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Asian Festival

A perfect slice of Cleveland: AsiaTown

Fresh Water contributor Rebecca Groynom offers up a perfect slice of Cleveland with an insider's tour of AsiaTown.

Gary Horvath owner of the Old Angle Boxing Gym

The Pope of West 25th Street

The story behind a mini documentary produced by Justin Glanville and Paul Vogelsang about the man behind the Old Angle Boxing Gym on West 25th Street.

Tanya Holmes grandkids helping out at  Ka-La Healing Garden

Urban farms: small but mighty

Tucked into unlikely corners across the city, small urban farmers aim to turn food deserts into oases of fresh produce and community engagement.

Ballot Box project voting at the Slovenian Workmen's Home

Collinwood Ballot Box projects got out the vote, now get underway

In an unusual community vote, some 520 Collinwood residents chose nine Ballot Box art projects from a field of more than 30. The eclectic efforts will begin unfurling in the north coast neighborhood as soon as this month.

Keith Sutton of Sutton Development Group (left) with business partner Dave Territo (right) and Adam Davenport, head of EcoVillage Development (center)

Tiny Homes Take Shape in EcoVillage

A tiny home project in Detroit Shoreway's EcoVillage sparks controversy, attracts admirers.


Design for Cleveland Cyclewerks by CIA student  Hsuan Fu Wan

Cleveland muscle: art on wheels

From screamin' sports cars to towering monster trucks, Cleveland is host to unique design stories born on the wings of transportation.

Connie Shultz

Q & A: Connie Schultz

The nationally syndicated columnist chats about the state of feminism in America, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump and all those VP whispers surrounding her husband.

The Fixers

"The Fixers" will offer contrast amid RNC preparations

The Fixers, a series of short films that will be presented in SPACES next month, offers street-level tours Clevelanders would give RNC delegates if given the chance.

Hilton Cleveland Downtown

Five alive: A handful of projects set to show off Cleveland's boom to RNC visitors

Fresh Water updates five major development projects that will prove to conventioneers this July that Cleveland is a city on the move.

Ludgate Road exemplifies the neighborhood vibe with its sidewalks and front porches

The next must-live Greater Cleveland neighborhood is...

With affordable housing stock and easy access to amenities, the Moreland district in Shaker Heights is a tiny grid of streets that's poised to take off courtesy of a pending tax abatement program.

Sean Ammirati

New book, "The Science of Growth," models startup success

Venture capitalist and Cleveland native Sean Ammirati's new book from St. Martin's Press delves into Facebook's success over Friendster, McDonald's Golden Arches towering over White Castle and how Gmail smashed Hotmail.

Gregory Peckham

One on one with LAND Studio's Gregory Peckham

Meet Gregory Peckham, managing director of LAND Studio, a nonprofit with the mission to connect people through public art, sustainable building and design, collaborative planning, and dynamic programming.

St. Michael the Archangel Church, Scranton Road

PHOTOS: 25 angels, fantastical beasts and stone-faced observers

Fresh Water invites readers to enjoy this unique round-up of neighbors that you've likely never met even though they've been around longer than the oldest Clevelander you know.

W65th & Detroit

A perfect slice of Cleveland: Detroit Shoreway

Fresh Water contributor Kim Palmer offers up a perfect slice of Cleveland as she gives you an insider's tour of her corner of the world: Detroit Shoreway.
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