Contrivance of the Caramel Apple fancy with the fall fruit

I always saw the caramel apples for sale at the local grocer and from non-profit organizations covered in candied confections. The sugar and various nuts which had been applied perfectly to the apple. I wondered how did the creators apply … Continue reading →

Threads of Fall 2016 Chief Wahoo and anything and everything The Tribe

Pictures by Steven Drescher At the inception of this website I never thought in the wildest of baseball pitches that a fashion piece would be written about Cleveland Indians gear. This year Chief Wahoo and the jersey isn’t a Halloween costume. … Continue reading →

The Underground: Stadium Kicks Converse Classic Chuck Taylor All Stars

“I’m an attorney (in) commercial real estate. I specialize in affordable housing community development law. That’s why I’m here in Cleveland. I’m here for a conference and snuck out for a few minutes and here I am buying Chucks,” Toni … Continue reading →

Homemade Pumpkin Spiced Latte made with Cafe Bustelo in the Florida Keys

My last stop at the market sent me looking for all of the ingredients to make my favorite fall foods; sharp white cheddar grilled cheese on sour dough, chili, caramel apples covered in nuts, and ingredients for homemade pumpkin spiced latte. … Continue reading →

Summer 2016 proved to be all about the hat Lake Erie Islands a Sportstown's Playground

Summer, summer, summertime produced a style on the Lake Erie Islands which couldn’t be cloned on any other coast. Instead of showing up fashionably (for a far-a-way destination surrounded in freshwater) island tourists risked appearing initially tacky. They tore off … Continue reading →

Sperry Saltwater Duck Boot goes Unsalted raising part baby-duck pup, calls for rugged shoes

They’re roughhewn, rugged and unrefined. The Fall Fashion item is the new Sperry Saltwater Duck Boot showcasing vintage style. A pair of poorly constructed shoes will derail owners trying to take on the Lake Erie and the Ohio coastline elements. Especially, when there’s an 18-month … Continue reading →