All I Want for Cleve-Mas, Part 2: Local Holiday Shopping in Cleveland

Happy Thanksgiving, Clue Into Clevelanders! I hope you have a great holiday with family, friends or relaxing at home. Of course, the day after (and even Thanksgiving night for some stores) kicks off the holiday shopping season. Before you get swept away in the craziness of shopping for gifts, I suggest making a trip to…

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WhyCLE Challenge: Reasons 7 – 13 to Love Cleveland

As I posted last week, I’m taking the WhyCLE Challenge in May where I’ll be tweeting a daily reason why I love this city.  You can follow those reasons and my other tweets @ADHicken.  I’ll also be recapping these reasons on my blog each weekend. *** Reasons 7-13 to love…

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Happy New Years Cleve from Clue Into Cleveland

  New Years Cleve started last year in Manny Brown’s, a bar on Philly’s South Street. It was New Years Eve; Scott and I were in Philly visiting family and friends. We had recently moved into our house and were telling our friends from college about it.  This was months…

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PlayhouseSquare Partners / Dine Around at Crop Bistro

I’m often looking for ways to get involved in an event beyond the basic experience. For me,  I find that doing instead of attending has always led to a more enriching and enjoyable experience. It’s one of the reasons I enjoy the Cleveland Sketch Crawl. It allows me to get…

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Making Connections in Cleveland – A Look at Sparx City Hop

 UPDATE: The 2011 Sparx City Hop takes place on Sept. 10, 2011. More info about the 2011 neighborhood hop can be found on Downtown Cleveland Alliance’s website. Read on for a review of last year’s Sparx City Hop. Saturday was the Sparx City Hop. As I mentioned last week, I headed down…

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If a LeBron Plays in the Q, and No One is There to Watch It …

    … Does it Make a Sound?             What boggled my mind the most about last Thursday’s ‘LeBron Show’ was how many people tuned in.   Nearly 10 million U.S. viewers watched what has been considered a low point for journalism and pro sports.  Although the majority of those who watched it were annoyed, we still contributed…

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Cedar Point: Summer on the Roller Coast

Although summer officially begins in late June, the season seems to start weeks and even months before the solstice. For some, summer starts the first time they dine on the patio of their favorite restaurant; for others, it’s when the neighborhood pool opens or they break out the grill for a barbeque.…

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