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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.

Mimeo Revolution

This weekend in Cleveland: Mimeo Revolution Artist Book + Zine Fair and more

This weekend, check out the zine scene at MOCA, drop in at Night Market Cleveland, attend Pecha Kucha Volume 26, support the nonprofit CAN Journal and more.

Blue Arrow Records and Boutique

Cleveland area record stores hitting their groove

It's no secret that vinyl sales are on the rise across the country, fueled by disenchantment with digital listening. Cleveland is a vinyl hotbed, boasting an impressive 11 record stores.

Go Ape treetop and zipline course, Mill Stream Run Reservation

From high-flying adventure to hidden secrets: the Metroparks' top 10 discoveries

An obstacle course amid the treetops, miles of mountain bike trail and a mysterious 130-year-old rock? We've got that and then some: Fresh Water Cleveland has rounded up ten of the Metroparks' best hidden gems, quirky trails and thrilling courses.

Mohammad Noormal

Afghan refugee leads game-changing urban farm

Mohammad Noormal, who resettled in Cleveland in 2014, now leads the Learning Garden and Production Farm at Urban Community School.


One World Festival at the Curtural Gardens

This weekend in Cleveland: World Festival, Inkubator and more

This weekend, celebrate the cultures that make up Northeast Ohio at Cleveland World Festival, experience a fusion of Asian food and culture at Night Market, embrace the power of writing at Cleveland Inkubator and more.

Cleveland State University in the Campus District

The next must-live Cleveland neighborhood is...

Urban, connected and on the move, the Campus District is poised to take off with more than $260 million pouring into this scant square mile of diverse territory.

Johnathan Streeter and Zoe McClain-Ferrell checking out  the Stoop Slides constructed by MOOS

Playing for keeps: 'Making Our Own Space' initiative puts design in the hands of youth

Parks and other play spaces are designed for young people, yet youth are seldom asked for their input. A new initiative engages Cleveland kids in design and encourages them to consider careers in this area.


The Rage On crew taking a break

Making the move from startup to scaleup

Local entrepreneurs and experts share the pinnacles and pitfalls of transitioning from startup mode to growth mode.

University Circle - photo Bob Perkoski

This weekend in Cleveland: Circle Trek walking tour and more

This weekend, take a historic walking tour of University Circle, support cancer research at the VeloSano Bike to Cure, compete for cash prizes at The American Institute of Architects sandcastle and volleyball competition, relax with Sunday yoga at Edgewater Beach and more.

James Levin working with a client in his office at the Famicos Foundation

Legal clinic helps people expunge criminal pasts

Entrepreneur James Levin, who has always balanced his arts and cultural impresario endeavors with a law career defending the poor and disenfranchised, has opened a legal clinic in Glenville.
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