Shopping in Central

$25 for $50 Worth of Gift Baskets — Ladii Beatrice, LLC

Ladii Beatrice, Llc

Cleveland

$50 $25

Gift baskets for all occasions made with reusable baskets that are filled with more products and less stuffing

$10 for $20 Worth of Casual Apparel and Accessories at The Maximus Collection

The Maximus Collection

Cleveland Heights

$20 $10

Selection of comfortable t-shirts, bags from brands such as Zanerobe, and accessories line the walls of this well-curated, casual boutique

$25 for $50 Worth of Arts and Crafts Supplies — Hessler on the Heights

Hessler On The Heights

Cleveland Heights

$50 $25

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$139 for a Vehicle Remote Starter Installation at Lewis Electronics ($325 Value)

Lewis Electronics

Cleveland

$325 $139

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A remote starter allows drivers to start their cars from inside or far away, helping windows thaw and cars warm up or cool down before entry

$28 for $50 Groupon — Curve Appeal Fashion

Curve Appeal

Lakewood

$50 $28

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$25 for $50 Groupon — Spruce

Spruce

Lyndhurst

$50 $25

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$5 for $10 Groupon — THS Plus

Ths Plus

Bedford

$10 $5

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Women’s Apparel and Accessories from Caché (50% Off)

Caché

Multiple Locations

$50 $25

Day dresses, evening wear, and lifestyle separates sport eye-catching prints and rich colours, as well as demure neutral tones

Two or Four Kids' Art Classes at Art it Yourself (Up to 53% Off)

Art it Yourself

Euclid

$20 $10

Kids ages 3–15 let their creativity roam free in art classes that may include drawing, painting, and even three-dimensional sculpture

$20 for $40 Worth of Dance Shoes, Apparel, and Accessories at Capezio

Capezio

Lyndhurst

$40 $20

Ballet and dance shoes, leotards, and romeos rooted in more than 100 years of innovative design; available in-store or online

$50 for $100 Groupon — Arts Jewelers

Art Jewelers

Mayfield Heights

$100 $50

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Designer Consignment Apparel at Looks Better On You (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Looks Better On You

Willoughby

$20 $10

Boutique stocked with new and barely used designer clothes from brands such as Coach, Ralph Lauren, and Banana Republic

$14 for $25 Worth of Jewelry — Collectors Palace

Collector's Palace

Streetsboro

$25 $14

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Case of 12 Small or Standard Wine Bottles with Personalized Labels from River Rock Beverage Company (Up to 52% Off)

River Rock Beverage Company

Akron

$192 $95

Cases include a dozen wine bottles packaged with a customized label

E-Cigarette Starter Kit or E-Liquid from KINGS eLiquid & eCigarette (Up to 42% Off)

KINGS eLiquid & eCigarette

Online Deal

$65 $38

Stop smoking with the help of e-liquids and e-cigarette starter kits, which come with a rechargeable battery and carrying case

$17 for a 12-Month Print and Online Subscription to The Barberton Herald ($35 Value)

The Barberton Herald

Barberton

$35 $17

Award-winning weekly journal covers local politics, sports, community events, and culture in print and online editions

E-Cigarettes and Accessories at King Bearen Vapor Station (Up to 52% Off). Two Options Available.

King Bearen Vapor Station

North Canton

$25 $12

Vaping enthusiasts can browse through e-cigarettes, e-liquids, and accessories

$7 for $15 Worth of Jewelry and Accessories at Six

SIX

Jackson

$15 $7

Fashion-forward minds can peruse an inventory of necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and bags

$32 for $50 Worth of Women's Bridal Fashions — Leigh Stephanie

Stephanie Leigh Bridal

Girard

$50 $32

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

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Anna Beauty Center’s therapists and aestheticians evince a passion for beauty as they eradicate stress and blemishes with massages and diamond-tipped microdermabrasion treatments. When they aren’t exfoliating and hydrating skin, they enhance complexions with cosmetic makeovers and groom bushy tails with waxing services. For added inspiration, they surround themselves with Shiseido, Skin Renew, and qiora products.

3030 Superior Ave
Cleveland,
Ohio
US

Art After Dark fosters creative expression in a nightlife atmosphere. Classes provide all the necessary materials to create paintings, decorate wine glasses, or carve pumpkins, and students can bring their favorite drinks to celebrate their new artistic accomplishments. Kids' sessions focus on age-appropriate pictures during small classes and birthday parties.

2530 Superior Ave. Suite 503
Cleveland,
OH
US

Providing beer nuts or newcomers with a way to expand their knowledge, Cleveland Beer Series offers curated two-hour classes that focus on brews from around the world. Starting from the bottom up, pupils learn every aspect of beer, from its ingredients and production to styles and glassware.

2530 Superior Ave.
Cleveland,
OH
US

Not content being the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists’ overall winner for 2011 Best Monthly in Ohio, a few of Ohio Magazine’s staff members walked away with individual awards themselves. A captivating and descriptive profile of Ohio naturalist-illustrator Julie Zickefoose, “Our Lady of the Birds” by John C. Bruening, was named Best Artist Profile, with second place bestowed upon a fellow Ohio colleague, Jennifer Rogers. For her full body of work in 2010, Linda Feagler was awarded Best Arts Reporting, and not to be left out, Lesley Blake wrangled in the Best Graphic Design/Navigation award for the magazine’s online counterpart.

But it’s not the awards that keep subscribers coming back. Within the glossy pages of each monthly issue lies a veritable treasure trove of historical tidbits, compelling stories, shopping tips, and event information—all focused around the Buckeye State. In sections such as Travel, readers delve into written and pictorial chronologies of in-state excursions, as well as extensive resources detailing where to find the best hotels, which destinations are best in which seasons, and which desserts the local police enjoy in the event you get pulled over for speeding. The Food and Wine section profiles tempting culinary destinations, and Home and Garden leads green thumbs around the state to the most verdant nurseries and the most beautiful home gardens.

1422 Euclid Ave
Cleveland,
OH
US

Lake Erie Living's pages showcase the people, places, and events in the communities dotting the shore of Lake Erie, from Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania to New York and Ontario. Features regularly explore famous lakeside mansions and island cottages, and reviews mine the menus of excellent restaurants in cities and the countryside. Amid its tips on decoration, new lakefront adventures, or etiquette for interacting with ancient lake monsters, the magazine also devotes an article to a new winery each month.

The magazine's recurring monthly features includes "Lake Erie Lives," which highlights a unique Lake Erie resident, such as Elisa Guida, a two-time cancer survivor who raises money for cancer patients by crafting jewelry from guitar strings donated by famous musicians. Readers keep a finger on the pulse of the lake's culture and lifestyles with other recurring features such as "Great Homes Realty," "Weekend Getaway," and "Hidden Treasures," which points readers to the most underrated shopping spots along Lake Erie.

1422 Euclid Ave
Cleveland,
OH
US

From 1992–1994, the Cleveland Thunderbolts gave the city its first taste of Arena Football League action. And while the taste was but a tease at the time—the team disbanded at the end of the 1994 season—AFL fans eventually would see a return to revelry in 2008 with the arrival of the Gladiators, a team that bounced around the country like a rock band on pogo sticks before diggin’ in their cleats at Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena. In their first official season, the Gladiators introduced themselves in grand fashion by advancing to the franchise's first-ever conference championship game—a tough loss, to the eventual league champion Philadelphia Soul, that’s since stood as the squad’s humbling reminder of the unending effort required to achieve league dominance.

631 Huron Rd E
Cleveland,
OH
US