Many magazines articles are available full-text from Google Book Search.
This a list of periodicals that focus on Cleveland, or often contain articles about Cleveland. Some of these periodicals are available in Ritter Library in print form, and others are available online via one of the OhioLINK or Ritter Library database subscriptions. Use this list if you are wanting to find a particular article in one of these periodicals, are wanting to search for articles by topic in one of these periodicals, or if you just want to browse one of these periodicals. If you want to do research across many different periodicals on a specific topic relating to the history of Cleveland, use one of the databases listed on the Databases tab.
Cleveland Scene (2008 - present)
Cleveland Scene was created by the merger of Scene and Free Times in July 2008.
Northern Ohio Live (1980 - May 15, 2009)
OhioLINK holdings of Northern Ohio Live
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