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Though it’s often believed that roughly half of all marriages end in divorce, the national divorce rate has actually been declining since its peak in the 70’s and 80’s.

As for why, many point to the corresponding drop in marriage rates and the increasing median age of those tying the knot for the first time.

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After lunching on local eats, make your way down the street for a little shopping, including neighboring boutiques Room Service and Salty Not Sweet stocked with handmade local goods.While you’re out and about, take an Instagram in front of the #Clevelandmural and check in at Ohio City Moto or Tabletop Board Game Café before grabbing a drink, dinner, or skip off to mainstays like Mitchell’s, Soho, and ABC the Tavern.Since the Western Reserve School of Cooking -- Hudson’s beloved culinary school -- brought its new outpost to CLE, it's ushered in a steady stream of experts from the partnering incubator Cleveland Culinary Launch and Kitchen to talk shop.With the addition of Kitchen 216, Downtown now has more culinary class opportunities than ever.Post-visit, treat yourselves to some macarons and maybe some grower Champagne over at Coquette Patisserie.

This 1920s bowling alley-turned-music venue has a fully stocked bar offering everything from rock concerts to salsa dancing and comedy on two stages.The pop-up events span genres, bringing in everyone from the authors of major motion picture adaptations to beer scribes, and even setting up in places like boxing rings.It don’t mean a thing if you’re a novice or an expert jitterbug: You’re welcome at Get Hep Swing’s dance parties on the second Friday of every month in Lakewood, and last Saturday of every month in Waterloo.Here are some legitimately great Cleveland date ideas that let you take the best advantage of your own backyard.Explore the contemporary art museum’s sleek new building on the first Saturday of the month, when all exhibits are free to the public.Bonus: Nibble on snacks from the attached restaurant, Provenance, manned by the illustrious chef Doug Katz.