills the air all over northeast Ohio during the holiday season. Learn about this season's holiday concert schedules.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZLooking for a place to dine out on Christmas Day in Cleveland. We have a list of more than a dozen choices all over town.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZClevelanders love their chocolate. Fortunately, there are nearly a dozen, quality chocolate shops in and around town. Take a look at our picks.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZCleveland native and Food Network Iron Chef has three restaurants in the great Cleveland area as well as one in Detroit.
2016-12-09T11:01:59ZCleveland has been the home of notable music artists, among them singer-songwriter Tracy Chapman and jazz pianist Jim Brickman. Dean Martin is from nearby Steubenville