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Tremont - Photo Bob Perkoski

For 20 years, this hamlet's art galleries, studios and boutiques have been rolling out the red carpet for art lovers during its monthly Tremont ArtWalks. That the affair has survived so long is testament to the quantity and quality of creative folks who live and work in the area. Tremont is well regarded as the heart of Cleveland's thriving culinary scene -- it is, after all, where Michael Symon opened Lola. Fast on his heels came restaurants manned by notable chefs with names like Bruell, Whalen and Boccuzzi. Diverse yet cooperative, Tremont attracts residents by the handful thanks to walkable streets, community gardens, dog parks, and convivial coffee shops.

Features

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.  

The La Salle Theater on 185th Street

From guitar picks to pop-ups: the top Fresh Water stories of 2015

A lot has happened this year in Cleveland. From new businesses to innovative ideas,  Fresh Water looks back at the top 10 stories of 2015.

Willey Ave looking North near the Fairmont Creamery

A road less traveled: The attempted revival of Willey Avenue

Willey Avenue connects Tremont and Ohio City, but the often-forgotten street needs repairs and renovations to keep up with the demands of a growing residential neighborhood.

Aeneas Alldredge's drum class at John F. Kennedy High School’s Ełagle Academy

Taking Root: Five new residents share how they came, or came back, to CLE and why they love it

Whether they grew up here and left or are just experiencing Cleveland for the first time, five residents share why they came here and what they love about the city.

The Flat East Bank Apartments

Urban living at its finest: New apartments create a neighborly feel, embrace the city's assets

The latest apartments and lofts in Tremont, Flats East Bank and Detroit Shoreway each offer the expected high-end amenities and a modern yet industrial feel. But developers like to emphasize how they are helping to create new neighborhoods and celebrating the city and waterfront. 
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Tremont Founders

brian stone

brian stone

City: Tremont
Meet Brian Stone, founder of Two Ravens Fencing School.
aaron lemieux

aaron lemieux

City: Tremont
Meet Aaron LeMieux, founder of Tremont Electric.
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