Tour World Class Treasures at the Cleveland Museum of Art

January 2015

• January 27, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Founded in 1913 “for the benefit of all people forever,” the Cleveland Museum of Art is still going strong, with a permanent collection of over 43,000 works from around the world and free admission that holds true to its original mission. Most world heavyweights are represented here, including Botticelli, El Greco, Poussin, Rubens, Goya, Turner,… Read more »

• January 20, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

The Flying Fig, or “The Fig” as regulars call it, is a forerunner in Cleveland’s farm-to-table restaurant movement. The small restaurant in the Ohio City neighborhood purchases the bulk of its ingredients from local farmers and food artisans, and it’s apparent in the freshness of each dish. The Fig serves lunch and dinner every day… Read more »

• January 13, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

West Side Market has been Cleveland’s public food market for over 170 years. The iconic markethouse was designed in 1912 by the same architects who built the Cleveland Museum of Art and Lakeview Cemetery’s Wade Chapel. From fresh produce and dairy to baked goods, meats, and seafood, West Side Market is a chef’s paradise. There’s… Read more »

• January 6, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

When you have a rough day at work, it can really put a damper on your confidence and affect your performance because of it. Negative thoughts are things that all people have to deal with, no matter your profession, but there is a way to manage them and improve your mood in the process. Here… Read more »