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Lakeside-Marblehead Lighthouse Festival

The 23rd Annual Lakeside-Marblehead Lighthouse Festival, a cherished fall tradition held on the second Saturday…

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U.S. Sailing Team Championships

Watch the U.S. Sailing Team Championships, hosted by the Foundry, from Whiskey Island or the…

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Avon Lake Bicentennial Beer Festival

Avon Lake’s Bicentennial Committee hosts the first, and hopefully annual, Beer Festival at Miller Park.…

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Cleveland Water Alliance

The Cleveland Water Alliance coordinates a growing network of corporations, universities, research institutions, public agencies,…

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Historic Ashtabula Harbor

A robust food scene home to over 8 chef-inspired and award winning restaurants, several boutique…

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Perry’s Victory & International Peace Memorial

Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial is a 52-foot Doric column built in 1915 to…

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New Miller ferry to Put-in-Bay to be named Mary Ann Market

By Laura Johnston | September 19, 2018

Miller Boat Line expects its new ferry to the Erie Islands to be delivered next fall, christened Mary Ann Market after the matriarch of the family business. Fraser Shipyards of Superior, Wisconsin, will build the new drive-on, drive-off passenger/vehicle ferry. It will be 140 feet long, 38.5 feet wide ferry and will accommodate 26 standard…

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See the list of freighters arriving at the Port of Cleveland

By Laura Johnston | September 18, 2018

We love to watch freighters. As long as the Terminal Tower is tall, the ships are eye-catching, mesmerizing, romantic vestiges of industrial glory days. We can’t get over their size, whether they’re powering through Lake Erie or pivoting around the hair-pin curves of the Cuyahoga River. They’re more than a pretty sight on the horizon.…

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Can you still see monarch butterflies on Lake Erie shores? Yes, just not as many

By Laura Johnston | September 14, 2018

You can still see the monarch butterflies at Wendy Park, stopping over on their migration from Canada to Mexico. But you won’t see a whole cloud of them at once because the weather is looking warmer and sunnier. Thousands of butterflies arrived on Lake Erie’s southern shores, beginning last week. And because of the rain…

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Paddles up! Trying out a dragon boating practice on the Cuyahoga River

By Laura Johnston | September 14, 2018

“Attention!” Jessica Fleming shouts from the bow of the dragon boat. All 10 paddlers lean in, ready. “Paddles up!” We each lift one arm over our heads and shoot one arm to the side, making a triangle shape with our heads. “Take it away!” And we paddle. We sit two by two, following the pacers…

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Downtown Cleveland rocking with North Coast boat show

By Laura Johnston | September 13, 2018

Nearly 100 boats will be on display Friday through Sunday in downtown Cleveland, at the second annual North Coast Boat Show. This year the Lake Erie Marine Trades Association has added live entertainment at Voinovich Park, as well as sailing lessons, and vendors on land. The Found Sounds Steel Pan Duo will play steel drums.…

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