July 2012 Issue
Travel the globe by way of Cleveland’s ethnic festivals.
You don’t need to be well versed in Cleveland history to know that it has a rich ethnic heritage. From its geography (Cleveland is home to neighborhoods such as Asiatown, Slavic Village and Little Italy) to its restaurants (you can find eateries dishing out everything from Turkish to Polish fare), it’s apparent the rock ’n’ roll capital is also a veritable melting pot of cultures. And there’s no better way to experience a new culture than by attending one of the many ethnic festivals taking place this summer. To read more, click here to subscribe. >>