To paraphrase a show tune: It seems like suddenly everything’s coming up Cleveland. LeBron is home. The 2016 GOP convention is coming to town. And the city’s postrecession brain gain rivals Seattle’s, stoking youthful verve and hometown pride. Here’s why we can’t get enough of The Land.
Once of the country’s oldest and largest food halls, Cleveland's West Side Market (est. 1912) supports about 100 vendors selling both prepared foods and groceries. Photo courtesy of dangerousbiz on Instagram.
Hugging the Lake Erie shore in the state’s northeast corner, the city of Rock and Roll shakes off its industrial image with gorgeous parks, a passionate sports scene, revamped museums and destination dining: http://www.midwestliving.com/travel/ohio/cleveland/two-day-getaway-to-cleveland/ #cleveland #ohio #midwest
Free things to do in Cleveland ~ Explore Cleveland's History at Lake View Cemetery ~ Cleveland's Lake View Cemetery, opened in 1869, is the final resting place for important Clevelanders, such as John D. Rockefeller, President James A. Garfield, Jeptha Wade (the cemetery's first president), and Carl B. Stokes. The elaborate stone monuments kept a generation of Italian stonecutters in business. Make sure to see the Garfield Monument and the Wade Chapel with its Tiffany window.