From ziplining and glamping to movies under the stars and scenic views of the northern lights, get the scoop on activities for the entire family to enjoy once the sun goes down.
Why Zinn — and nearly a million followers — are so into art that doesn’t last.
For two days this summer, visitors can get a glimpse of Put-in-Bay's most intriguing home.
From May 5 through May 14, the shores of Lake Erie light up with millions of birds in flight — and thousands of people who gather to see them.
Inspired by the work of Dave Sandford, Evans took thousands of images over the course of several years to get the shot he wanted.
Dave Sandford is the king of Lake Erie's "liquid mountains." Here's how he does it — and what nature photography means to him.
BrewBoat Cleveland, which launched in 2016 with pedal-powered boats, added the self-captioned electric boats this summer.
A look inside a Vermilion, Ohio, home that has it all, including a helicopter pad, private marina and two indoor swimming pools.
Alan Block and his wife, Chris Zielski, create a one-of-a-kind experience near Lake Erie, complete with freshly baked bread, near Ashtabula Harbor.
Reps from 20 islands in the Great Lakes Islands Alliance met in October to brainstorm solutions for common challenges of life surrounded by water.
After a successful first season on the Great Lakes last summer, Viking cruises is expanding with an itinerary that includes Cleveland.
Bill and Jeri McMinn love to hike — and colder temperatures are an invitation to bundle up and keep exploring.
Patti Wandover's northeast Ohio shop re-opens in a brand new space on March 10.
The bugs are coming — and that's a good thing — but they can also inflict a lot of damage.
Meet Heather Moore and Jim Brown, the new owners of the Cleveland Harbor West Pierhead Lighthouse.
All Pandemic travel restrictions to Canada are over, making now a great time to head to the border and enjoy Ontario.
What do you do when life is moving too fast? You leave the farm and plan the journey of a lifetime with your two toddler sons.
Nothing can stop nature’s nightly show. Here are 10 of our favorite ways to enjoy the splendor from the shores, from drinks in Kelleys Island to yoga in Vermilion.
This vacation community's newest restaurant offers elevated bar food — and a bright-and-airy gathering spot.
Most of us thought the winter of 2014 was bad. Really bad. But for the anglers, snowmobilers and a few crazy runners who took to Lake Erie, it was the adventure of a lifetime.
It was an “aha” moment for chef Jamie Simpson of the Culinary Vegetable Institute in Milan, Ohio, when he came up with this gluten-free alternative to pasta using a little-known fall root vegetable. Simpson suggests serving the dish with duck, pheasant or just before an amazing steak. Pair it with a pinot grigio from the Alto Adige region of Italy for your own “aha” moment.
Patti Wandover’s Marblehead Soap Co. began as a mission to heal herself — and grew into a shop so successful that it just doubled its size in a brand-new building.
For Catherine Schmuck, retirement means a life on the Great Lakes — and a new cookbook.
When Sir Yacht told nearly 5 million people that Lake Erie is "the worst" of the Great Lakes, we had to call him on it.
The Toledo, Ohio, pizza joint is struggling to keep up with business after the Barstool Sports icon paid a visit.
Take advantage of local peaches and blackberries with this sweet summer salad, shared by Bluebird Cafe in Lakeside, Ohio.
From Ontario to Ohio — and everywhere in-between — here's where you'll find something special for the lake lover in your life.
Meet the talented professionals and hobbyists out there day after day — and sometimes at night — capturing the beauty of Lake Erie.
At the Twisted Lemon in Cayuga, Ontario, chef Dan Megna combines the first flavors of the season.
What started as a hobby has turned into much more for Kelly Hand and her sunrise surf crew.
Shared by Jonathan Haloua, executive chef at La Fleur Restaurant in Mayville, New York, these bite-size tarts are perfect for an elegant, at-home happy hour.
Metroparks Toledo just opened a new 1,000-foot-long ice skating ribbon — and it's too cool.
With 2022 in the books, we take a look at what's been happening in and around Lake Erie.