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Thriving in Fairfax: How Karamu House got its groove back

At Karamu House, necessity has been the mother of reinvention. Several years ago, the renowned 103-year-old performing arts institute was struggling to sustain itself amid funding and administrative challenges, but thanks to a laser-focused strategic plan, Karamu House is starting off the next 100 years on the right note—branding its rebirth as “Karamu 2.0.”

 Shannon Okey at her booth at Cleveland Bazaar Valentine 2018

For Midwest makers, there's no place like Cleveland Bazaar

Fourteen years in, the Cleveland Bazaar has evolved from a one-day holiday sale at Derek Hess' studio into Cleveland’s longest-running independent craft show.

Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus

Heights Libraries decides to give Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus a chance

The Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus and the nonprofit groups working out of the building will remain in the former Coventry School building after Heights Libraries opts to buy the property from the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District for $1, saving the grounds from possible commercial development.

(Brite) Winter is coming

This Saturday, February 24, the ninth installment of Cleveland's Brite Winter music and arts festival sets up shop in the West Bank of the Flats with what executive director Brian Horsburgh calls its biggest headliner yet: Atlas Genius. Check out this fun preview video from Destination Cleveland, then read our coverage for a sneak peek of the frigid fun in store.


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Waterloo + Collinwood

This former blue-collar and ethnic neighborhood is emerging as one of Cleveland's latest comeback stories. Anchored by one of the country's top live-music venues, the Beachland Ballroom, and one of the city's most robust arts organizations, Arts Collinwood, this lakeside community is experiencing a resurgence. The combination of affordable housing, a burgeoning arts community, and easy access to downtown Cleveland has been attracting out-of-state artists hungry for a higher quality of life. A flush of new businesses are expected to open en masse in late 2014 and early 2015. 







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