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Darrell Branch of Heights Music Shop

Cleveland insiders: the secrets to keeping it local

From lumber to antique books and vintage guitars, local businesses share their secrets to success amid big box competition, financial pressures and changing times.

Food's up at The Rib Cage

Dive into Cleveland's culinary consciousness with five ethnic hot spots

Fresh Water toured some of Cleveland's lesser-known places for authentic ethnic eats at an affordable price and found bibimbap, tandoori chicken and smoked brisket, just to name a few.

L to R: Sam Vaughn, Neighborhood Change Agent; Rohnell Robinson, Peacemaker Ambassador; and Devone Boggan

Devone Boggan

Devone Boggan is the Director of the Office of Neighborhood Safety in Richmond, California, a non-law enforcement government agency with a specific focus to reduce firearm assaults and associated death by engaging the very people most at-risk. 

We Can Code IT holds coding boot camps aimed at getting women and minorities careers in high-paying IT fields

Coding boot camps are helping to fill open computer jobs in Cleveland

Boot-camp style computer coding courses are rapidly growing alongside Northeast Ohio's tech sector. 

Case Manager Shelly Bishop workis with Erik Wells, trainee in the Vocational Training Center program in Cornucopia's state-of-the-art commercial kitchen

In the Interest of good: Social enterprises that make an impact, inspire community change

Social enterprises strive to not only raise money, but to also make a change in the communities and the people's lives they serve.

Itís Time to Talk Forum on Race 2014

Enter YWCA's It's Time to Talk Forum on Race essay contest

Deadline extended! Write an essay about why an open and honest discussion about race is important for the YMCA Greater Cleveland's Time to Talk Forum on Race.

Amy Martin

Why I won't write emails like a man

Amy Martin posted an essay on LinkedIn, which quickly went viral.

Graffiti Garages at Spang Mountain

Grassroots crowdfunding platform ioby makes Cleveland its new backyard

The non-profit ioby will open offices in Cleveland this March to help grassroots community improvement efforts get off the ground.

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Stay informed with Republican National Convention news

Sign up for the Commmunity Update to stay informed with the Republican National Convention Host Committee.

Alta House

Renovation of Little Italy's historic Alta House is a win-win for all involved

Alta House needed a new social mission and Cleveland Montessori needed a new home. The two came up with the perfect solution.

taxes

Ask a CPA your really dumb tax questions

With tax season looming, CWRU research associate Amar Desai bugs his wife Deval, a CPA, with some questions.

Rock Hard Guitar Pics

Rock Hard featured on WKYC

Last May, Fresh Water published a story on Jerry Mearini and the Rock Hard Guitar Picks he developed, combining his love of rock and roll with his physics knowledge. Our media partner WKYC Channel 3 picked up the story.

Joe Cimperman

Q & A with Joe Cimperman, new president of Global Cleveland

As he transitions from 18 years on city council to president of Global Cleveland, Fresh Water asks Joe Cimperman about his tenure, his vision and his love of Cleveland..

Lindsay on a desert safari outside of Dubai in United Arab Emirates

Small World Project documents stories from one woman's 11 month trip around the globe

Lindsay Marissa Osborne traveled the world to find the good in other people and cultures for her Small World Project.

Winter sledding in the Cleveland Metroparks

Metroparks' Emerald Necklace glitters with activity the year round

Whether the mild winter continues or Jack Frost breathes chilly air over us and lays a snowy blanket beneath us, the Cleveland Metroparks offers a host of activities for people of all ages and abilities throughout the winter months.  
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