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Summer in Cleveland. Need we say more? (Don’t worry … we will.) We’re talking toes in the sand at Edgewater Beach, delicious eats at outdoor festivals and tipping back gulps of crisp rose on treelined patios. If you haven’t picked up on it, we’re going to be outside this summer … a lot. So, get ready. Because this summer is going to hit different.
Living on the Great Lakes, you walk to the shore, gaze out at an endless horizon and your sense of adventure gets you thinking about sailing on the vast, open water with the wind in your hair and sails billowing overhead. The Cleveland Tall Ships Festival is your ticket to do just that on 8 traditionally-rigged sailing vessels, along with food, drinks, live music and all sorts of maritime merriment.
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Cleveland goes crazy for baseball. Back in the ‘90s (and early ‘00s), we packed the stadium full for 455 straight games. That’s over five seasons of sellout crowds. The sport has a storied history in this town, going back as far as 1869. Now, the Guardians boast a future Hall of Famer in the dugout, a formidable pitching rotation and bright, young talent on the diamond. Baseball is more than just a game in Cleveland, it’s a lifestyle.
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Whether they’re new to the scene or local favorites, women-owned restaurants in Cleveland are serving up cuisine with a focus on fresh, local ingredients, bold flavors and creativity. The women who own and operate these restaurants are rock stars at their craft, serving up everything from hearty breakfast and brunch fare to international cuisine, sweet treats and everything in between.
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