These Guys Canoed Through Lake Erie on a 40-Mile Trek to Canada
We spoke to Ariel Travis, who paddled across a Great Lake for fun.
This Small Town in Canada Spent 10 Years and $2.7 Million to Save Turtles
A community bands together for the love of reptiles.
An Algorithm and a Super Bowl: How the Cleveland Browns Won It All in 2017
All it took for the Cleveland Browns to go where they'd never gone before was one little bit of innovation, and the guts to make it work—doubters be damned.
Aaron Gordon & David Roth
The Unbeautiful Game: Cleveland, Buffalo, and the Dismal NFL
The Bills and Browns played a sad football game on Sunday, but perhaps it's not their fault the NFL invites mediocrity.
The Mystery of Lake Erie's Toxic Algae Deepens
Lake Erie's algae blooms can't be explained by phosphorus alone.
How Fertilizer Is Poisoning the Water Supply of 400,000 People
The water supplying Toldeo, Ohio, has turned a sickly shade of Satanic vomit-green.
LeBron James, Toxic Algal Bloom Are Both Returning to Cleveland
We learned today that northern Ohio is getting two familiar things back pretty soon.
Massive, Destructive Algal Blooms May Be Lake Erie's New Normal
Blame climate change, agriculture, and inability to learn lessons.