NCJW/CLE’s Thriftique Showroom engages volunteers, shoppers for a cause

85 years in style By Jane Kaufman People celebrate the reopening of Thriftique Showroom in May 2019 following a five-month renovation at the Bedford...

18 things to do in fall 2021 and winter 2022 in Greater Cleveland

Compiled by Amanda Koehn, McKenna Corson and Sammi Fremont Editor’s note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, events are subject to change or require specified...

The Lumen: Ohio’s tallest residential building takes a bow

Lighting up Playhouse Square Story by Carlo Wolff When you enter The Lumen at E. 17th Street and Euclid Avenue you step into an...

Cleveland chefs focus on creative seasonal ingredients, ever-changing precautions this summer

Fresh future By Jane Kaufman Summertime and the living is easier – at least that’s what local restaurateurs and chefs are hoping for as...

Jewish Cleveland represents among frontline community

When Jstyle made its call to feature Jewish community members serving on the frontlines during the COVID-19 pandemic this past year, an influx of...

JFSA’s Horvitz YouthAbility ambassadors working on the frontlines

Serving their city Helping and respecting others is core to Jewish Family Service Association of Cleveland’s Horvitz YouthAbility program. The initiative of the Pepper...

Pour Coffee Co. revamps Israeli iced coffee with a local edge

Cool and caffeinated Pour Coffee Co. co-owners Charlie Eisenstat and Anthony Lazzaro clink glasses of their freshly made Israeli iced coffee. Story and Photography...

Courageous in CLE

For many of us, this past year has been one of hunkering down at home – working, relaxing and video chatting from the comfort...