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Stonebridge Plaza

Baby boomers are flocking to downtown for amenities, community

It's not just millennials who are looking to ditch the suburban doldrums and get in on the urban excitement. Baby boomers have become the fastest-growing group of people migrating to downtown.

Gordon Square

Gordon Square Arts District looks to future after completing $30m capital campaign

Improvements being planned for Gordon Square include a $2 million streetscape extension, redevelopment of Detroit Avenue as an arts corridor, and greater connectivity to the lake and surrounding neighborhoods. 

The new addition to the Cleveland Institute of Art

This weekend in Cleveland: Roadkill Comedy Tour and more

This weekend, laugh with the women of Roadkill Comedy Tour, go for a ride with Critical Mass, embrace your inner animal lover at Alley Cat Project’s fundraiser, boogie with Secret Soul Club and attend a conference at CIA on art and community.

Master Artist and retired professor Ed Parker of Snickerfritz Cultural Workshop for the Arts

Amidst the blight, organizations, citizens fight for future of East Cleveland

News stories about the once prosperous inner-ring suburb and home of Rockefeller have focused on the city’s financial struggles. As it continues to grapple with a reduced revenue stream and funding shortfalls, people and organizations are filling a void. 

cultural gardens

The Cleveland Cultural Gardens: Hidden in plain sight

You've likely driven by the Cultural Gardens many times, but have you stopped and experienced them? Here's the story of one person's discovery of what the Gardens mean, to him and possibly the rest of us too. 


This weekend in Cleveland: CIFF, Fashion Week and more

This weekend, spend the day at the Cleveland International Film Festival, express your style at Cleveland Fashion Week, sip a glass of bubbly at the Week of Wine, and party at Near West Theatre’s annual benefit gala.

Andrew Webster of Swagelok

Cleveland institutions dipping into local talent pool to fill workforce gaps

Schools and businesses are aiming to boost the economy through a regionally-bred pipeline of skilled workers.

Volunteer Group Photo CIFF 2014

Movies, movies, everywhere: A guide to surviving and thriving at the film fest

Cracking open this year's film fest guide can feel like a commitment on par with starting a particularly complex novel. How do you manage the abundance without giving up? Never fear! We've got tips. 

Gadi Zamir artwork at Negative Space Gallery

This weekend in Cleveland: Positive Vibes at Negative Space Gallery and more

This weekend, attend Positive Vibes at Negative Space Gallery, hear Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony at Severance Hall, learn about maple sugaring with the Metroparks and join a conversation about gender and identity at Waterloo Arts. 

Welcome Hub at Heights Libraries Noble Branch

Welcome hubs provide foreign-born with a Cleveland connection

An alliance of local groups are creating one-stop meeting points for refugees and immigrants new to the city.

Teatro Publico de Cleveland's "A Recipe Para La Vida"  CPT production

this weekend in cleveland: teatro publico and much more

This weekend, check out Teatro Publico at CPT, view films by a Swedish master at the Cinematheque, ruminate on Cleveland “then” and “now” at Heights Arts and join the community in brainstorming ways to enhance the Jim Mahon Green in Ohio City. 

El Sistema at Rainey

Join a #FredTalksCLE discussion about arts education

Arts education programs that teach mastery have the greatest potential to impact child development, yet many urban youth lack access to them. Learn why these programs work and how we can cultivate them in Cleveland.
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