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Ask A Cleveland Expert: School Lunches To Prepare In 10 Minutes Or Less

Summer break is over and it’s back to school time. It’s always a little rough in the beginning of the year to get back into the daily school routine. Making lunches is an often mundane task that parents tend to dread. To get some fresh ideas on school lunches, we spoke with Cleveland Mom, restaurateur and blogger Amelia Sawyer.


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Best Brewery Tours In Cleveland

If you’re a beer lover, what could be better than discovering how your favorite local brew is made?


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Best Print Shops In Cleveland

It’s not always easy finding a place that you can trust to print and frame your special photos, artwork and awards. Or if you find an old photograph that needs restoration, you want to make sure you go with a shop that has a positive reputation. Other times you might need a print shop to make some promotional materials, custom clothing or photo gifts. Here are the best print shops in Cleveland.



Best Abstract Art Exhibits In Cleveland

Abstract artists can work in a multitude of media types, conveying their feelings in ways often challenging for the viewer to understand, thus is the attraction of abstract art. Come and challenge your imagination with these Cleveland abstract art exhibits.


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5 Day Trips Near Cleveland To Do Before The Kids Go Back To School

Summer is here, and while it seems like it will last forever, the leaves are turning and in just a few weeks the kids will be heading back to school. Don’t let it fly by without taking a day or two to make some memories. Here are five trips that are sure to get the most out of a special summer day.


Starting pitcher Trevor Bauer #47 of the Cleveland Indians reacts after being called for a balk during the third inning against the Kansas City Royals at Progressive Field on April 28, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Tribe Beat: Trevor Bauer Frustrations With Media, Lonnie Coming Back Strong

Tribe Beat: 92.3’s TJ Zuppe joined Baskin & Phelps Friday to discuss the Indians being unable to sweep the Yankees, Trevor Bauer’s awkward presser after giving up six earned runs, Lonnie Baseball looking good again, and more.

92.3 The Fan–08/14/2015

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A Night Out In Warehouse District

Check out this guide to the best bars and clubs before planning a night out in Cleveland’s Warehouse District.


CLEVELAND, OH - NOVEMBER 04:  Running back Ray Rice #27 of the Baltimore Ravens runs the ball by linebacker James-Michael Johnson #50 of the Cleveland Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium on November 4, 2012 in Cleveland, Ohio.  (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)

Jeff Schudel: “If Wilbert Montgomery Is Looking For A Back To Want The Job, No Question Ray Rice Would”

Browns beat reporter Jeff Schudel of the News Herald joined Baskin & Phelps Wednesday to discuss the potential of signing Ray Rice and the reaction that would follow, the way reps could fall for preseason games, Terrelle Pryor’s need to get on the field to make the team, and more.

92.3 The Fan–08/12/2015

Peter King with Baskin & Phelps at Training Camp in Berea (Photo by David Spano)

Peter King: Manziel Needs A Full Year To Learn This Offense

Peter King of Monday Morning Quarterback joined Baskin & Phelps at Training Camp in Berea to discuss his observations of the team, the realistic timetable for Johnny Manziel at QB, the difference between Terrelle Pryor and other players of that type trying to make an NFL team as a ‘weapon’, and more.

92.3 The Fan–08/11/2015

Starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco #59 of the Cleveland Indians pitches during the first inning against the Chicago White Sox at Progressive Field on July 25, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Anthony Castrovince Says, “Chris Antonetti Is Well-Respected … Has A Strong Reputation Around The League”’s Anthony Castrovince joined Chris Fedor on Thursday night to discuss the recent Indians struggles, how Carlos Carrasco has improved his game, if the Indians will make any more moves before the end of the season while in last place in the AL Central, and what’s going on with the Tigers as they clean house in the front office.

92.3 The Fan–08/06/2015


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