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Public Square Protest - LAND studio’s Landform public art series

Future so bright: Five public art projects brightening Cleveland's landscape

Fresh Water scoured the city in search of public art. It didn't take us long to find five new public art installments that add a little character and color to the skyline. Check them out here.

ODOT’s new Towpath Trail segment

PHOTOS: Exploring the new section of the Towpath Trail and beyond

The ever-evolving Towpath Trail now includes a small but mighty quarter-mile stretch from Sokolowski's University Inn to Hart Crane Park (near Merwin's Wharf) with a passageway under the Inner Belt Bridge. 

Creative fun with VR at WMCF

Crafting a new (virtual) reality for Cleveland

Meet the movers and shakers who are putting Cleveland on the map for the next wave of technology innovation.

Solar eclipse of August 21, 2017 at Edgewater Park

PHOTOS: Scenes from the solar soiree at Edgewater Park

The Associated Press called it "the most-observed and most-photographed eclipse in history," and Edgewater Park certainly played its part in that—attracting thousands of Northeast Ohioans for a lively lakefront watch party. 

Remi at Welcome House

An extra helping hand for foster care children with extra-special needs

Most children who come into Cuyahoga County's foster care program have been traumatized to some degree. But for kids who are LGBTQ or have intellectual developmental disabilities and are victims of violence, the trauma can be even greater. These programs aim to help those young people with special circumstances thrive in foster care and life. 

Cleveland: Come Together

Forget the Hastily Made Cleveland Tourism Video—this Destination Cleveland marketing video shows the real deal.

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