Cedar Lee Theatre: Catch an Indie Flick at This Old-Fashioned Movie Theater

March 2015

• March 30, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Instead of battling the crowds at a newer shopping mall movie theater this weekend, why not opt for something with a bit more old-school charm at Cedar Lee Theatre? This historic Cleveland Heights movie theater possesses a quirky charm that can’t be duplicated. The theater focuses on foreign and independent films, as well as the… Read more »

• March 17, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

May the luck of the Irish be with you! How will you be celebrating today?

• March 17, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Frederick’s Wine and Dine is a unique dining experience in the Warrensville Heights area that combines the smooth sounds of live jazz music with the flavors of classic American fare. The casual, lounge-style eatery can accommodate up to 110 guests inside of its large, airy dining room, which is furnished with dark mahogany tables and… Read more »

• March 10, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Sokolowski’s is Cleveland’s oldest family-owned restaurant, serving Polish and Eastern European food since 1923. Hard hats, blue suits, and everyone in between joins the cafeteria line for steaks, salad, brats, kielbasa, pierogis, soups, stuffed cabbage, fish, desserts, and much more. Nothing is over eight bucks at lunch, and dinners top out at $18. Regulars —… Read more »

• March 3, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

If you want to incorporate bright, bold colors into your home’s design scheme without going overboard, there are a number of creative ways to do it. Check out these simple decorating tips that require little effort and won't compromise your security deposit. Choose a main color and an accent color. Instead of running wild with… Read more »