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StartMart

Taking Cleveland's entrepreneurial community to a higher level

StartMart, the vision of serial entrepreneur Charles Stack, aims to create the kind of environment that will propel startups to success.

CIA PRISM convocation ceremony 2015 welcoming new students

CIA celebrates campus unification in vibrant Uptown district

For the first time in four decades, CIA is united under one roof, opening a whole new set of possibilities for the innovative art school.

The under-construction Hilton Cleveland Downtown

Building Cleveland's hotel industry for the RNC and beyond

Hoteliers and tourism officials recently convened at Tri-C to discuss best practices in workforce development as Cleveland heads toward next summer's Republican convention.

The May Dugan Center

In gentrifying Ohio City, helping the ones who need it most

Not everyone's feeling the craft food boom in Ohio City. The nonprofit May Dugan Center has anchored the corner of Fulton and Bridge for 46 years, helping poor residents meet their basic needs.

Lubrizol employs several dozen immigrant employees in a wide range of technical, commercial and functional roles

Can becoming a 'global employer' expand Cleveland's talent base?

An upcoming Global Cleveland event will encourage area companies to share best practices in hiring foreign-born brainpower.

Welcome Week

Cleveland's immigrant population to get a shout-out during Welcome Week

The September events will celebrate the contributions of immigrants and entrepreneurs to their communities.

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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.