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The legions of bands, dancers and other organizations participating in Cleveland’s St. Patrick’s Day parade got an extra...
03/17/2024

The legions of bands, dancers and other organizations participating in Cleveland’s St. Patrick’s Day parade got an extra week to prepare in 1959. Around noon — right as the celebratory Mass at St. John’s Cathedral was finishing and American and Irish flags were being raised in Public Square — a blizzard blew in, ultimately dumping four inches of snow in the area. Wind gusts were reported between 50 and 60 mph, limiting visibility to the point where Cleveland police had to shut down the Shoreway for an hour. Shortly before the scheduled start from Chester Avenue and East 13th Street at 2 p.m., organizers postponed the parade until the next Sunday, saying it was impossible to march in the current conditions.

Read the full story: https://clevelandmagazine.com/in-the-cle/terminal/articles/1959-snowstorm-delays-but-doesn't-stop-cleveland's-st.-patrick's-day-parade

03/16/2024

Did you know there’s an art to the perfect pint of Guinness? Ahead of St. Patrick’s Day, let Mullarkey’s Irish Pub in Downtown Willoughby show you how to pour one like a master.

🎥 Abby Burton, Antonio Harper

03/16/2024
A Cleveland St. Patrick's Day isn't complete without some corned beef, and there may be no more iconic corned beef sandw...
03/16/2024

A Cleveland St. Patrick's Day isn't complete without some corned beef, and there may be no more iconic corned beef sandwich than Slymans.

The high-piled sandwiches have attracted Clevelanders, famous out-of-towners (such as presidents George W. Bush and Joe Biden and actors Robert De Niro and Al Pacino), and foodies on pilgrimage to the original St. Clair Avenue location since 1964. If Cleveland is the corned beef capital of America, much of that reputation can be credited to Slyman’s Restaurant.

On St. Patrick's Day, the restaurant sells 2,000-3,000 sandwiches between pre-orders and the line, so make sure you pre-order or get in line early.

"Dedication from our family has continued the legacy my father started," Freddie Slyman told us in 2020. "God kept us together. You get excited when you think of Slyman’s."

🔗 But Slyman's isn't the only game in town. Visit the link to find more great corned beef sandwiches and a full guide to St. Patrick's Day festivities: https://clevelandmagazine.com/things-to-do/articles/st.-patricks-day-guide-cleveland

St. Patrick's Day doesn't have to start at the bar. One of our favorite Cleveland traditions is St. Colman Church's annu...
03/16/2024

St. Patrick's Day doesn't have to start at the bar. One of our favorite Cleveland traditions is St. Colman Church's annual Irish mass. ☘️⛪

Including green carnations, drum marchers and Irish dancers, this year's masses take place at 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. The masses are followed by a party that includes live entertainment, bingo, face painting, corned beef sandwiches, prizes and Great Lakes Brewing Co. beer.

“It is a heavenly experience,” parishioner Rita Gaertner told us years ago. “Once you’ve seen it, you won’t want to miss it again.”

Click the link to read our full guide to St. Patrick's Day: https://clevelandmagazine.com/things-to-do/articles/st.-patricks-day-guide-cleveland

There are plenty of Irish bars in Northeast Ohio, but here's what gives a few of our favorite pubs an authentic vibe. Fl...
03/15/2024

There are plenty of Irish bars in Northeast Ohio, but here's what gives a few of our favorite pubs an authentic vibe.

Flannery’s Pub
Renowned for serving the perfect pint, great comfort food, and the friendliest staff in Cleveland, Flannery's is called home by all who visit. It’s practically a city landmark, having been around for nearly 25 years.

Stone Mad Pub
Fit for an Irish castle, features such as the hand-blown glass chandeliers, intricate woodwork and a stone patio make this Gordon Square Pub a scenic place to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

PJ McIntyre's Irish Pub
This West Park bar is committed to offering a lively St. Patrick's Day celebration with bagpipers, Irish dancers and the Celtic rock band Marys Lane set to perform. Opening at 7 a.m., the first 100 people will get a free T-shirt, and the band starts at 3 p.m. Located in place of an old appliance store in the heart of Kamm’s Corners Entertainment District, this is one of Cleveland’s most authentic and traditional Irish pubs.

The Harp
For nearly 25 years, this Detroit Avenue Pub with a gorgeous view of the lake has been a go-to for families on St. Patrick’s Day. The annual Boys From County Hell show starts at 8 p.m., following The Kilroy’s performance from 3:30-6:30 p.m. The bar is offering plenty of Irish favorites like Shepherd's pie ($18), corned beef sandwich ($13.50), and fish & chips ($19.50).

For more great pubs and St. Patrick's Day fun, click the link for our full guide: https://clevelandmagazine.com/things-to-do/articles/celebrate-st.-patrick's-day-at-these-8-irish-bars-and-pubs-in-cleveland

Bring your ideas to life at the Cleveland Home + Remodeling Expo March 22-24. Three days only to shop, compare, and save...
03/15/2024

Bring your ideas to life at the Cleveland Home + Remodeling Expo March 22-24. Three days only to shop, compare, and save with more than 250 companies in kitchens & baths, windows, flooring, décor, and more! 🏠🛠

Discuss all your home projects and meet face to face with trusted local experts to help make your dream home a reality. Get easy home cleaning tips and tricks from Patric Richardson of HGTV’s The Laundry Guy on Friday and Saturday! Appearance sponsored by Spectrum. Plus, don’t miss the Street of Tiny Living!

🎟 SAVE $4 on tickets with promo code MAG:
https://homeandremodelingexpo.mpetickets.com/?disc=MAG

Searching for a place to satisfy your fish fry needs? We’ve got you covered with options all over Northeast Ohio. Check ...
03/15/2024

Searching for a place to satisfy your fish fry needs? We’ve got you covered with options all over Northeast Ohio. Check out our interactive fish fry map. Presented by St. Edward High School

https://clevelandmagazine.com/food-drink/fish-fries

After a few months of crash-and-burn pandemic Zoom school, the Kecks decided to go “school shopping” before their daught...
03/14/2024

After a few months of crash-and-burn pandemic Zoom school, the Kecks decided to go “school shopping” before their daughter’s sixth-grade year to find out how other institutions were managing through abrupt change. Every place was facing a pandemic blitz.

They “pulled the trigger” after considering Laurel School for some time, and she started in-person in the fall 2020. Brian Keck, the father, says following the shutdown and through seventh grade was rough waters.

Many schools have added these newfound academic, social and intervention specialists.

Schools across Northeast Ohio have been bolstering support for academics, executive functioning, social-emotional needs and mental health concerns following shuttered pandemic teaching and marked learning lags across the nation.

Read our story from Kristen Hampshire here: https://clevelandmagazine.com/education/articles/covid-19-dealing-with-lags-and-stops-for-cleveland-students

Four years ago, the world as we know it shut down as the COVID-19 pandemic arrived. Gatherings were held on porches and ...
03/13/2024

Four years ago, the world as we know it shut down as the COVID-19 pandemic arrived. Gatherings were held on porches and driveways, masks were the latest fashion and school looked vastly different.

As the world tried to collectively navigate the pandemic, this is how Clevelanders looked through the lens of photographer Angelo Merendino.

Revisit this portrait series from our June 2020 issue: https://clevelandmagazine.com/in-the-cle/the-read/articles/still-life-portraits-from-cleveland's-porches

As one of the best Neapolitan pizzerias in the country, Vero Pizza in Cleveland Heights has been operating at full capac...
03/13/2024

As one of the best Neapolitan pizzerias in the country, Vero Pizza in Cleveland Heights has been operating at full capacity pretty much since its inception. On any given evening, the 45-seat restaurant is typically full, with hour-or-more waits for a table not uncommon.

That's why, when the adjacent space became available last fall, owner and pizzaiolo Marc-Aurele Buholzer executed his right of first refusal to take it over. Now, nearly six months later, the work is in the past and the doors are open.

Read our story on Vero Pizza's expansion here: https://clevelandmagazine.com/food-drink/articles/expanded-vero-pizza-opens-in-cleveland-heights

03/12/2024

The NFL’s Legal Tampering Period is underway and the Browns have made moves to keep some of their own, while the Cavs get ready for a three-game road trip. This Week in Cleveland Sports.

In case you forgot to last night: Set your clock forward one hour! Spring is right around the corner!  Photo by Erik Dro...
03/10/2024

In case you forgot to last night: Set your clock forward one hour!

Spring is right around the corner!

Photo by Erik Drost

About 40 restaurants are offering special menus through March 16.
03/09/2024

About 40 restaurants are offering special menus through March 16.

The biannual event from Cleveland Independents is designed to raise awareness for local restaurants. By Dillon Stewart 

Claire Billingsley, known on Instagram as , has always been drawn to eccentric aesthetics in her personal style — her in...
03/09/2024

Claire Billingsley, known on Instagram as , has always been drawn to eccentric aesthetics in her personal style — her interior design is no different. Most people don’t have a 6-foot papier-mache camel in their living room. Or a wiener dog-shaped bench in their entryway. Then again, most people aren’t Billingsley.

“My house is really out there, but you don’t have to go all in like I have,” she says. “Experiment and have fun at whatever scale you feel comfortable with. Take small risks that are impermanent and don’t cost lots of money, like paint, throw pillows, and secondhand decor. These are things you can do even if you’re renting or on a tight budget.”

Hit the link below for more on Billingsley's unique home.

https://clevelandmagazine.com/at-home/articles/embracing-color-with-whimsical-ideas-how-a-detroit-shoreway-resident-fills-her-home-with-energy

Happy Friday afternoon, Cleveland ⛅️ May your weekend be as peaceful as this sunset shot captured by Gabe Wasylko Photog...
03/08/2024

Happy Friday afternoon, Cleveland ⛅️ May your weekend be as peaceful as this sunset shot captured by Gabe Wasylko Photography at West Side Market 😌

Fish Fry We Love: The Rustic Grill at StonewaterThe grill’s special twists on its fish and extensive menu of meat-free o...
03/08/2024

Fish Fry We Love: The Rustic Grill at Stonewater

The grill’s special twists on its fish and extensive menu of meat-free options leave little to be desired for a satisfactory Lenten dinner.

“There's something for everybody in the family,” executive chef Kathryn Neidus. “Having more options really does attract a lot of people. It's a fun atmosphere, and it's always buzzy.”

Presented by St. Edward High School

🔗 https://clevelandmagazine.com/food-drink/fish-fries/articles/fish-fry-we-love-the-rustic-grill-at-stonewater-golf-club

Every year, Cleveland rises above its superstitions, defies expectations and proves that the sky's the limit. Meet some ...
03/08/2024

Every year, Cleveland rises above its superstitions, defies expectations and proves that the sky's the limit.

Meet some of the people lending a hand to the city's successes in business, health care, entertainment and other areas, including Gerardo Orlando, Sakeenah Bari-Harold, Doug "Drama" Bailey, Samantha Maloy, David Allen Moss, Angela Bartunek, Michael Dealoia, Dave Douglas, Brigid Coyne and Anne Wade from Evergreen Podcasts

Head to the link below to learn more about The Faces of Cleveland Podcasting.

https://clevelandmagazine.com/in-the-cle/faces-of-cleveland/articles/the-faces-of-cleveland-podcasting

Among all the world premieres and artsy films, the Cleveland International Film Festival has snuck a few retro film show...
03/08/2024

Among all the world premieres and artsy films, the Cleveland International Film Festival has snuck a few retro film showings into the 2024 film fest lineup, including 2010 "Twilight" movie "Eclipse," set to screen on April 8 following the total solar eclipse in Cleveland. 🧛

The full lineup features 137 feature films, plus 225 short films shown in blocks. Selections span 60 countries. CIFF takes place April 3-13, with a virtual run of movies to follow.

Take a dip into the complete festival lineup, which was announced today: https://clevelandmagazine.com/entertainment/film-tv/articles/cleveland-international-film-festival-announces-lineup-of-350-films-including-a-twilight-movie

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