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Cleveland BeerFest

Cleveland BeerFest

Posted Jan 6, 2017

If the thought of spending the evening with more than 120 breweries serving up 400+ craft beers from around the nation doesn’t strike your fancy, we’re not sure what does.

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Brite Winter

Brite Winter

Posted Dec 31, 2016

It’s no secret that Cleveland experiences its fair share of snow and cold during the wintertime months. Thanks in large part to its positioning along Lake Erie, the region gets hit by large swaths of snow via a weather phenomenon known as the Lake Effect.

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4 Wintertime Ways to Explore Lake Erie Shores & Islands

4 Wintertime Ways to Explore Lake Erie Shores & Islands

Posted Dec 28, 2016

No one is denying that the weather can get pretty cold and snowy around these parts come wintertime. But, the fun doesn’t stop on account of a few snowflakes. In fact, places like Lake Erie Shores & Islands – known for their summer family vacation options – actually offer up a whole host of fun wintertime activities.

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17 Things to Do in Cleveland in 2017

17 Things to Do in Cleveland in 2017

Posted Dec 22, 2016

1. See What’s New at the Cleveland Metroparks: Happy 100th anniversary to the Cleveland Metroparks, the “emerald necklace” park system that gorgeously encircles the city of Cleveland. In 2017, check out some of the park system’s new assets, explore a reservation, head over to one of their Lake Erie beach parties or enjoy the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.

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4 Unique Ways to Celebrate New Year's Eve in Cleveland

4 Unique Ways to Celebrate New Year's Eve in Cleveland

Posted Dec 15, 2016

No one’s saying there’s anything wrong with the traditional way of ringing in the New Year with dinner and some bubbly. After all, Cleveland’s diverse and varied dining scene is quickly making national headlines for itself. (Plus, there are a ton of restaurants offering great packages.)

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13 of the Best Hotels In Cleveland

13 of the Best Hotels In Cleveland

Posted Dec 14, 2016

Cleveland’s ever-growing resurgence can be attributed to everything from the billions of dollars of new developments by both public and private investors, to the hosting of major events such as the 2016 Republican National Convention and World Series.

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Cleveland Metroparks Unveils New Projects in 2017

Cleveland Metroparks Unveils New Projects in 2017

Posted Dec 10, 2016

2017 is shaping up to be a banner year for Cleveland and, in particular, for the Cleveland Metroparks.

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The Christmas Ales of Cleveland

The Christmas Ales of Cleveland

Posted Dec 8, 2016

Thanks in large part to Cleveland’s industrial backbone, this once primarily blue-collar town is known for its beer. On a somewhat daily basis, it feels as though new breweries and beer bars are popping up on every street corner.

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A Christmas Story House

A Christmas Story House

Posted Dec 2, 2016

Every Christmas Eve, TBS commences its 24-hour marathon airing of A Christmas Story. The tradition, which has been going since 1992, brings this quirky—yet fun—Jean Shepherd holiday story to life and into the living rooms of families nationwide.

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Cleveland Corporate Gifts for Clients this Holiday Season

Cleveland Corporate Gifts for Clients this Holiday Season

Posted Nov 30, 2016

Looking for that perfect gift for your Cleveland clients?

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