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The Story of the Battle of Lake Erie
The Battle of Lake Erie was one of the deciding battles of the War of 1812 and it was found right here in northern Ohio. As we approach the bicentennial of this event, learn more about the men, the ships and the strategy of this battle.

When Did Ohio Become a State?
Ohio wasn't one of the original 13 states. Just when did the Buckeye State enter the union?

New Year's Eve Events in Dayton
Dayton Ohio boasts dozens of festive New Year's Eve events, from the family-friendly to elegant restaurants to hot night club happenings. Find out more about what's going on in the city New Year's Eve.

Festival of Flowers by Henri Matisse
Festival of Flowers by Henri Matisse. Page 18.

Marie-Yolande de Fitz-James by Henri Fantin-Latour
Marie-Yolande de Fitz-James by Henri Fantin-Latour. Page 16.

The Pigeon Tower at Bellevue by Paul Cezanne
The Pigeon Tower at Bellevue by Paul Cezanne. Page 14.

Still Life with Biscuits by Pablo Picasso
Still Life with Biscuits by Pablo Picasso. Page 15.

The Apple Seller by Pierre-Auguste Renoir
The Apple Seller by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Page 17.

Dancers by Edgar Degas at the Cleveland Museum of Art
An image of

Monsieur Boileau at the Cafe by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Monsieur Boileau at the Cafe by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Page 10.

Baby Cow at Boo at the Cleveland Zoo
Boo at the Cleveland Zoo sells out early each year, so make your plans early. Page 4.

"City of Toledo" Lake Erie steamship, 1900s


The "Edmund Fitzgerald"
Image of the

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 5.

Aspens, Northern New Mexico, 1958 by Ansel Adams
Aspens, Northern New Mexico, 1958 by Ansel Adams, a part of the Ansel Adams exhibit at the Cleveland Institute of Art. Page 3.

Dunes, Oceano California, 1963 by Ansel Adams
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Moon and Half Dome by Ansel Adams
Moon and Half Dome by Ansel Adams

Georgia O'Keeffe and Orville Cox, Canyon de Chelly by Ansel Adams
Georgia O'Keeffe and Orville Cox, Canyon de Chelly by Ansel Adams. Page 4.

Ansel Adams at the Cleveland Institute of Art
Ansel Adams at the Cleveland Institute of Art

GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Cleveland Cats Rock
GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Cleveland Cats Rock. Page 22.

GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Singing the Legacy of Freedom
GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Singing the Legacy of Freedom. Page 23.

GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - One-eyed, One-horned Flyin' Purple People Eater
GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - One-eyed, One-horned Flyin' Purple People Eater. Page 19.

GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Passionately Pink for the Cure
GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Passionately Pink for the Cure. Page 8.

GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Forward
GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Forward. Page 17.

GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - North Coaster
GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - North Coaster. Page 7.

GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Cleveland Schools Rock
GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Cleveland Schools Rock. Page 9.

GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Steel Guitar
GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Steel Guitar. Page 13.

GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Time
GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Time. Page 16.

GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Rock n Roar
GuitarMania 2007 - Cleveland Ohio - Rock n Roar. Page 2.

In the Waves by Paul Gauguin
In the Waves by Paul Gauguin. Cleveland. Page 6.

Le Dejeuner sur L'Herbre by Max Ernst
Le Dejeuner sur L'Herbre by Max Ernst. Page 9.

Portrait of a Woman by Amedeo Modigliani
Portrait of a Woman by Amedeo Modigliani. Page 8.

Reading by Berthe Morisot
Reading by Berthe Morisot. Cleveland. Page 3.

The Brook by Paul Cezanne at the Cleveland Museum of Art
An image of The Brook by Paul Cezanne, a part of the Monet to Picasso exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Page 7.

Heroic Head of Pierre de Wiessant, One of the Burghers of Calais by Auguste Rodin
Heroic Head of Pierre de Wiessant, One of the Burghers of Calaisby Auguste Rodin. Page 4.

The Poplars of Saint-Remy by Vincent van Gogh
The Poplars of Saint-Remy by Vincent van Gogh. Page 5.

Romaine Lacaux by Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Romaine Lacaux by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

The Red Kerchief: Portrait of Mme. Monet by Claude Monet
The Red Kerchief: Portrait of Mme. Monet by Claude Monet. Page 2.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 8.

Grainstack, Sun in the Mist by Claude Monet
Grainstack, Sun in the Mist by Claude Monet. Page 5.

Pointe de la Heve at Low Tide by Claude Monet
Pointe de la Heve at Low Tide by Claude Monet. Page 3.

The Cliff, Etretat, Sunset by Claude Monet
Image of The Cliff, Etretat, Sunset by Claude Monet, part of Cleveland Museum of Art's

The Manneport by Claude Monet
Image of

Water Lilies by Claude Monet
Water Lilies by Claude Monet. Cleveland. Page 4.

Waves at the Manneporte by Claude Monet
Waves at the Manneporte by Claude Monet. Page 10.

Wheat Field by Claude Monet
image of Wheat Field by Claude Monet, a part of the Monet in Normandy exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Page 7.

Accommodations of Desire by Salvador Dali
Accommodations of Desire by Salvador Dali. Page 17.

The Blindman's Meal by Pablo Picasso
Image of

The Hunter by Joan Miro
The Hunter by Joan Miro. Cleveland. Page 19.

The Cliff Walk, Pourville by Claude Monet
Image of Claude Monet's

Low Tide at Pourville, near Dieppe by Claude Monet
Low Tide at Pourville, near Dieppe by Claude Monet. Page 2.

Monet in Normandy
A Preview of the

Aidez, L'Espagne by Joan Miro
Aidez, L'Espagne by Joan Miro. Cleveland. Page 5.

La Reve by Salvador Dali
An Image of Le Reve by Salvador Dali. Page 3.

La Vie by Pablo Picasso
La Vie by Pablo Picasso. Cleveland. Page 8.

Pel & Ploma by Ramon Casas
Pel & Ploma by Ramon Casas. Cleveland. Page 9.

BKF Chair by Austral Grupo
BKF Chair by Austral Grupo. Cleveland. Page 6.

Black and Red Series by Joan Miro
Image of Black and Red Series by Joan Miro, a part of the Barcelona exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Page 16.

Bull Skull, Fruit, Pitcher by Pablo Picasso
Image of

Palau Guell Screen by Alexandre de Riquer
Palau Guell Screen by Alexandre de Riquer. Page 13.

Portrait of E. C. Ricart by Joan Miro
Portrait of E. C. Ricart by Joan Miro. Page 10.

Large Vase by Antoni Serra
Large Vase by Antoni Serra. Cleveland. Page 11.

Sofa-Display Case by Gaspar Homar and Josep Pey
Sofa-Display Case by Gaspar Homar and Josep Pey. Page 14.

Soft Construction with Boiled Beans by Salvador Dali
Image of Soft Construction with Boiled Beans by Salvador Dali, a part of the

The Harem by Pablo Picasso
The Harem by Pablo Picasso. Cleveland. Page 15.

Two Gypsies by Isidre Nonell
Two Gypsies by Isidre Nonell. Cleveland. Page 12.

Double Screen from the Casa Mila by Anotoni Gaudi with Josep M. Jujol
Double Screen from the Casa Mila by Anotoni Gaudi with Josep M. Jujol. Page 2.

Grief by Josep Llimona
Grief by Josep Llimona. Cleveland.

Canadian Getaways from Cleveland
Canada, our neighbor to the north, is just a three-hour drive west of Cleveland and a four-hour drive east. In addition, several of the Lake Erie Islands belong to Canada. Learn more about Windsor, Niagara Falls, Toronto, and more.

Kentucky Getaways
Kentucky has riverboat gambling on the Ohio River, picturesque horse farms, and gracious Southern living. Find out more about getaways to this neighbor to the south.

Michigan Getaways
Michigan, just three hours away from Cleveland, offers excellent skiing, casino gambling, and rich history and culture. Learn more about all there is to do in Michigan.

Holiday Lights
See holiday light displays near Cleveland, from West Virginia's Oglebay Park to Niagara Falls.

Camping in and around Cleveland
Northeast Ohio's many parks and scenic vistas are ideal for camping. Learn more about camping sites and opportunities in and around Cleveland.

Cleveland Kids Health
Resources for shots, preventation, and minor kids' health issues.

cleveland blogs
Explore the many blogs about Cleveland -- the city, its culture, and its issues.

Finding Ohio Ancestors - Genealogy
Are you looking for relatives and ancestors that once lived in Cleveland or Northeast Ohio? Here are some tips on finding records and information about them.

Cleveland
Cleveland.

Great Lakes Brewery in Cleveland Ohio
The Great Lakes Brewery, located just west of downtown in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood, is Ohio's first microbrewery. Established in 1988, the historic six-building complex now includes a brewery, a brew pub, banquet facilities, and a gift shop.

About Toledo Ohio's Old West End Neighborhood
The Old West End is a historic neighborhood in Toledo, Ohio, located west of downtown that features 25 city blocks of late 19th century structures. The area includes many architectural styles such as Victorian, Edwardian, Arts & Crafts, Queen Ann, Georgian, French Second Empire, Colonial, Dutch Colonial, and Italian Renaissance.

All About the Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Northeast Ohio
Cuyahoga Valley National Park extends from just south of I-480 all the way to Akron, along the Cuyahoga River. The scenic area offers history, hiking, bicycling, winter sports, and all sorts of learning opportunities. What's more: it's free.

Slavic Village
Slavic Village is a Cleveland neighborhood, just south of downtown. Bounded by I-77 on the west, E 79th St. on the east, Broadway, and Harvard, the area was first settled in the mid-19th century by primarily Czech and Polish immigrants who came to the city to work in the woolen and steel mills nearby.Today, the area is filled with fun restaurants and food stores, new housing developments, and classic century homes.

Cleveland's Ohio City Neighborhood
Ohio City is one of Cleveland's oldest neighborhoods. Founded in 1818, it is roughly bounded by Lake Erie to the north, W 25th St. to the east, W 45th St. to the west, and Lorain Avenue to the south. The area, once an independent city and fierce competitor of Cleveland's, was annexed by the larger city in 1854. Today, the area is filled with historic homes, new construction, trendy restaurants, and eclectic shops and art galleries.

Living in Brecksville Ohio -- Profiles of Cleveland Suburbs
Brecksville Ohio, located about 20 miles south of downtown Cleveland, is an upscale suburb, filled with 19th century restored buildings and stylish new homes. The suburb abuts both the Cleveland Metropark system and the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

Seven Roses Deli
Along Fleet Avenue in Cleveland's Slavic Village, The Seven Roses is a gem of a store with interesting and delicious food and friendly service.

About Trader Joe's Food Market in NE Ohio
Trader Joe's, a California-based chain of food markets, has two Northeast Ohio locations -- one in Westlake and one in Eton Shopping Plaza in Woodmere. The market is known for its organic food selection, extensive and affordable wine department, and fun atmosphere.

Cleveland Ohio's Historic West Side Market
The West Side Market, at the edge of Ohio City in Cleveland, is a cultural and culinary gem. Opened in 1912, the market combines graceful Neo-Classical/Byzantine architecture with a vibrant produce and meat, poultry, and dairy market. Not only is the West Side Market an interesting and fun place to visit, it's a great place to find quality groceries at affordable prices.

Louis Bromfield: Mansfield Ohio's Favorite Son
Louis Bromfield, born in 1896, was a prolific author of 31 fiction and non-fictions works, including the 1927 Pulitzer Prize-winning

Thomas Edison and Northeast Ohio
Thomas Alva Edison, inventor of the incandescent light bulb, the first photograph, and over 1000 other inventions, was born right here in Northeast Ohio, in Milan, in north central part of the state. Although his family moved away from Ohio when he was seven years old, his influence can still be felt in the region.

Cleveland State University
Cleveland State University, located just east of downtown Cleveland, is a fully accredited state university, which offers 117 courses of undergraduate and graduate study. CSU is home to approximately 16,000 students, two-thirds of them undergraduate students. Founded in 1964, the 85-acre campus is a more culturally diverse and more affordable alternative to other area colleges, such as CWRU and John Carroll University.

Profile of the Cleveland Suburb of Solon Ohio
Solon, located 18 miles southeast of Cleveland, is one of the area's more affluent suburbs. The town of approximately 22,000 residents is home to Nestle's US operations and is noted for its excellent school system.

James A Garfield Monument in Cleveland Ohio's Lakeview Cemetery
James A. Garfield, the 20th President of the United States, was an Ohio native. Born in what is now Moreland Hills, he attended what became Hiram College and lived in Mentor before moving to Washington and the House of Representatives and ultimately the White House. He was assassinated and died just six months after taking office. His castle-like tomb is located in Cleveland's Lake View Cemetery.

Visiting the Akron Police Museum
The Akron Police Museum is an interesting place for children and adults alike, focusing on the history of the Akron Ohio Police Department with exhibits that go back to the 19th century. Admission to the museum is free and displays include 100 year-old photos, confiscated weapons, police equipment, uniforms, a 1965 Harley-Davidson police motorcycle, and so much more.

Barberton Ohio -- Profile of Barberton Ohio
Barberton, Ohio--known as the Magic City--is home to 27,899 residents. The layout of the city was purposely designed with the beautiful 10-acre Lake Anna Park at the center and industrial and residential districts beyond. Barberton residents enjoy many recreational parks and facilities, strategic Magic City layout, low crime, and famous Barberton fried chicken.

Profile of Seiberling Nature Realm in Akron Ohio
The F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm is 104 acres of nature to study and enjoy. Located within the Sand Run Metro Parks, it features a visitors' center, hiking trails, three ponds, gardens, and an array of special programs throughout the year.

Cleveland December Events -- What to Do in December in Cleveland Ohio
what to do in cleveland ohio during the month of December. Page 2.

Chateau Louise - Review of Chateau Louise Restaurant in Luna Pier Michigan
Entering Chateau Louise in Luna Pier, Michigan, just 6 miles outside of Toledo, for the first time came as a bit of a surprise. The food comes highly recommended, but the atmosphere is lacking. Once you get passed the ripped leather chairs and crowded dining room, however, the service is very friendly and the food homemade and fresh.

Famous Cincinnati Residents Past and Present
Cincinnati Ohio has been the home and birthplace of many a famous person, from politicians to singers to authors and actors. Here are just a few of the Queen City's favorite sons and daughters.

Akron Ohio Area Zip Codes - What is Akron's Zip Code?
The Akron area is made up of scores of communities, each with its own zip code and post office. Find Akron and Summit County zip codes in this comprehensive list.

Cleveland Christmas and Holiday Craft Shows
Cleveland and Northeast Ohio abounds in holiday craft fairs and special shopping days. Read about the best of these Christmas shopping opportunities.

More Cleveland Craft Fairs
Cleveland and Northeast Ohio abounds in holiday craft fairs and special shopping days. Read about the best of these Christmas shopping opportunities. Page 2.

More Cleveland Christmas Craft Fairs
Cleveland and Northeast Ohio abounds in holiday craft fairs and special shopping days. Read about the best of these Christmas shopping opportunities. Page 3.

Three Birds Restaurant - Lakewood Ohio
Three Birds in Lakewood offers consistently good food, good service, and a spacious and relaxing patio for summer dining.

Hibachi Japan Steak House - Akron Ohio - Hibachi Japanese Restaurant
Hibachi Japan Steak House, in Akron Ohio, is an authentically decorated Japanese steakhouse with delicious food and moderate prices. It has been under the same ownership more than years and has had a full Sushi Bar for the past 16 years, the oldest in Summit County. It's a business model that works.

A Review of the Cheesecake Factory Restuarant in Lyndhurst Ohio
The Cheescake Factory, with two Cleveland locations, offers affordable food in a soothing, relaxing setting. Their menu is huge, but satisfying and their cheescake is legendary.

More Cleveland Halloween Events
Cleveland has lots of fun and scary things to do on Halloween. Take a look at this list of haunted happenings. Page 2.

Cleveland November Events -- What to Do in Cleveland Ohio During November
What to do in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio during the month of November. Page 2.

More November Events
Cleveland. Page 3.

About the Summit County Ohio Metroparks
The Summit County MetroParks, established in 1921, includes 9,000 acres within the 13 parks and 6 conservation areas, including over 120 miles of trails. Learn more about them here.

Cleveland Museum of Natural History at Holiday Time
Cleveland. Page 8.

Christmas at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Even the dinosaurs get festive during the holidays at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History at University Circle. Page 17.

Cleveland Play House - Festival of Trees
Cleveland. Page 20.

First Night Akron Ohio
First Night Akron Ohio. Cleveland. Page 14.

Holiday Lights at Blossom Music Center
Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls, between Cleveland and Akron, transforms into a holiday wonderland with thousands of light displays scattered around the grounds. Begun in 2006, this event is already a regional favorite. Page 16.

Holiday Tree at the National City Bank Building
The lobbies of Cleveland's downtown office buildings are filled with surprising and elegant holiday displays. Pictured here is the huge holiday tree in the National City Bank Building, at E. 9th St. and Euclid Ave. Page 19.

The Nutcracker Ballet in Cleveland Ohio
Though Cleveland no longer has a ballet company, former Cleveland Ballet director, Dennis Nahat, brings his San Jose Ballet Company to Cleveland each season to share this classic ballet with Northeast Ohio. Page 18.

Old Stone Church in Cleveland with Christmas lights
Old Stone Church in Cleveland with Christmas lights. Page 22.

Stan Hywet Hall at Christmas
Stan Hywet Hall at Christmas. Cleveland. Page 11.

Stan Hywet Hall at Christmas
Stan Hywet Hall at Christmas. Cleveland. Page 12.

Summit Choral at First Night Akron
Summit Choral - First Night Akron. Page 13.

Cleveland Museum of Art Winter Lights Lantern Festival
Cleveland. Page 9.

Zoar Village at Christmas
Cleveland. Page 15.

Western Reserve Historical Society at Christmas
Western Reserve Historical Society at Christmas. Page 21.

A Cleveland Christmas in Pictures
See Cleveland, Ohio all adorned for the holidays with this series of 14 festive photos.

A Cleveland Christmas in Pictures
See Cleveland, Ohio all adorned for the holidays with this series of 14 festive photos.

Cleveland's West Side Market at Christmas
Cleveland. Page 23.

Smolen-gulf Bridge in Ashtabula County Ohio
Ashtabula County has sixteen excellent examples of 18th and early 19th century covered bridges in a variety of constructions. All can be viewed by driving along the county's charming country roads. Here are nine of the best examples. Page 10.

Riverdale Bridge in Ashtabula County Ohio
Ashtabula County has sixteen excellent examples of 18th and early 19th century covered bridges in a variety of constructions. All can be viewed by driving along the county's charming country roads. Here are nine of the best examples. Page 7.

Mechanicsville Road Bridge in Ashtabula County Ohio
Ashtabula County has sixteen excellent examples of 18th and early 19th century covered bridges in a variety of constructions. All can be viewed by driving along the county's charming country roads. Here are nine of the best examples. Page 8.

Graham Road Bridge in Ashtabula County Ohio
Ashtabula County has sixteen excellent examples of 18th and early 19th century covered bridges in a variety of constructions. All can be viewed by driving along the county's charming country roads. Here are nine of the best examples. Page 9.

The Covered Bridges of Ashtabula County Ohio
Ashtabula County has sixteen excellent examples of 18th and early 19th century covered bridges in a variety of constructions. All can be viewed by driving along the county's charming country roads. Here are nine of the best examples.

Netcher Road Bridge in Ashtabula County Ohio
The first bridge on our covered bridge tour -- the Netcher Road Bridge -- is also the newest. The bridge, built in 1999, follows traditional inverted Haupt truss construction in a Neo-Victorian design. The Netcher Road Bridge spans Mill Creek in Jefferson Township, 2.7 miles from the town of Jefferson. It is 110 feet long, 22 feet wide, and 14 1/2 feet high. Page 2.

South Denmark Road Bridge in Ashtabula County Ohio
The South Denmark Road Bridge, built in 1890, spans Mill Creek. The 81-foot bridge is an example of Town Lattice construction. The bridge was bypassed for auto traffic in 1975, but remains easily accessible on foot. The South Denmark Road Bridge is 2.7 miles from the Netcher Road Bridge. Page 3.

State Route Bridge in Ashtabula County Ohio
The State Route Bridge, completed in 1983, is one of the newer covered bridges in Ashtabula County. It's dedication marked the beginning of the first annual Ashtabula County Covered Bridge Festival, now held each October. The 152-foot bridge, which crosses Conneaut Creek, contained 97,000 feet of southern pine and oak and is constructed in the Town Lattice method. The bridge is open to auto and pedestrian traffic. Page 4.

Creek Road Bridge in Ashtabula County Ohio
The Creek Road Bridge, restored in 1994, sits 25 feet over Conneaut Creek. The charming 125-foot long bridge is an excellent example of Town Lattice construction. The Creek Road Bridge is open to auto and pedestrian traffic. Page 5.

Harpersfield Bridge in Ashtabula County Ohio
The Harpersfield Bridge, at 228 feet, is the longest covered bridge in Ohio. Constructed in 1868, it spans the Grand River in western Ashtabula County and is an example of Howe Truss construction. The bridge, which is open to traffic, was restored in 1992. Page 6.

A Walk Down Larchmere Boulevard
Located one block north of Shaker Square on Cleveland's east side, Larchmere Boulevard is home to a fascinating mix of antique stores, bookstores, stores selling handcrafted items, and eclectic eateries. Join me for a walking tour of this fun three-block area.

Sylvia Ullman American Crafts Gallery
The American Craft Gallery, located on Cleveland's Larchmere Boulevard, houses a wonderful collection of handmade textiles and jewelry, hand-blown glass, wooden furniture, metalworks, and pottery in all price ranges. You never know what you'll find there, but it's the wares here are always of the highest quality and often things you've seen no where else. Page 2.

Academy Tavern
Located one block north of Shaker Square on Cleveland's east side, Larchmere Boulevard is home to a fascinating mix of antique stores, bookstores, stores selling handcrafted items, and eclectic eateries. Join me for a walking tour of this fun three-block area. Page 3.

Boulevard Blue Restaurant
Located one block north of Shaker Square on Cleveland's east side, Larchmere Boulevard is home to a fascinating mix of antique stores, bookstores, stores selling handcrafted items, and eclectic eateries. Join me for a walking tour of this fun three-block area. Page 4.

Fine Points
Located one block north of Shaker Square on Cleveland's east side, Larchmere Boulevard is home to a fascinating mix of antique stores, bookstores, stores selling handcrafted items, and eclectic eateries. Join me for a walking tour of this fun three-block area. Page 5.

Larchmere Court
Located one block north of Shaker Square on Cleveland's east side, Larchmere Boulevard is home to a fascinating mix of antique stores, bookstores, stores selling handcrafted items, and eclectic eateries. Join me for a walking tour of this fun three-block area. Page 6.

Loganberry Books
Located one block north of Shaker Square on Cleveland's east side, Larchmere Boulevard is home to a fascinating mix of antique stores, bookstores, stores selling handcrafted items, and eclectic eateries. Join me for a walking tour of this fun three-block area. Page 7.

Larchmere Tavern
Located one block north of Shaker Square on Cleveland's east side, Larchmere Boulevard is home to a fascinating mix of antique stores, bookstores, stores selling handcrafted items, and eclectic eateries. Join me for a walking tour of this fun three-block area. Page 8.

A Walk Down Larchmere Boulevard
Located one block north of Shaker Square on Cleveland's east side, Larchmere Boulevard is home to a fascinating mix of antique stores, bookstores, stores selling handcrafted items, and eclectic eateries. Join me for a walking tour of this fun three-block area. Page 9.

Ohio and Cleveland Maps
Get driving distances, discover a nice getaway, and learn more about Northeast Ohio and the Cleveland area in this series of maps.

Medina County Map
Get driving distances, discover a nice getaway, and learn more about Northeast Ohio and the Cleveland area in this series of maps. Page 10.

Greater Cleveland Map
Get driving distances, discover a nice getaway, and learn more about Northeast Ohio and the Cleveland area in this series of maps. Page 2.

Canton Map
Get driving distances, discover a nice getaway, and learn more about Northeast Ohio and the Cleveland area in this series of maps. Page 4.

Lorain County Map
Get driving distances, discover a nice getaway, and learn more about Northeast Ohio and the Cleveland area in this series of maps. Page 5.

Ashtabula County Map
Get driving distances, discover a nice getaway, and learn more about Northeast Ohio and the Cleveland area in this series of maps. Page 6.

Lake County Map
Get driving distances, discover a nice getaway, and learn more about Northeast Ohio and the Cleveland area in this series of maps. Page 7.

Geauga County Map
Get driving distances, discover a nice getaway, and learn more about Northeast Ohio and the Cleveland area in this series of maps. Page 8.

Holmes County Map
Get driving distances, discover a nice getaway, and learn more about Northeast Ohio and the Cleveland area in this series of maps. Page 9.

Haunted Cleveland Ohio -- Haunted Sites in Greater Cleveland
cleveland has a wealth of sites that are purported to be haunted. Learn more about some of them here.

Akron Civic Theater
cleveland has a wealth of sites that are purported to be haunted. Learn more about some of them. Page 10.

Grays Armory in Cleveland Ohio
Grays Armory is a huge sandstone castle, built in 1893 as the

Franklin Castle in Cleveland's Ohio City
Franklin Castle, located in Ohio City at 43rd and Franklin, is one of the most fascinating and most haunted houses in Cleveland. The four-story sandstone Gothic structure was built in the late 1880s by grocer and banking executive, Hannes Tiedemann. The house featured thirty rooms, including a ballroom that encompassed the entire third floor. Page 3.

Squire's Castle in the Cleveland Metroparks
Squire's Castle, located in Willoughby Hills in the Cleveland Metroparks, was built in the 1890s by Feargus B. Squire, an executive with the Standard Oil Company. The British-born Squire intended to create a country estate, modeled after those in Britain. He began by building the gatehouse, complete with a living room, several bedrooms, and a hunt room with mounted animal heads. The Squires used the gatehouse as a weekend retreat while plans were being finalized for the main house. Page 4.

Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland Ohio
cleveland has a wealth of sites that are purported to be haunted. Learn more about some of them. Page 5.

Ohio State Reformatory at Mansfield
cleveland has a wealth of sites that are purported to be haunted. Learn more about some of them. Page 6.

Haunted Rider's Inn in Painesville Ohio
cleveland has a wealth of sites that are purported to be haunted. Learn more about some of them. Page 7.

Cleveland's Haunted Erie Street Cemetery
Erie Street Cemetery, founded in 1826, is Cleveland's second oldest cemetery. The 8.9-acre cemetery contains the remains of over 17,000 Clevelanders, including four Cleveland mayors and some of the city's earliest settlers, such as Lorenzo Carter and his family. Located on today's E. Ninth Street, within walking distance of Jacob's Field, Erie Street Cemetery's most controversial residents are two Native Americans: Joc-O-Sot and Chief Thunderwater. Page 8.

Lake Erie's Haunted Old Fairport Harbor Lighthouse
cleveland has a wealth of sites that are purported to be haunted. Learn more about some of them. Page 9.

Cleveland Ohio Restaurants -- Where to eat in Cleveland Ohio
Cleveland Ohio was settled by a mixture of ethnic groups and their influence is felt most richly in the city's many interesting -- and delicious -- restaurants. Page 3.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 3.

Cleveland Ohio Gay and Lesbian Bars
Cleveland has a number of gay and lesbian bars, ranging from dance clubs to those with karoke nights to leather bars. Here's a look at some of the most popular.

Profile of Cleveland's Legacy Village
Legacy Village is a shopping, dining, and entertainment complex, located east of Cleveland in Lyndhurst, Ohio. The upscale, outdoor mall, opened in 2003 combines a variety of interesting restaurants with popular home furnishing, clothing, and housewares retailers. The result is aesthetically pleasing and fun.

Akron Map
Get driving distances, discover a nice getaway, and learn more about Northeast Ohio and the Cleveland area in this series of maps. Page 3.

Cleveland Neighborhoods - Little Italy
Cleveland's Little Italy neighborhood is one of the city's most interesting enclaves. The area, located just south of University Circle is home to many restaurants and art galleries, not to mention the annual Feast of the Assumption. Page 3.

Cleveland Shopping -- Cleveland Ohio Shopping
Clevelanders love to shop and the city and its suburbs offer a myriad of shopping malls, antique districts, and outlet stores for residents and visitors alike. Page 4.

Photograph of Georgia O'Keeffe by Alfred Stieglitz
Georgia O'Keeffe by Alfred Stieglitz, a part of the Cleveland Museum of Art's

Profile of Cleveland's Galleria at Erieview Shopping Plaza
The Galleria at Erieview in downtown Cleveland is a light-filled shopping arcade, with two stories of shops, services, and restaurants -- even a museum. The Galleria is within walking distance to Cleveland Attractions, such as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Great Lakes Science Center.

Profile of the Cleveland Suburb of Parma Ohio
Parma Ohio, the largest of Cleveland's suburbs, is home to over 80,000 residents. The city, founded in 1816, sits south of Cleveland, surrounding by Seven Hills, Independence, Broadview Heights, North Royalton, Parma Heights, and Brookpark.

Profile of the Cleveland Suburb of Strongsville Ohio
Strongsville, located south of Cleveland at the intersection of the Ohio Turnpike and I-71, is one of the the city's fastest growing suburbs. The town is known for its popular SouthPark shopping mall, the Mill Creek Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks, and its picturesque town square.

Lake Erie Catfish
Lake Erie Catfish, also known as Channel Catfish and Spotted Catfish, are an Ohio native. This tolerant species thrives in all kinds of conditions, but prefers deep, still waters. Lake Erie Catfish average 12

Aaron Laffey of the Cleveland Indians
Aaron Laffey of the Cleveland Indians. Page 9.

Anthony Reyes of the Cleveland Indians
Anthony Reyes of the Cleveland Indians. Page 22.

Ben Francisco of the Cleveland Indians
Ben Francisco of the Cleveland Indians. Page 17.

David Delucci of the Cleveland Indians
David Delucci of the Cleveland Indians. Page 14.

Edward Mujica of the Cleveland Indians
Edward Mujica of the Cleveland Indians. Page 12.

Fausto Carmona
Cleveland Indians pitcher, Fausto Carmona. Page 6.

Grady Sizemore of the Cleveland Indians
Grady Sizemore of the Cleveland Indians. Page 29.

Jake Westbrook of the Cleveland Indians
Jake Westbrook of the Cleveland Indians. Page 30.

Jhonny Peralta, Cleveland Indians
Jhonny Peralta, Cleveland Indians. Page 26.

John Meloan of the Cleveland Indians
John Meloan of the Cleveland Indians. Page 11.

Rafael Perez, Cleveland Indians
Rafael Perez, Cleveland Indians. Page 27.

Rich Rundles of the Cleveland Indians
Rich Rundles of the Cleveland Indians. Page 23.

Scott Lewis of the Cleveland Indians
Scott Lewis of the Cleveland Indians. Page 10.

Shin-Soo Choo of the Cleveland Indians
Shin-Soo Choo of the Cleveland Indians. Page 13.

Zach Jackson of the Cleveland Indians
Jach Jackson of the Cleveland Indians. Page 7.

Brandon McDonald of the Cleveland Browns
Brandon McDonald of the Cleveland Browns. Page 23.

Charles Ali of the Cleveland Browns
Charles Ali of the Cleveland Browns. Page 2.

Dave Zastudil, Cleveland Browns
Dave Zastudil, Cleveland Browns. Page 36.

Eric Steinbach, Cleveland Browns
Eric Steinbach, Cleveland Browns. Page 31.

Gerard Lawson of the Cleveland Browns
Gerard Lawson of the Cleveland Browns. Page 17.

Joe Thomas, Cleveland Browns
Joe Thomas, Cleveland Browns. Page 32.

Joshua Cribbs
Joshua Cribbs. Cleveland. Page 5.

Kamerion Wimbley, Cleveland Browns
Kamerion Wimbley, Cleveland Browns. Page 34.

Ken Dorsey of the Cleveland Browns
Ken Dorsey of the Cleveland Browns. Page 9.

Louis Leonard of the Cleveland Browns
Louis Leonard of the Cleveland Browns. Page 19.

Rex Hadnot of the Cleveland Browns
Rex Hadnot of the Cleveland Browns. Page 12.

Steve Heiden of the Cleveland Browns
Steve Heiden of the Cleveland Browns. Page 16.

Terry Cousin of the Cleveland Browns
Terry Cousin of the Cleveland Browns. Page 4.

Eric Wedge, Manager, Cleveland Indians
Eric Wedge, Manager, Cleveland Indians. Page 31.

Rafael Betancourt, Cleveland Indians
Rafael Betancourt, Cleveland Indians. Page 2.

Andra Davis, Cleveland Browns
Andra Davis, Cleveland Browns. Page 6.

Antwan Peek, Cleveland Browns
Antwan Peek, Cleveland Browns. Page 25.

D'Qwell Jackson, Cleveland Browns
D'Qwell Jackson, Cleveland Browns. Page 18.

Hank Fraley, Cleveland Browns
Hank Fraley, Cleveland Browns. Page 14.

Phil Dawson, Cleveland Browns
Phil Dawson, Cleveland Browns. Page 10.

Robaire Smith, Cleveland Browns
Robaire Smith, Cleveland Browns. Page 29.

Sean Jones, Cleveland Browns
Sean Jones, Cleveland Browns. Page 20.

Daniel Green of the Cleveland Cavaliers
Daniel Green of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Page 8.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 3.

Jawad Williams of the Cleveland Cavaliers
Stats on Jawad Williams of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Page 5.

Mo Williams of the Cleveland Cavaliers
Stats on Mo Williams of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Page 6.

shaquille o'neal of the Cleveland Cavaliers
Shaquille O'Neal of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Page 9.

Little Bug at Cleveland's Boo at the Zoo
Cleveland. Page 10.

Dragons at Cleveland's Boo at the Zoo
Cleveland. Page 7.

Pirate at Cleveland's Boo at the Zoo
Cleveland. Page 12.

Little Pumpkins at Cleveland's Boo at the Zoo
Cleveland. Page 11.

A Bee at Cleveland's Boo at the Zoo
Cleveland. Page 9.

Characters at Boo at the Cleveland Zoo
Boo at the Cleveland Zoo features a host of costumed characters. Page 5.

Clown at Cleveland's Boo at the Zoo
Boo at the Cleveland Zoo features animal events, street performers and, of course, treats. Page 6.

Decorations at Cleveland's Boo at the Zoo
Boo at the Cleveland Zoo is a favorite Halloween event for kids of all ages. Page 3.

Costumes at Cleveland's Boo at the Zoo
Costumes are encouraged at Cleveland's annual Boo at the Zoo. Page 2.

Panda at Cleveland's Boo at the Zoo
Cleveland. Page 8.

Anderson Varejao, Cleveland Cavaliers
team portrait of anderson varejao of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Page 4.

Anthony Parker of the Cleveland Cavaliers
Anthony Parker of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Page 10.

Daniel Gibson, Cleveland Cavaliers
Team portrait of Daniel Gibson of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Page 2.

Mike Brown, Head Coach, Cleveland Cavaliers
Mike Brown, Head Coach, Cleveland Cavaliers. Page 7.

Leon Powe of the Cleveland Cavaliers
Leon Powe of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Page 11.

Jamario Moon of the Cleveland Cavaliers
Jamario Moon of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Page 12.

Antawn Jamison of the Cleveland Cavaliers
Antawn Jamison of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Page 13.

Cleveland Neighborhoods - University Circle
Cleveland. Page 6.

Peninsula Ohio - History
Peninsula, located about a 45-minute drive south from downtown Cleveland, is one of my favorite Northeast Ohio communities. The village is located at the center of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and residents and visitors both enjoy the scenic town with its downtown historic district. Page 2.

Peninsula Ohio - Demographics
Peninsula, located about a 45-minute drive south from downtown Cleveland, is one of my favorite Northeast Ohio communities. The village is located at the center of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and residents and visitors both enjoy the scenic town with its downtown historic district. Page 3.

Peninsula Ohio - Restaurants
Peninsula, located about a 45-minute drive south from downtown Cleveland, is one of my favorite Northeast Ohio communities. The village is located at the center of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and residents and visitors both enjoy the scenic town with its downtown historic district. Page 4.

Peninsula Ohio - Shopping
Peninsula, located about a 45-minute drive south from downtown Cleveland, is one of my favorite Northeast Ohio communities. The village is located at the center of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and residents and visitors both enjoy the scenic town with its downtown historic district. Page 5.

Peninsula Education
Peninsula, located about a 45-minute drive south from downtown Cleveland, is one of my favorite Northeast Ohio communities. The village is located at the center of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and residents and visitors both enjoy the scenic town with its downtown historic district. Page 6.

Parks in Peninsula Ohio
Peninsula, located about a 45-minute drive south from downtown Cleveland, is one of my favorite Northeast Ohio communities. The village is located at the center of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and residents and visitors both enjoy the scenic town with its downtown historic district. Page 7.

Events in Peninsula Ohio
Peninsula, located about a 45-minute drive south from downtown Cleveland, is one of my favorite Northeast Ohio communities. The village is located at the center of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and residents and visitors both enjoy the scenic town with its downtown historic district. Page 8.

Cleveland Wine Stores
Sure, the grocery stores sell wine, but if you want suggestions and a larger selection, head for one of Cleveland Ohio's best wine stores. Here are our picks: (in alphabetical order)

Easter Activities in Akron
Easter is a hopping good time in Akron Ohio, with many opportunities to meet the Easter Bunny, go on an egg hunt and feast this holiday season. Below is a selection of activities and events that your family can enjoy.

Melissa Etheridge at the Ohio State Fair - 2008
Melissa Etheridge at the Ohio State Fair - 2008. Page 5.

Midway at the Ohio State Fair
Midway at the Ohio State Fair. Cleveland. Page 8.

Skill Games at WGC-Bridgestone Invitational
Skill Games at WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Page 10.

Grandstands at the 18th Green during the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational Practice Round
Grandstands at the 18th Green during the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational Practice Round. Page 9.

Carl E Walz
Carl E. Walz. Cleveland. Page 22.

Charles A Bassett II
Charles A Bassett II. Cleveland. Page 2.

David Low
David Low. Cleveland. Page 15.

Donald Thomas
Donald Thomas. Cleveland. Page 21.

Donn Eisele
Donn Eisele. Cleveland. Page 5.

Gregory Harbaugh
Gregory Harbaugh. Cleveland. Page 10.

James Lovell
James Lovell. Cleveland. Page 14.

John Glenn
John Glenn. Cleveland. Page 8.

Judith Resnik
Judith Resnik. Cleveland. Page 18.

Karl Henize
Karl Henize. Cleveland. Page 11.

Kenneth Cameron
Kenneth Cameron. Cleveland. Page 3.

Mary Weber
Mary Weber. Cleveland. Page 23.

Michael Foreman
Michael Foreman. Cleveland. Page 6.

Michael Gernhardt
Michael Gernhardt. Cleveland. Page 7.

Michael Good
Michael Good. Cleveland. Page 9.

Nancy Currie
Nancy Currie. Cleveland. Page 4.

US Astronaut Neil Armstrong
Neil Armstrong. Cleveland.

Robert Overmyer
Robert Overmyer. Cleveland. Page 16.

Robert Springer
Robert Springer. Cleveland. Page 20.

Ronald Parise Ph.D.
Ronald Parise Ph.D. Cleveland. Page 17.

Ronald Sega
Ronald Sega. Cleveland. Page 19.

Sunita Williams
Sunita Williams. Cleveland. Page 24.

Terence Henricks
Terence Henricks. Cleveland. Page 13.

Thomas Hennen
Thomas Hennen. Cleveland. Page 12.

KJ Choi at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational Practice Round
KJ Choi at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational Practice Round. Page 6.

Padraig Harrington at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational
Padraig Harrington at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Page 5.

Phil Mickelson during the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational Practice Round
Phil Mickelson during the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational Practice Round. Page 7.

Rory Sabatini and Son at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational
Rory Sabatini and Son at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Page 2.

Concessions at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational
Concessions at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational Page 8.

Adam Dunn of the Cincinnati Reds
Adam Dunn of the Cincinnati Reds. Page 9.

Corey Patterson of the Cincinnati Reds
Corey Patterson of the Cincinnati Reds. Page 20.

Ken Griffey of the Cincinnati Reds
Ken Griffey of the Cincinnati Reds. Page 12.

Edwin Encarnacion of the Cincinnati Reds
Edwin Encarnacion of the Cincinnati Reds. Page 10.

Francisco Codero of the Cincinnati Reds
Francisco Codero of the Cincinnati Reds. Page 7.

Javier Valentin of the Cincinnati Reds
Javier Valentin of the Cincinnati Reds. Page 21.

Jeff Keppinger of the Cincinnati Reds
Jeff Keppinger of the Cincinnati Reds. Page 16.

Josh Fogg of the Cincinnati Reds
Josh Fogg of the Cincinnati Reds. Page 11.

Juan Castro of the Cincinnati Reds
Juan Castro of the Cincinnati Reds. Page 6.

Kent Mercker of the Cincinnati Reds
Kent Mercker of the Cincinnati Reds. Page 18.

Paul Bako of the Cincinnati Reds
Paul Bako of the Cincinnati Reds. Page 4.

Todd Coffey of the Cincinnati Reds
Todd Coffey of the Cincinnati Reds. Page 8.

Jeremy Affeldt of the Cincinnati Reds
Jeremy Affeldt of the Cincinnati Reds. Page 2.

Cleveland Ingenuity Fest - Costumes
Cleveland Ingenuity Fest - Costumes. Page 12.

Cleveland Ingenuity Fest - Dancing
Cleveland Ingenuity Fest - Dancing. Page 3.

Cleveland Ingenuity Fest - Galleries
Cleveland Ingenuity Fest - Galleries. Page 5.

Cleveland Ingenuity Fest - Martial Arts
Cleveland Ingenuity Fest - Martial Arts. Page 6.

Cleveland Ingenuity Fest - On Stage
Cleveland Ingenuity Fest - On Stage. Page 2.

Cleveland Ingenuity Fest - at Public Square
Cleveland Ingenuity Fest - at Public Square. Page 9.

Cleveland Ingenuity Fest - Robot
Cleveland Ingenuity Fest - Robot. Page 10.

Hanna Theater Interior
The new Hanna Theater experience finds its inspiration in the idea of classic hom design's

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 7.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 9.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 6.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 2.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 3.

Little Italy Heritage Museum
Little Italy Heritage Museum. Cleveland. Page 5.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 10.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 11.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 4.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 8.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 12.

Aquacade at the 1936 Great Lakes Exposition in Cleveland
Aquacade at the 1936 Great Lakes Exposition in Cleveland. Page 11.

Opening Day Crowd at Cleveland's Great Lakes Exposition on June 27, 1936
Opening Day Crowd at Cleveland's Great Lakes Exposition on June 27, 1936. Page 10.

Horiculture Building at the 1936 Cleveland Great Lakes Exposition
Horiculture Building at the 1936 Cleveland Great Lakes Exposition. Page 12.

Advertisement for the Cleveland Great Lakes Exposition in 1936
Advertisement for the Cleveland Great Lakes Exposition in 1936. Page 5.

The Great Lakes Exposition of 1936 in Cleveland Ohio from Lake Erie
The Great Lakes Exposition of 1936 in Cleveland Ohio from Lake Erie. Page 2.

Eddie Cantor at the Great Lakes Exposition in Cleveland in 1936
Eddie Cantor at the Great Lakes Exposition in Cleveland in 1936. Page 4.

Interior of the Florida Manor House at Cleveland's Great Lakes Exposition in 1936
Interior of the Florida Manor House at Cleveland's Great Lakes Exposition in 1936. Page 6.

Cleveland
Make your garden the envy of the block with ideas generated by Northern Ohio's finest landscapers at the 65th annual National City Home & Garden Show, February 2-10, 2008 at the I-X Center in Cleveland, OH. Page 3.

Cleveland
Lee Snijders, host and designer of HGTV's highest-rated reality design show Design on a Dime, will host an

National City Home and Garden Show - Cleveland Ohio
The National City Home and Garden Show, held each February at Cleveland's I-X Center, is the largest such show in North America. The nine-day event features celebrity gardens, gardening demonstrations, dozens of gardening and home improvement vendors, home models, and food and drink. The 2008's theme is

Fish of Lake Erie - Black Crappie
Black Crappie, native to western Lake Erie as well as other Ohio streams and rivers, prefer clear water with little vegetation. Page 6.

Fish of Lake Erie - Bluegill
Bluegill, also known as Bream, enhabit virtually all lake, rivers, and streams in Ohio. These fish are typicall around 6

Fishing on Lake Erie
Lake Erie, the shallowest of the Great Lakes and the smallest by volume, makes most of the northern boundary of Ohio, including Cleveland. The lake is 241 miles long and touches Michigan, Pennsylvania, and New York as well as Ontario Canada. Lake Erie has an average depth of just 62'. Page 5.

Lake Erie Walleye
Walleye, a medium-sized freshwater fish, is plentiful in the Great Lakes and the rivers and streams that flow from and into the Lakes. In Ohio, the fish is a springtime fishing favorite, particularly in the Maumee River near Toledo and in the Canadian waters of Lake Erie. Page 9.

Fish of Lake Erie - Northern Pike
The Northern Pike is a long, slender fish, native to Ohio. It is found primarily in the Lake Erie waters surrounding Sandusky and Maumee Bays. These fish prefer marshes and bays and average around 20

Fish of Lake Erie - White Bass
The White Bass, also called the Silver Bass, is distinguished by its silver color and white belly. This fish is typically around 10

Fish of Lake Erie - White Perch
Though not native to Ohio waters, white perch have become established in Lake Erie and the rest of the lower Great Lakes. These small fish average 7

Cleveland Botanical Garden Gingerbread House Competition
Cleveland Botanical Garden Gingerbread House Competition. Page 11.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 9.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 7.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 4.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 6.

Cleveland Botanical Garden Gingerbread House Competition
Cleveland Botanical Garden Gingerbread House Competition. Page 6.

Cleveland Botanical Garden Gingerbread House Competition
Cleveland Botanical Garden Gingerbread House Competition. Page 8.

Cleveland Botanical Garden Gingerbread House Competition
Cleveland Botanical Garden Gingerbread House Competition. Page 3.

Cleveland Botanical Garden
Cleveland Botanical Garden. Page 5.

Cleveland Botanical Garden Gingerbread House Competition - Gingerbread Church
Cleveland Botanical Garden Gingerbread House Competition. Page 2.

The Bathing Place by Paul Gauguin
The Bathing Place by Paul Gauguin. Page 9.

Young Christian Girl by Paul Gauguin
Young Christian Girl by Paul Gauguin. Page 6.

Female Figure - Luluwa
Photo of a Female Figure from the Luluwa culture at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Page 2.

Male Figure - Chokwe
photo of a Male Figure from the Chokwe culture at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Page 3.

Male Figure - Songye
Photo of male figural sculpture from the Songye culture at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Page 4.

Corsage Ornament by Maison Vever
Corsage Ornament by Maison Vever. Page 23.

Group of Miniature Faberge Flowers
Group of Miniature Faberge Flowers. Page 24.

Group of Favrile Vases by Tiffany Studios
Group of Favrile Vases by Tiffany Studios. Page 25.

Breton Eve by Paul Gauguin
Breton Eve by Paul Gauguin. Cleveland. Page 5.

Breton Girls Dancing, Pont-Aven, 1888 by Paul Gauguin
Breton Girls Dancing, Pont-Aven, 1888 by Paul Gauguin. Page 2.

Volpini Suite: Joys of Brittany by Paul Gauguin
Volpini Suite: Joys of Brittany by Paul Gauguin. Page 4.

Autumn Leaf Globe Lamp by Tiffany Studios
Autumn Leaf Globe Lamp by Tiffany Studios. Page 22.

Cattleya Orchid Hair Ornament by Rene Lalique
Cattleya Orchid Hair Ornament by Rene Lalique. Page 21.

Diamond Butterfly Brooch
Diamond Butterfly Brooch. Cleveland. Page 7.

Dog Collar Necklace by Tiffany and Co.
Dog Collar Necklace by Tiffany and Co. Page 14.

House of Faberge Lilies of the Valley Basket
House of Faberge Lilies of the Valley Basket. Page 8.

House of Faberge Necklace
House of Faberge Necklace. Cleveland. Page 5.

Imperial Pansy Egg by House of Faberge
Imperial Pansy Egg by House of Faberge. Page 20.

Iris Brooch by Tiffany and Co.
Iris Brooch by Tiffany and Co. Cleveland. Page 13.

Magnolia Window by Tiffany Studios
Magnolia Window by Tiffany Studios. Page 17.

Gorham Martele Dressing Table and Stool
Gorham Martele Dressing Table and Stool. Page 10.

Necklace with Insect Women and Black Swan by Lalique
Necklace with Insect Women and Black Swan by Lalique. Page 11.

Pendant with Serpent Motif by Rene Lalique
Pendant with Serpent Motif by Rene Lalique. Page 16.

Poppy Necklace by Rene Lalique
Poppy Necklace by Rene Lalique. Cleveland. Page 18.

Snowflake Brooch by House of Faberge
Snowflake Brooch by House of Faberge. Page 19.

The Adam's Vase by Tiffany and Co.
The Adam's Vase by Tiffany and Co. Page 12.

The Wade Necklace by Tiffany and Co.
The Wade Necklace by Tiffany and Co. Page 15.

Tiffany & Co Indian-Style Pendant
Tiffany & Co Indian-Style Pendant. Page 9.

Crucifixion of Saint Andrew by Caravaggio
Crucifixion of Saint Andrew by Caravaggio. Page 4.

Dora Wheeler by William Merritt Chase
Dora Wheeler by William Merritt Chase. Page 9.

Terpsichore by Antonio Canova
Terpsichore by Antonio Canova. Cleveland. Page 5.

House of Faberge Cigarette Case
House of Faberge Cigarette Case. Cleveland. Page 4.

Frog and Lilypads by Rene Lalique
Frog and Lilypads by Rene Lalique. Page 2.

Tiffany & Co. Necklace
Tiffany & Co. Necklace. Cleveland. Page 3.

Tiffany & Co. diamond ring
Tiffany & Co. diamond ring. Cleveland. Page 6.

Self-Portrait in Bowler Hat by Max Beckmann
Self-Portrait in Bowler Hat by Max Beckmann. Page 16.

Song by Jennifer Bartlett
Song by Jennifer Bartlett. Cleveland. Page 20.

Bust of Pope John Paul II by Enrico Manfrini
Bust of Pope John Paul II by Enrico Manfrini. Page 2.

Papal Tiera of Pius VII
Papal Tiera of Pius VII. Cleveland. Page 3.

Cleveland
Cleveland. Page 22.

African Headress from 20th century Cameroon
African Headress from 20th century Cameroon. Page 2.

Fashion Shoot at Elaine's New York by Larry Fink
Fashion Shoot at Elaine's New York by Larry Fink. Page 3.

Ghost Rider Late in the Evening by Paul Klee
Ghost Rider Late in the Evening by Paul Klee. Page 10.

Marcel Duchamp - Box with 80 objects
Marcel Duchamp - Box with 80 objects. Page 5.

Untitled by Joseph O'Sickey
Untitled by Joseph O'Sickey. Cleveland. Page 7.

Wari Sacrificer from Peru
Wari Sacrificer from Peru. Cleveland. Page 12.

Armor for the Plankengestech nach Italienischer Art
Armor for the Plankengestech nach Italienischer Art. Page 2.

Elements of a Great Garniture for Field and Tournament of Kaspar Baron Vols-Schenkenberg
Elements of a Great Garniture for Field and Tournament of Kaspar Baron Vols-Schenkenberg. Page 6.

Interior View of the Fourth Floor in the Landeszeughaus Graz
Interior View of the Fourth Floor in the Landeszeughaus Graz. Page 9.

Orpheus by Odilon Redon
Orpheus by Odilon Redon. Cleveland. Page 12.

Seaside by Jacques-Joseph Tissot
Seaside by Jacques-Joseph Tissot. Page 13.

Celebration Church, Akron Ohio
Celebration Church, Akron Ohio. Cleveland. Page 4.

Ekklesia Church, Canton Ohio
Ekklesia Church, Canton Ohio. Cleveland. Page 6.

Ernest Angley's Grace Cathedral
Ernest Angley's Grace Cathedral, Cuyahoga Falls Ohio. Page 3.

Grace Church in Norton Ohio
Grace church in norton ohio. Cleveland. Page 7.

House of the Lord Church in Akron Ohio
House of the Lord Church in Akron Ohio. Page 8.

The Chapel in Akron Ohio
The Chapel in Akron Ohio. Cleveland. Page 5.

Commodore Perry Hotel, Toledo Ohio 1950
Commodore Perry Hotel, Toledo Ohio 1950. Page 11.

Toledo Jeeps, 1940
Toledo Jeeps, 1940. Cleveland. Page 10.