Spectacular Cleveland Area Hikes to Enjoy This Fall as the Leaves Change Colors

Fall colors are one of the best parts of the season in Northeast Ohio, and thankfully we're blessed with an abundance of…

By Ashley Lubecky

Tinkers Creek State Park Nature Preserve/
Tinkers Creek Loop Trail  (35 minute drive from Downtown Cleveland)
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Terrifying Cleveland-Area Haunted Houses and Ghostly Experiences to Freak You Out This Fall

Looking for something a bit more spooky than apples and pumpkins this fall? Halloween brings out the spirit in all of us…

By Scene Staff

 Pioneer Waterland’s Fall Fear Nightmare
10661 Kile Rd., Chardon

Ever wanted to do zombie paintball? Well you can at Pioneer Waterland in Chardon this year. Come face to face with the undead this fall season.
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28 Cleveland-Area Corn Mazes and Pumpkin Patches to Visit This Fall

Fall means it's time for pumpkin patches and hay rides. Here's our list of corn mazes, hay rides and pumpkin picking opportunities…

By Brett Zelman

 Pumpkinville
 9337 Chillicothe Rd., Kirtland
Pumpkinville is open in October from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. In Kirtland, Pumpkinville has pumpkins of all sizes, mums, apples, fresh cider, corn stalks and much more.
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26 Pick-Your-Own Apple Orchards Near Cleveland to Check Out This Fall

It's that time of the year again! It's time to bust out that scarf, a nice flannel, and head to your favorite…

By Scene Staff

 Hillside Orchard
     2397 Center Road, Hinckley
    
    Hillside has 19 varieties of apples, and you can pick your own (depending on what's ripe) for four weekends beginning in October. You can also pick your own pumpkins at this pet-friendly farm. They also have hard-dipped ice cream, famous fruit pies, frozen apple cider and many more goodies.
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Everything We Saw at the 2022 Waterloo Arts Festival

The Waterloo Arts Festival is an annual celebration of local art and music in the Collingwood neighborhood. Here's everything we saw at…

By Emanuel Wallace

Everything We Saw at the 2022 Waterloo Arts Festival
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Photos From the Science Fair Art Market at MoCA

Various local vendors peddled their wares at the Science Fair Art Market on Toby's Plaza outside of MoCA Cleveland. Here's what we…

By Emanuel Wallace

Photos From the Science Fair Art Market at MoCA
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21 Awesome Spots for Karaoke in Cleveland Nearly Any Night of the Week

Sometimes, there's an adrenaline rush that only singing karaoke in front of strangers can provide. It helps when there's booze readily available,…

By Brett Zelman

Tina’s Nightclub
    5400 Herman Ave., Cleveland
    You know you're having a good night if you end up at Tina's Nite Club for some karaoke. A classic dive bar, the hole-in-the-wall is open seven days a week and offers old-school karaoke (don't think you're going to sing a song that came out past 2004) on many of those nights.
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All the Cleveland Area Festivals to Hit Up the Rest of the Summer

If you're looking for something to do this summer, Cleveland's festival scene has you covered. There are ton of great options for…

By Brett Zelman

Feast of the Assumption
When: August 12th-15th
Admission: Free
Where: Little Italy 
What: Food, Food and More Food, The Assumption Ceremony, Entertainment and More
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25 Essential Cleveland Vintage and Thrift Shops You Should Be Shopping At

Vintage shopping is all of the rage these days. Whether you're looking to furnish your home, upgrade your wardrobe, find a rare…

By Scene Staff

Sweet Lorain Antiques
    7105 Lorain Rd., Cleveland
    
    Formerly named Suite Lorain, this antiques shop sells items on behalf of many owners. Sweet Lorain is highly organized compared to usual shops' hodge podge, making it easy for buyers to see everything that is available. The prices can be on the high side but if it's vintage that you want, this is the place to go.
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31 Cool Things to Do Around Cleveland When It's Hot AF

Now that it's finally hot in Cleveland, there's bound to be a few days when you just have to cool down. Go…

By Scene Staff

Swim at a Public Pool



 For those of us not lucky enough to have a friend with a pool, the region’s public swimming offerings are the next best thing. There are, of course, Cleveland’s public pools, but with erratic openings based on temperatures and staffing, they are hardly worth counting on. Luckily, you can snag a guest day pass in many suburbs where the water is warm and the beach chairs bountiful: Dragga Pool in Mayfield Heights will run you $10 as a non-resident, Walter’s Grove in Parma will cost you just $6, Parma Heights’ primo pool awaits for $8, Foster and Becks Pools in Lakewood will let you in for $5.50, and Beachwood’s absolutely stunning outdoor aquatic center will refresh and entertain you for $10.
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This Mid-Century Chagrin Falls Home, On The Market For $630,000, Is Nestled In Nature

Chagrin Falls is desirable for more than their quaint downtown. In the Chagrin Valley, natural beauty is in abundance and this home…

By Brett Zelman

This Mid-Century Chagrin Falls Home, On The Market For $630,000, Is Nestled In Nature
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40 Bucket List Things to Do in Cleveland This Summer

Nice weather in Northeast Ohio only lasts a few months, and there's just oh so much summer goodness to pack into those…

By Scene Staff

Wade Oval Wednesdays



 Cleveland’s marquee free weekly community outdoor concert series, Wade Oval Wednesdays, is back this year with mid-week concerts, food and sunshine starting June 15 and running through August 17. Grab some friends, a lawn chair, and enjoy a hump-day break sure to inject some relaxing fun into your frenzied schedule.
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Photos From "In Bloom: A Solo Exhibition From Asia Armour" at Deep Roots Art Gallery

Over the weekend, "In Bloom," a solo exhibition from photographer and collage artist Asia Armour opened in Deep Roots Art Gallery in…

By Emanuel Wallace

Asia Armour
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50 Cleveland Makers You Should Be Following on Instagram

Cleveland is full of artists and creative locally-owned businesses ready for you to discover. And we've compiled a new list of 50…

By Brett Zelman

Legend Headwear
    3111 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland
    
    In 1984, Graffiti was founded and today manufactures over 10,000 baseball hats per week as a private label manufacturer. Jacob Miller, the son of the founders, expanded on that business by starting Legend Headwear in 2017 and Legend has since taken off, finding a niche with high quality hats and awesome designs.
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These Vintage Photos Show What Kings Island Has Looked Like Through the Last 50 Years

Cincinnati's beloved amusement park Kings Island has been making memories in the lives of Ohioans for five decades as of this year.…

By Scene Staff

A fan photo provided to Kings Island for the park's 50th anniversary
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Photos from the "Color Me Boneface" and "Bloodline" Exhibition Openings at MoCA Cleveland

On Friday, two new exhibitions opened in University Circle's Museum of Contemporary Art -- Robert Banks & Dexter Davis' "Color Me Boneface"…

By Emanuel Wallace

Photos from the "Color Me Boneface" and "Bloodline" Exhibition Openings at MoCA Cleveland
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Photos: A Preview of CMA's "Alberto Giacometti: Toward the Ultimate Figure" Exhibition

The Cleveland Museum of Art's latest exhibition, Alberto Giacometti: Toward the Ultimate Figure, is slated to open on March 12 and runs…

By Scene Staff

Photos: A Preview of CMA's "Alberto Giacometti: Toward the Ultimate Figure" Exhibition
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The Best Things To Do By Yourself In Cleveland

We all like to be alone at times. Maybe it's by necessity, maybe by choice but if you find yourself alone with…

By Scene Staff

Go Biking at Ray’s Indoor Bike 
     9801 Walford Ave., Cleveland  
    
    Northeast Ohio bike enthusiasts have made Ray's a rousing success from almost the minute the gem of an idea became a ramp-laden reality. What better way to let some steam out than biking inside at Ray’s?
    
    Photo via Scene Archives
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48 Cleveland Fish Fries to Try This Lenten Season

Lent is great for Northeast Ohioans because even if you don't celebrate, you can still get a delicious fried fish dinner out…

By Scene Staff

 Ohio City Provisions
    3208 Lorain Ave., Cleveland
    
     The beloved Ohio City butcher shop is offering a Friday fish fry from 4-7 p.m. through Lent. This week, they’ll be serving up Atlantic Cod with homemade coleslaw, handcut fries and a house tartar sauce.
    
    Photo via Ohio City Provisions/Facebook
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Photos From The Black Arts Showcase at MoCA Cleveland

As Black History Month comes to a close, MoCA Cleveland held its Black Arts Showcase highlights multiple disciplines including painting, spoken word…

By Scene Staff

Photos From The Black Arts Showcase at MoCA Cleveland
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Cleveland's City Dogs Kennel Is Full. Here Are All the Good Pups Looking for Forever Homes

The kennel at City Dogs Cleveland is currently full with 94 dogs available to adopt that are listed online and even more…

By Scene Staff

Silas, 2 Years Old, Male
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This William Trout-Designed Bay Village Contemporary Cabin Just Hit The Market For $1.1 Million

Overlooking the Lake in Bay Village (25140 Lake Road) sits this 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2,266 square foot home that just hit…

By Scene Staff

This William Trout-Designed Bay Village Contemporary Cabin Just Hit The Market For $1.1 Million
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Photos From Gumbo Dance Party at Nuevo

The Gumbo Dance Party held a party to celebrate All Star Weekend at Nuevo. In addition to resident DJ Walk, the event…

By Scene Staff

Photos From Gumbo Dance Party at Nuevo
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29 Places for Good First Dates in Cleveland

You've gotta impress on a first date. You can't just roll out of bed and go to whatever local pizza place or…

By Scene Staff

 Pinball at Superelectric
    6500 Detroit Ave., Cleveland
    
    All you need is a pocket full of quarters to head over and play pinball at Super Electric. Pinball ain’t easy to master, but this vintage pinball space gives you and your date plenty of room to try and perfect your craft in one night.
    Photo via Scene Archives
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If Every Cleveland Suburb Was a Person at a Party, Here's What They Would Be Doing

The Cleveland Sub-Reddit came through with this brilliant thread titled "You're at a party and each Cleveland suburb is a person at…

By Scene Staff

Solon didn’t even go to the party. They are staying in because they have a test in the morning. 
    
    Via lar44/Reddit
    
    Photo via City of Solon
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Photos From Ryan Harris' "Sincerely, Us" Exhibition at MoCA Cleveland

Cleveland photographer Ryan Harris' latest exhibition, "Sincerely, Us" opened at MoCA Cleveland in conjunction with the Museum of Creative Human Art. The…

By Scene Staff

Photos From Ryan Harris' "Sincerely, Us" Exhibition at MoCA Cleveland
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The 24 Most Beautiful Places in Cleveland

Cleveland has plenty of (underrated) beautiful spots to snap an Instagram pic and/or take in the view. From nature preserves to haunted…

By Scene Staff

Hope Memorial Bridge
    Carnegie Ave.
    The Hope Memorial Bridge, from Carnegie Avenue to Lorain Avenue, sets itself apart from the many other Cleveland bridges with its art-deco styling and Guardians of Traffic sculptures, who watch and protect Clevelanders stuck in rush-hour traffic.
    
    Photo via korey.exploring/Instagram
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53 Movies You Might Not Know Were Filmed in Cleveland

Cleveland has provided set locations for horror flicks, superhero blockbusters and a certain well-known 1983 Christmas movie. You know the names of…

By Scene Staff

53 Movies You Might Not Know Were Filmed in Cleveland
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38 Unwritten Rules of Cleveland

Any city has guidelines that most people for whatever reason stick by. They're unwritten, but they're just known. We were inspired by…

By Scene Staff

Barrio is somehow a controversial topic
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