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Breaking GroundStocked Pop collection that people can mix and match whatever flavors they prefer

The sweet life: Business is starting to "pop" for Daisy Cakes

It was Amy Mucha’s love for koalas that drew her into the baking business. Knowing that Mucha is obsessed with the animal, her mother-in-law bought her a book on how to make cake pops for Christmas in 2011—simply based on the fact the book had instructions on how to make koala cake pops.

Feature StorySuperman House

The 8 most interesting houses in Cleveland, second edition

In a city with architecture as unique as the people who call it home, we decided it was time to take another look at some of Cleveland’s most unique houses. From a pre-Civil war homestead to an ultra-modern villa, all eight of these local homes have a captivating story to tell.

Feature StoryWomen in History

Baroque music, pioneers in history & modern drama: CAC partners go big to celebrate women in March

March is Women’s History Month—a time to celebrate the achievements and contributions of women through the years. Many Cuyahoga Arts and Culture (CAC) partners are taking the month to heart with meaningful projects that spotlight iconic women through drama, music, and historical recreations. Find out how Women in History, Dobama Theatre, and Burning River Baroque are making Women's History Month 2019 one to remember.

Street LevelLauren R. Welch and Enlightened Solutions co-founders Chinenye Nkemere and Bethany Studenic

How two Clevelanders are tackling workplace inequity and bullying with The Scarlet Letters Project

Bullying doesn’t stop at school—workplace bullying is on the rise, with more than 60 million U.S. workers affected. Yet the U.S. is the only industrialized Western nation not to have laws against abusive workplace conduct. In light of that reality, Lauren Welch and Bethany Studenic are making it their mission to combat toxic workplace culture with The Scarlet Letters Project.

Breaking GroundOhio City Farm’s workers from The Refugee Empowerment Agricultural Program

Ohio City Farm is thinking Spring with CSA enrollment and new offerings

The growing season at Ohio City Farm is just over two months away, and this week, farmers with Refugee Response are starting to plant the seeds for the ninth year on the six-acre farm—offering up the harvests to more than 20 local restaurants and members of the farm’s CSA program.

BuzzThe Cuyahoga County event will be held on April 30.

Civics Essential Game Hour: 16 libraries host fun, fact-filled evenings with trivia and prizes

If you love Jeopardy and want to test your knowledge about local and national laws, join your neighbors at a participating library for an hour of friendly competition.

Breaking GroundSquad Fiftyone Pet Medical Transportation

Three years and 800 rides later, Squad FiftyOne is Cleveland's go-to transport for pet emergencies

Yalanda Medina is a rescue woman—a rescuer of pets in need. In 2016, she started her pet emergency medical response company Squad FiftyOne on Cleveland’s east side—one of only a few such companies in the country.

BuzzStop the Hate

Help Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage "Stop the Hate" this Thursday

Each year, the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage sponsors a “Stop the Hate Youth Speak Out” essay writing contest—designed to empower youth in grades six through 12 to confront issues such as racism, homophobia, ableism, and xenophobia. This Thursday, March 14, this year's winners will be announced at a special ceremony that is free and open to the public.

Breaking Groundwho's hiring

Who's Hiring in CLE: Morgan Conservatory, Kamm's Corners Dev Corp, Youth Job Fair, FreshWater CLE...

Welcome to the latest edition of FreshWater Cleveland's “Who’s Hiring” series, where we feature growing companies with open positions, what they’re looking for, and how to apply. This installment includes jobs from FreshWater, Morgan Conservatory, Kamm's Corners Dev Corp, Famicos Foundation, Cleveland Foundation, Cleveland Restoration Society, and more. Click here for the freshest job opportunities fit to print.

Feature StoryCleveland Public Library Main Branch Downtown

A new chapter: Cleveland Public Library prepares for the next 150 years

The "People's University" will enter its next era with an ambitious, library-wide revitalization project and a yearlong CPL150 celebration, along with the announcement that it will now be fine-free.

Feature StoryDayGloSho 7 Opening Reception at Waterloo Arts

PHOTOS: On your marks, get set, glow! Peek inside the fluorescent fun of the Waterloo Arts DayGloSho

See the DayGloSho through the eyes of our managing photographer Bob Perkoski, who captured this Cleveland tradition in all its neon glory.

Breaking GroundSipt café

Cheers! Sipt café serves up healthy food and drink with an extra boost for what ails you

Carina Grenier opened Sipt in February to give customers a healthy, fresh option for fueling up in Beachwood's fitness plaza.

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Cleveland's collection of world-class arts institutions would be a boon for a city of any size. For nearly a century the Cleveland Museum of Art has served as one of the finest galleries in all the land, recently made all the better thanks to a just-completed $350-million transformation. Rubbing ...

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During the day, downtown Cleveland functions as the governmental, commercial and legal nucleus of Cuyahoga County. Daily, tens of thousands of people commute here to work at law firms, banks, insurance companies and in municipal offices. At the end of the day, many of those people get in cars or hop ...