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Little Italy - photo Bob Perkoski
Mention Little Italy to a Clevelander and you are likely to be regaled with stories of Neapolitan-style pizza, veal parm and creamy gelato. That's expected as this historic neighborhood has been home to Italian immigrants for generations. But dig a little deeper and you'll discover a lively borough where students, artists, families and visitors peaceably coexist. Second only to the restaurants in popularity are the area's art galleries and studios. Nearly two dozen galleries can be found along the charming brick lanes, with the highest concentration taking up residence in a converted brick schoolhouse. Close to University Circle and its medical, cultural and educational institutions, Little Italy is a natural choice for students and staffers of those institutions to live, eat and play.
reps from prior convention host cities offer tips on how best to leverage the big show
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Tampa Bay successfully hosted the Republicans in 2012, and Denver hosted the Democrats four years before that.
decided to reach out to representatives from each city to see if our fair city could glean some best practices on how to pull off a successful -- and inclusive -- convention.
while sports are fun, gay games will leave a positive legacy long after closing ceremony
Thursday, August 14, 2014
As the 2014 Gay Games play out with eclectic events all over town, it becomes clear how they will leave a lasting positive effect on the host city of Cleveland. Uniting beneath a banner of inclusion, collaboration and unity, participants and sponsors establish a spirit that will endure long after the lights have dimmed and the last athlete has left the track.
putting art at the heart of neighborhood redevelopment
Lee Chilcote and Nicole Rupersberg
Thursday, June 19, 2014
Artists are often the first to move into urban neighborhoods, and also the first to move out when rents escalate. Yet in the post-recession landscape, many communities are working with artists to transform blight, engage residents and reimagine their neighborhoods.
from bust to boom: how the city's brand is on the rise, within our borders and beyond
Thursday, June 19, 2014
There has been a flood of new businesses that tout the city through an assortment of Cleveland-themed apparel and products or by integrating the city name right into the company’s branding. Many point to the recent recession as the dawn of this entrepreneurial movement, which coincided with a newfound pride of place.
rediscovering your hometown? there's an app for that
Thursday, May 15, 2014
Sometimes, even the most adventurous resident can grow a little too comfortable living in the same city after a while. But one can always find something new to discover if we just dig a little deeper. Lucky for us, a number of smartphone apps will help the explorer in all of us get reacquainted with the city we call home.
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reimagining cle tour highlights benefits of citywide grant program
Cleveland Neighborhood Progress
recently offered a tour of its
projects to showcase its successes and solicit ideas for the future of the program, which funds projects that reutilize vacant land for gardens, orchards, parks and ...
blazing saddle cycle to open second location in little italy, across from new rising star coffee
community group rolls out clean and green trailer to help with neighborhood beautification projects
rising star coffee to open second location in long-vacant building in little italy
cleveland announces plans to add 70 miles of bikeways by 2017, but more work remains
cleveland neighborhood progress makes key hire to lead citywide advocacy efforts
cleveland neighborhood progress launches city life tours to highlight urban vibrancy
noaca director touts bikes, multi-modal transportation in annual address
modern-day home ec school agrarian collective teaches the 'hows of the home'
right school right now launches bold campaign to inform families about school choice
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who's hiring in cle: ganeden biotech, youth opportunities unlimited, opusone...
Welcome to the latest edition of
Who’s Hiring in Cleveland?
There are plenty of good jobs to be found here in Cleveland. This is the latest installment in a new regular series of posts in which we feature companies that are hiring, what those ...
bad girl ventures readies launch of fall business plan competition
techpint event touches on lessons learned from business failures
entrepreneur turns to botanicals for growing cocktail-elixir business
business is booming in little italy thanks to slew of new openings
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'courage fund' created to help cleveland kidnap survivors
The brave escape of three women held captive in a Cleveland home has garnered a philanthropic response from local political and business entities.
Cleveland Courage Fund
was established by Cleveland City Council members Brian Cummins, Matt Zone ...
program connects students with opportunities in own backyard
county vote-off secures grants for two large-scale arts projects
'gardens that teach' contest imparts to local students the importance of healthy eating
beachland owner launches new nonprofit to preserve and promote city's rock scene
attorney general holder touts united way help line during cleveland high school event
creative fusion brings global artists to cleveland to leave lasting impression
saint luke's foundation eyes greater impact with narrower but deeper grantmaking strategy
roots of american music brings music education into low-income schools
innovative program helps neighborhoods fight foreclosure and blight
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university study ranks cities' walkability; cleveland in top 10
In a recently released report by the Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at George Washington University School of Business in conjunction with Smart Growth America, the 30 largest U.S. cities were ranked by how walkable they are. This is key ...
Source: CBS News
#thisiscle promo video goes viral in 3- 2- 1...
Source: Positively Cleveland
cleveland, the next brooklyn, says forbes
new study on regionalism comes at ideal time, says next city
Source: Next City
d.c. streets covers major policy shift at local planning agency
Source: DC Streets Blog
ny times gives ink to new rust belt mag 'belt'
Source: New York Times
zillow calls cleveland a 'hotspot for singles'
huffpo discusses vacant school building uses
Source: Huffington Post
greater cleveland rta's ridership gains championed in rail mag
Source: Progressive Railroading
vision for local food system outlined in artsy animation
Source: Sustainable Cleveland
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