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Making Mellencamp

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame delves into how would-be teen idol Johnny Cougar reclaimed his name and became the musical poet of the Midwest.

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Lincoln’s Funeral Train Stops in Cleveland

On April 28, 1865, mourners gathered on the city’s Public Square to pay their final respects to President Abraham Lincoln.

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‘Stories from Storage’ at the Cleveland Museum of Art

See works from the museum’s permanent collection, including some that have not been on public display for years, in this unique exhibition.

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‘Play It Loud: The Instruments of Rock & Roll’ in Cleveland

An exhibition co-organized between the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and New York’s The Metropolitan Museum of Art highlights some of rock music’s most iconic tools of the trade.

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Have Fun at Board Game Parlors

Board game parlors are popping up across the U.S., including these two Ohio locations that are rolling the dice on the fact that we love to play.

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3 Questions: Mary Bridget Davies

The Ohio native and "A Night with Janis Joplin" Tony Award nominee discusses the icon she portrays.

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Great Ohio Road Trips: Northeast

We head to northeast Ohio for an art-inspired road trip to the Cleveland Museum of Art, Akron Art Museum, The Butler Institute of American Art and more.

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Zoo Cool

Visit the animals this winter and you’ll find special holiday activities along with indoor and outdoor fun.

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5 Great Brewpubs

Visit Ohio spots that have mastered craft brews and great food to go with them.

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102 Days & Nights of Summer: Sept. 2019

The Cleveland Orchestra performs John Williams' iconic score to “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back” at Blossom Music Center, and the Milan Melon Festival offers a sweet end to summer.

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3 Questions: Bill Guentzler

We talked with the Cleveland International Film Festival’s artistic director about the decision-making behind what goes on-screen each year.

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Partner in Crime

Novelist Lisa Black finds murder, mystery and mayhem in Cleveland.

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New Heights

The Cleveland Orchestra brings Bernard Herrmann’s score for “Vertigo” to life at Severance Hall.

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Living Color

The Cleveland Museum of Art features 30 works from its collection that show how artists ranging from Edgar Degas to Mary Cassatt embraced pastels.

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2 Recipes That Make Garlic the Star

The Cleveland Garlic Festival returns each summer with chefs competing in a grill-off featuring the star ingredient. We have the recipes for two dishes that will shine on the judges' table.

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