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The Best Things We Ate in Cleveland in 2019 | Flavor | Cleveland

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Spring Pea Toast at Michael’s Genuine There was no better expression of the season than the spring pea toast dished up at Michael’s Genuine. Atop a shingle of hearty toast sat light-as-air layers of minty mashed peas and fluffy burrata. Strategically placed slivers of radish bring crunch to every bite,...
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The 2019 Year in Review for Cleveland Dining | Flavor | Cleveland

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As 2019 winds to a close, it’s time for our annual year-end accounting of gains, losses and futures in the local restaurant scene. In the win column are high-profile spots from notable chefs Doug Katz, Jonathon Sawyer and Michael Schwartz, who have opened Zhug, Sawyer’s and Michael’s Genuine, respectively. Those...
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The Best Things We Ate in Cleveland During the 2010s | Flavor | Cleveland

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This month doesn’t just signal the end of a year; it also marks the culmination of a decade, one that has been jam-packed with meals good, bad and forgettable. The dishes that follow managed to leave an indelible mark, rising above countless others to earn a spot on this list....
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Buy, Sell, Hold: The Cleveland Dining Trends We Love, Hate and Long For | Flavor | Cleveland

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In years past, we’ve lamented the rise of sheet pan plates, prayed for more Filipino food, and tried to put the brakes on hot dogs, tacos, gas-station hummus, and egg-topped everything. We’ve welcomed delicious trends like bubble tea, poutine, Nashville hot chicken and real-deal barbecue. We still desire more natural...
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10 Cleveland Sandwiches We Love… Like, Really Love | Flavor | Cleveland

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While tacos get all the attention, it’s sandwiches that fuel the world. Here in Cleveland, we have an embarrassment of riches when it comes to classics, originals and over-the-top creations. Anything goes in the world of sammies as long as the results are delicious. We think these 10 are worth...
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Where We Celebrate Now: Cleveland’s Special Places for Special Times | Flavor | Cleveland

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The term “special-occasion restaurant” is both a blessing and a curse. While it’s nice to know that diners value your establishment enough to entrust it with their most momentous milestones, it would also be nice if they popped by a little more often. Some places, like those listed here, have...
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The Best New Restaurants in Cleveland of the Past Five Years | Flavor | Cleveland

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At the tail end of 2014, I composed for this very magazine my annual look-ahead at the year in food. Back then, Cleveland diners were eagerly awaiting the arrival of such places as Alley Cat, Graffiti, Citizen Pie, Batuqui, M Italian and any number of gratuitous Crop Bistro spin-offs. In...
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How Four Long-Standing Cleveland Restaurants Have Adapted to the Times and Survived for Decades | Flavor | Cleveland

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When the building that currently houses Don’s Lighthouse Grille was constructed, Edgewater Park stretched all the way up to the front door. With no Memorial Shoreway to dodge, beachgoers would walk right up to the impressive three-story edifice to purchase taffy, hot dogs, barbecue and ice-cold Coca-Cola. That building is...
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Ticket to Ride: The Best Destination Dining in Northeast Ohio | Flavor | Cleveland

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Is there any better appetizer than a long drive? Culinary road trips, those unhurried journeys that end at the door of one of our favorite restaurants, are some of life’s most memorable occasions. We will gladly drive an hour for a wonderful meal, whether it’s built around tacos, fried fish,...
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The Crispy Chick Turns Out Dynamite Tenders and Positive Role Models in Central | Dining Lead | Cleveland

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In the acclaimed 2012 documentary, Jiro Dreams of Sushi, sushi chef Jiro Ono reflected on how he became one of the best in the world: Over time, he pared away appetizers and other distractions from his true love — sushi. His philosophy and methods embody the tenets of Japanese cooking:...
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Band of the Week: Public Squares | Band of the Week | Cleveland

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MEET THE BAND: Thuck Apton (via human vessel Brandon M. Abate, drums, vocals), Regulus Nine (via human vessel Steven Manko, bass), Dr. Rex Reezin (via human vessel Bill Kowalcic, guitar, additional vocals) NO REAL PLAN IN MIND: From Up There, the latest album from this local act, serves as the...
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Savage Love: Some Quickies

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My ex-girlfriend, who I dated for nine months, called me two months after we broke up and accused me of giving her HPV. She was going on, telling me how I needed to tell any future person I had sex with that I have HPV.… Source link: Click here for...
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Great Lakes Theater’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ Glistens With Holiday Cheer | Theater | Cleveland

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As holiday traditions grow scarcer and scarcer, it’s nice to know that one has stayed constant. For 31 years, Great Lakes Theater has been proud to present A Christmas Carol to folks looking for that nostalgic Christmas feel from the beloved Charles Dickens novel, adapted for the stage by Gerald...
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Akron’s Steve Arrington on 30 Years of Advocacy for Men With HIV | Features | Cleveland

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click to enlarge Photo by Ilenia Pezzaniti The year is 1977. Steve Arrington is 25 years old when he walks into his first gay club, Hide & Seek, in Colorado Springs. The music is crisp and everything is chrome: the tables, the bar, the chairs. Red, purple and green strobe...
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‘Dark Waters’ is One of the Year’s Best Films | Film Features | Cleveland

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Perhaps it’s the familiar tones: the serious subject matter, the wintry color palette, the central conflict adapted from an astounding piece of journalism. Or perhaps it’s Mark Ruffalo, himself. But whatever the reason, Dark Waters, the new drama from director Todd Haynes about a corporate defense attorney who takes on...
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It’s Hard to Look Away From the Unblinking Honesty of ‘Honey Boy’ | Film Features | Cleveland

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The mercurial former child star Shia LaBeouf (Even Steven, Transformers), who wrote what became the script for Honey Boy while in rehab, has dealt with no shortage of negative publicity. Prone to vile outbursts and drunken misbehavior, LaBeouf was for many years a cautionary tale about peaking in Hollywood too...
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Freddie Kitchens and the Steelers Game Aftermath — The A to Z Podcast With Andre Knott and Zac Jackson

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Tuesday, December 3, 2019 Freddie Kitchens and the Steelers Game Aftermath — The A to Z Podcast With Andre Knott and Zac Jackson Posted By Vince Grzegorek vgrzegorek@clevescene.com> on Tue, Dec 3, 2019 at 9:16 AM Andre and Zac talk Freddie Kitchens and the Browns in the aftermath of their...
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Josh Butler: Michigan State University Spartans football player whose parents died walks out with dogs on Senior Day

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A Michigan State University football player whose parents died before Senior Day walked out with his adopted dogs onto the field for the occasion. Spartans cornerback Josh Butler brought out Roxy and Remi for the event, which typically features seniors emerging from a tunnel with family members for their final...

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