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Dancing at the Docks

Dancing at the Docks, hosted by the Vermilion Port Authority, is filled with music, friendship…

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Perry’s Victory Triathlon and Family Races

Pick a race: sprint triathlon, duathlon, aquathlon, aquabike, family fun run and a 5k run/walk.…

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The Arts on Bridge Street

Browse local and regional artists along the Historic Ashtabula Harbor during the free, two-day Arts…

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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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Lakeside Chautauqua

Located on the Marblehead Peninsula, halfway between Toledo and Cleveland, Lakeside provides opportunities for entertainment and recreation all summer long.

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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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Classic Lyman boats inspire new Lyman beer

By Laura Johnston | August 17, 2018

Lyman boat lovers, you now have your own beer. Lyman Boat Beer Works is a Sibling Revelry brew launching at the Old Fish House in Huron this weekend, thanks to Ryan Koroknay, whose dad bought the Lyman archives shortly before the company shuttered. The beer is a “Lyman Hefe-Boat-Weizen” and it honors brothers Bernard and…

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Hidden homes along the Rocky River: See the tour from a stand-up paddleboard

By Laura Johnston | August 16, 2018

Paddle up the Rocky River and you’re immersed in a vacation world of million-dollar homes and jaw-dropping yachts. Slender steel gray townhouses. Bright blue-and-white cottages. The homes of Lakewood’s Clifton Lagoon, where garages open directly onto the water. And mansions high up on the cliffs. Homes hidden from the hustle of the street, you can…

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What’s the ‘Blue Economy?’ Cleveland Water Alliance aims to create industry around fresh water

By Laura Johnston | August 15, 2018

The Cleveland Water Alliance wants to build a “Blue Economy.” What does that mean? The four-year-old nonprofit aims to create an entire business ecosystem — from research and innovation to manufacturing — around water. Specifically Lake Erie. Cleveland would be to fresh water what Silicon Valley is to information technology. Or what New York is…

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Cleveland Port boats Flotsam and Jetsam clean Cuyahoga River

By Laura Johnston | August 14, 2018

Damon Franklin stands at attention with a net, scanning the Cuyahoga River for debris. He’s standing at the bow of Flotsam, part of a pair of 26-foot boats owned by the Port of Cleveland and staffed by the Downtown Cleveland Alliance. They’ve been cruising the Cleveland Harbor and the Cuyahoga River since 2012, removing trash,…

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Cedar Point Road for $415,000: Lake Erie House of the Week

By Laura Johnston | August 13, 2018

Want a spot on the Cedar Point peninsula without paying (literally) a million dollars? This three-bedroom, 2,600-square foot ranch needs some updates. But it grants you a private beach a gorgeous Lake Erie views from your front porch, for $415,000. The home was built in the Cedar Cove neighborhood in 1957. It a large master…

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