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Bringing Back the Black paddle race

Celebrate the restorative efforts and ecological come back of the Lower Black River with recreational…

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Memorial Day Weekend at Whiskey Island

Kick off summer with live bands at Whiskey Island Still & Eatery all Memorial Day…

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Crooked River Conversation: Blue Economy

Enjoy an evening of conversation, fun and food at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium and Windows…

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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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Marblehead Lighthouse State Park

Rising from stones at the end of the Marblehead peninsula, the Marblehead lighthouse is one…

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Steamship William G Mather Museum

Tour this restored 618-foot historic flagship and see what life was like on board a working…

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Sandusky booming for residents, tourists: See the big downtown developments

By Laura Johnston | May 16, 2019

Sandusky just celebrated its bicentennial. And the capital of Lake Erie vacationland is planning its future. For the full story, see cleveland.com/rock-the-lake.

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What not to do on the Cuyahoga River

By Laura Johnston | May 15, 2019

We get it. The Cuyahoga River is pure joy on a sunny summer day, a smooth spot for cruising, whether you’re on a jet ski, kayak or stand-up paddleboard. But the river is still a federal shipping channel. And those giant freighters have very little room to maneuver. So play it safe. Here’s what not…

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2019 Lake Erie harmful algal bloom predicted to be worse than last year

By Laura Johnston | May 15, 2019

Bad news for Lake Erie lovers — especially in the western basin. An early prediction says the annual harmful algal bloom will be worse this year than last. That’s because of heavy rain in April. See the full story at cleveland.com/rock-the-lake.

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Help restore the Putzfrau that cleaned the Cuyahoga

By Laura Johnston | May 14, 2019

When the Cuyahoga River was an open sewer, choked with oil and trash and sewage, the Putzfrau cleaned it up. In a 16-hour day, the Putzfrau could pick up 100 cubic yards of debris and 15,000 gallons of oil. Now, to celebrate 50 years of the river’s recovery, advocates want to restore the boat. See…

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Lake Erie could break record high levels

By Laura Johnston | May 7, 2019

You’re not imagining it — Lake Erie is as high as it’s ever been in May. The lake started the month above the record May average, set in 1986. And according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, it could break the all-time record high monthly average in June. See the full story at cleveland.com/rock-the-lake.

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