It might be April Fool's Day but it's also Dyngus Day, historically a Polish-American tradition that celebrates the end of the restrictive observance of Lent and the joy of Easter.
Cleveland is no stranger to Dyngus Day will parades, celebrations and lots of great Polish food.
By translation, Dyngus means "worthy, proper or suited."
One of the places to be on this Dyngus Day is Sokolowski's in Tremont.
Co-owner Mary Balbier joined us Monday night to talk about Dyngus Day.