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Detroit Shoreway

Detroit Shoreway - photo Bob Perkoski

Like many historic neighborhoods, this once-thriving community hemorrhaged residents over the past few decades. But thanks in no small part to Gordon Square Arts District and Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization, the neighborhood is one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in Cleveland. Long-standing anchors like Cleveland Public Theatre and the recently restored Capitol Theatre are now joined by a bevy of new shops, bars, restaurants and entertainment outlets -- all of which are linked by bike lanes. The Cleveland EcoVillage is a national demonstration project for ecologically responsible urban living, with eco-friendly construction and transit-oriented living.
 

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Food's up at The Rib Cage

Dive into Cleveland's culinary consciousness with five ethnic hot spots

Fresh Water toured some of Cleveland's lesser-known places for authentic ethnic eats at an affordable price and found bibimbap, tandoori chicken and smoked brisket, just to name a few.

Case Manager Shelly Bishop workis with Erik Wells, trainee in the Vocational Training Center program in Cornucopia's state-of-the-art commercial kitchen

In the Interest of good: Social enterprises that make an impact, inspire community change

Social enterprises strive to not only raise money, but to also make a change in the communities and the people's lives they serve.

Graffiti Garages at Spang Mountain

Grassroots crowdfunding platform ioby makes Cleveland its new backyard

The non-profit ioby will open offices in Cleveland this March to help grassroots community improvement efforts get off the ground.

Winter sledding in the Cleveland Metroparks

Metroparks' Emerald Necklace glitters with activity the year round

Whether the mild winter continues or Jack Frost breathes chilly air over us and lays a snowy blanket beneath us, the Cleveland Metroparks offers a host of activities for people of all ages and abilities throughout the winter months.  

W. 73rd St underpass grand opening

W. 73rd Street underpass brings new access to the city's greatest asset: Lake Erie

A long time in the planning, the W. 73rd Street underpass gives Detroit Shoreway residents east access to lakefront gems.
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Detroit Shoreway Founders

andy halko

andy halko

City: Detroit Shoreway
Meet Andy Halko, founder of Insivia.
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