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Max Hayes instructor Anthony Kazel, a 40-year veteran of the school's machine shop with student Devonta Edmonds

Area groups strive to produce the next generation of skilled laborers

As shop class disappears from American classrooms, local efforts to build a pipeline of young manufacturing talent remain strong. 

The Refugee Services Collaborative is a group of Cleveland organizations joined to better serve the refugees resettling in Northeast Ohio

Reshaping the Rust Belt through immigrant talent

America's former industrial heartland, which includes Cleveland and nearby cities like Detroit, Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, looks to reclaim its past through the attraction of foreign-born residents. 

Ingenuity Fest 2014

This weekend in Cleveland: Ingenuity Festival and more

This weekend, explore IngenuityFest, check out Walk All Over Waterloo, get cultured at International Cleveland Community Day at CMA, view short films at Ohio City Film Festival and more. 

One of the reading rooms at CPL

Seven wonders of the Cleveland Public Library

Marking its 90th birthday, the Cleveland Public Library consistently ranks as one of the top rated libraries in the nation as a place that is both innovative and inviting.

Night Market

Night Market Cleveland brings the nighttime culture of Taiwan and China to Cleveland

Along with promoting Asiatown and Asian culture in Cleveland, Night Market Cleveland is helping launch the careers of a small army of entrepreneurs and artists.

Yo-Yo champ Colin Beckford

International yo-yo champion calls Cleveland home

At just 15 years old, Colin Beckford has the moves when it comes to his yo-yo. In fact, he is an international champion in the sport.

Inspiring stories from The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation: Igor Sikorsky

The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation shares inspiring stories that showcase change makers and the possibilities for future progress. Climb inside the Sikorsky VS-300, the first fully functioning helicopter.


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Shaker Lake - photo Bob Perkoski

Shaker Heights

The homes of Shaker Heights are known to be some of the most striking in the country, boasting a real estate catalogue's worth of Tudors and Georgians. Gardens dripping with life and color beckon neighbors to pause and visit while walking their children to elementary school. Originally a planned garden city for early commuters, the verdant region has numerous parks, lakes and natural attractions. This tight-knit community of 30,000 blossomed in the early 20th century thanks to its pair of light-rail lines that connect its residents to downtown and the Cleveland airport. On the border of Cleveland and Shaker Heights, you'll find Shaker Square and Larchmere, trendy arts-minded strips filled with boutiques, restaurants and galleries.