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A happy return: Cleveland Christmas mainstay Mr. Jingeling makes a comeback
A longtime Cleveland Christmas icon, Mr. Jingeling will return to the holiday scene this season after a long absence.
Free Stamp: All things free in the #CLE for November 2021
The best things in life are free, indeed, and our monthly "Free Stamp" feature rounds up all the free #CLE events that get our "stamp" of approval. And with the holidays quickly approaching, many of the events this month have a distinct theme! 
Answers to our Cleveland mayoral trivia quiz
Cleveland will elect its next mayor on Tuesday, Nov. 2. How well did you do on our mayoral trivia quiz? Check you answers here. 
Mayoral quiz: On the eve of electing a new Cleveland mayor, test you knowledge on our past mayors
For the first time in 15 years, Clevelanders will choose a new mayor on Tuesday, Nov. 2. How well do you know some of Cleveland's former mayors? Take our quiz and test your knowledge.
Beyond the grave: Griffin Cider House & Gin Bar brings history to (after)life in Lakewood
Often occupying century buildings or sharing historic spaces, spooky ghost stories are on the menu at many Cleveland establishments—and the Griffin Cider House & Gin Bar is no exception.
Beyond the Pleasuredome: Shonberg’s psychedelic art shines at the Buckland Museum
Guests can get a taste of the psychedelic and the occult at the Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick with the works of artist Burt Shonberg, known as the Grandfather of Psychedelic Art.  
These trees grow in CLE: Groups record, track remaining pre-1796 Moses Cleaveland trees
Only about 70 of the 273 known Moses Cleaveland trees recorded in the city remain—including tulips, sycamores, beeches, several kinds of oaks, a hickory, and a silver maple. Tree advocates working to restore our tree canopy are using the remaining Moses Cleaveland trees to inspire residents to plant their own tree legacies.  
Women with wings: Inside the International Women’s Air & Space Museum
The annual Cleveland Air Show reminds us of the rich aviation-related history in our city and the state of Ohio. Locals have heard of the Cleveland Air Races and seen historical aircraft at the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum. Yet some Clevelanders may not be aware of the significant role of women in aviation history—and the museum at Burke Lakefront Airport that celebrates them.
Answers to our Cleveland Cavaliers trivia quiz
The Cleveland Cavaliers start their regular season tonight against the Memphis Grizzlies. Find the answers to our Cavaliers trivia quiz here!
The Cleveland Cavaliers season tips off on Wednesday: Are you prepared?
The Cleveland Cavaliers kick off their regular NBA basketball season tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct. 20 in Memphis. How well do you know your home team? Let’s warm up with a trivia quiz.
In her words: Immersed in Vincent
Writer Erin O'Brien takes a welcome step away from reality and into the immersive world if Vincent Van Gogh.
Halloween goes to the dogs: Lakewood’s annual Spooky Pooch parade is Saturday
Get ready for a howling good time this coming Saturday, Oct. 16, when the 14th annual Spooky Pooch Parade hits the streets of Lakewood.
Free Stamp: All things free in the #CLE for October 2021
The best things in life are free, indeed, and our monthly "Free Stamp" feature rounds up all the free #CLE events that get our "stamp" of approval.
In his own words: Democracy is stronger with the arts
Jeremy V. Johnson, CEO and president of Assembly for the Arts, pleads the case for supporting the arts in Cleveland before Monday's debate between the two Cleveland mayoral candidates. 
Sneak peek: Cleveland claims its position FRONT and center in the international art world
A lot can happen in four years, and for many of us, 2018—the year that FRONT Triennial made its colorful debut across Cleveland—feels like a lifetime ago. As the triennial event prepares to yet again position The Land at the epicenter of the global art world next summer, FRONT plans to explore much-needed themes of healing and transformation.
In her own words: A journey toward racial reconciliation and eliminating systemic racism
Slavic Village community steward Toni White shares her thoughts on her efforts to rid her neighborhood of racism, prejudice, and bigotry through open and honest discussion.
Baseball wars: Local filmmaker debuts film on fatal 1920 pitch that began Indians, Yankees rivalry
Cleveland Indians baseball takes center stage at the 12th Annual Chagrin Documentary Film Festival with the premiere of local filmmaker Andy Billman's “War on the Diamond” on Tuesday, Oct. 5.
The Great Lakes African American Writers Conference turns the page toward its 2021 event
As the author of "Little Lumpy's Book of Blessings," Rev. Dr. Leah Lewis is no stranger to the path to publication—and she founded the Great Lakes African American Writers Conference to help make sure others don’t get burned along the way.
Young professionals explore the city, network during Engage! Cleveland’s annual YP week
Nearly 1,000 people participated in this year's Engage! Cleveland's Young Professionals Week events for a chance to mingle and explore the city. 
Rocking the vote: CLE's mayoral candidates are working hard to win over young professionals
Marking their first time sharing the stage since September’s mayoral primary, nonprofit leader Justin Bibb and current Cleveland City Council president Kevin Kelley competed toe-to-toe at Friday’s Mayoral Town Hall to reach young professionals.