An Amazing Staycation Is Just a Quick Car Ride Away

Why take a staycation? Because it’s cheap way to take a vacation and it could uncover some amazing things you didn’t even realize were in your neighborhood. And simply having a car opens you to so many staycation options and weekend getaway ideas. Whenever I travel somewhere new, I check out the city’s top attractions on TripAdvisor. It’s a great help when there’s so much you could do but so … Continue reading

Happy Hanukkah from RightTurn!

Happy Hanukkah! Cleveland winters can be brutal, so I totally get the appeal of spending Hanukkah in Santa Monica. But alas, I’ll be right here in Cleveland all Hanukkah and winter long, so I’ll have to settle for enjoying the song. What, you haven’t heard Tom Lehrer’s “(I’m Spending) Hanukkah in Santa Monica”? You’re in luck! Here’s a recording of local Cleveland choir ensemble Quire Cleveland performing it: Wherever you’re … Continue reading

5 Car Technologies That Will Amaze You

This time of year is an exciting time for auto enthusiasts to experience the next generation of vehicles. Auto shows across the country display the most innovative designs showcasing today’s cars and what tomorrow’s cars might look like. Who knows if or when we’ll be flying our cars, but here are five car technologies that we won’t have to speculate about for much longer and are likely to make it … Continue reading

The Guardians of Traffic

What if I told you that there is a bridge in Cleveland that has extra eyes on the road for you? By the renowned West Side Market, immense and iconic Art Deco statues watch over the daily traffic that passes over the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge. The Guardians of Traffic were created in 1932 by sculptor Harry Hering and architect Frank Walker. These massive statues have become famous symbols in Cleveland and are … Continue reading

The Cleveland Auto Show Starts Tomorrow

If you’re in the market for a new vehicle, there’s a great way to scope out your options: the Cleveland Auto Show. It’s at the International Exposition (I-X) Center March 7–15, and it’s only $13 to attend. I’ve gone to auto shows my whole life to see all the new cars, but I never really realized that people go there to look at their buying options. Which now that I … Continue reading

Happy Browns Monday!

Living in Cleveland, there’s one thing you must do at least once on a fall Sunday: tailgate for the Cleveland Browns. Tailgating is notorious for people drinking, running around, and being silly. Cleveland tailgaters don’t disappoint as far as that goes, but there are also some family-friendly options too. There is usually a section roped off where kids can play corn hole or throw a ball around without the threat … Continue reading

Hungry? Read About Our Top 5 CLE Food Trucks Here!

I’ll be the first to admit it—I love to chow down. Getting a bite to eat and catching up with friends is definitely one of my favorite pastimes. And one of the hottest ways to do so in Cleveland is right up RightTurn’s alley: food trucks. There are so many options for fresh, fun, and local food! Here’s my top 5 suggestions for food trucks in the Cleveland area. 1. … Continue reading

Do your ears hang low…

…do they wobble to and fro. That’s the song that played from the ice cream truck growing up in my neighborhood. Telling everyone that it’s summer time. Come out and play! It was always a race to track down the ice cream truck, to learn the route, and to make sure you had enough babysitting money to buy your favorite treat. The guys of Ice Cream Expedition are on a … Continue reading

Wash Me! Cleveland Car Wash Review.

You know when you see those cars that have “wash me” written through the dust and dirt caked on the windows and sides of the car? Well, it sure is a lot more fun to see it written on other people’s cars than on your own. Looking at my own car and seeing that it was desperately screaming “wash me”, I decided to check out Cleveland Hot List of car … Continue reading

Bringing Glamour to Cleveland Streets

So this article has little to do with tires, but we’re just so excited that we’re writing it anyway. It does have to do with the streets (streets, tires, close, right?) encompassing Cleveland’s Playhouse Square. Tonight, Clevelanders can witness the ceremonial lighting of a 20-foot-tall chandelier 24 feet above Euclid Avenue and East 14th Street. That’s right, a chandelier. Playhouse Square is our very own theater district. It’s “the country’s … Continue reading