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conde nast traveler names cleveland the best beer city in america

Here's what Conde Nast Traveler has to say about Cleveland's already-risen beer scene:

"The Midwest--American beer's ancestral seat--is finally stealing the spotlight back from the craft brew-sodden coasts. The freshest flavors and most creative styles pour in places like Cleveland, home to super-small-batch start-ups such as Platform (try their Anathema series, aged in local cider barrels), Nano, and Market Garden.--William Bostwick, author, The Brewer's Tale: A History of the World According to Beer

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forbes says midwest can lead the wearable tech revolution

"One region that might benefit from the rise of wearables the most, interestingly, is the Midwest," writes NorTech's Rebecca Bagley in this insightful article.

"'The rise of wearable and embedded electronics is driven by advances in printed and flexible sensor technology,” says Rick Earles, director of cluster acceleration at Team NEO. “Midwest companies are at the forefront of sensor innovation and many already offer cutting-edge products and applications.'"

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fodor's names cleveland a top 25 travel destination

"Rust Belt-chic town for art and culture vultures, basketball fans, and stalwart foodies."

That's how Fodor's Travel describes Cleveland in its new list of top 25 travel destinations in 2015.

The article also praises "culinary kings like Michael Symon and Jonathon Sawyer, an orchestra rated one of the top five in the nation, and a major new wing at The Cleveland Museum of Art."

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cleveland, ohio is the most affordable housing market in the u.s. (duh!)

The national media is beginning to figure out what Clevelanders have always known -- when it comes to housing costs, your dollar stretches a lot farther here than on the coasts.

"Cleveland is the country's most affordable market, where the average price of a four-bed, two-bath homes comes in around $64,993," writes Carly Ledbetter in this November 15th story in the Huffington Post. "California, which lays claim 9 out of the 10 most expensive markets, also has the most expensive market in the U.S. with Los Altos (aka Silicon Valley), California as the most expensive market, as average houses list for about $1.963 million. Big surprise -- San Francisco is only the 6th most expensive market."

"Just to put things in perspective, for the price of just that one "average" Los Altos home Coldwell estimates that a home owner could purchase about 25 homes in Cleveland. Yikes."

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