Cleveland might be facing a few rainy days, but there's plenty to do that'll keep you dry (unless you're planning to see the Indians on Friday— but what's a few clouds when you get to attend the home opener?).
If you'd rather not be outside, the annual edible books festival is happening at Loganberry Books. There's a few choice concerts coming up, too: metal band Quiet Riot, soul singer Antoine Dunn, and the FiveOne Experimental Orchestra— take your pick.
But, if the rain has you down, just remind yourself: At least it's not snow.
Have a good one, Cleveland, and GO TRIBE!
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