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View of Downtown from the RTA bridge

Riding the rails of the (future) Red Line Greenway

The proposed three-mile trail and linear park along the rapid tracks could be one of the most transformational projects the city has seen in years. Learn more at a public meeting next week.

Rose Corrick of Art of Cloth

Tri-C business program elevates small companies to new levels of success

The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small  Businesses initiative has brought new jobs and economic opportunity to Northeast Ohio in its first three years.

Commissioner Pete Gerken

Six Ohio cities to share immigrant-attracting best practices

An immigration proposal with local ties has connected groups statewide in the battle for brainpower.

The Cleveland Flea

This weekend in Cleveland: Greek Fest, East Meets West and more

This weekend, enjoy authentic Greek food at Tremont Greek Fest, indulge in brunch at Hingetown’s May Market, tear it up at East Meets West's 2015 Game of S-K-A-T-E and more.

RTA Cedar - University Rapid Station

RTA facing challenges as it grows ridership alongside communities

Financial cuts and aging infrastructure require creativity for a transit authority seeking to connect riders to new and improved rapid transit stations.

Gadi Zamir of Negative Space Gallery

Israeli-born artist provokes and inspires through Negative Space Studio and Gallery

Wood burning artist Gadi Zamir uses the space as his own studio as well as a place to host events and display many prominent artists.

Kara Cox

Three ways to keep housing affordable for artists

First, help policy makers understand the role of the artist in urban vitality.

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Tremont

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.