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St. Augustine Child Enrichment Center students in the Pre4CLE program

PRE4CLE aims to close preschool gap

The PRE4CLE program, which was recently recognized by the White House, is halfway to its goal of enrolling 2,000 additional four-year-olds in high-quality preschools in Cleveland.

The Asian Town Center

Asian-born developer promotes cuisine, culture and entrepreneurship

Eric Duong, an entrepreneur born in Vietnam, opened the Asian Town Center with just three tenants in the midst of the recession. Yet today, the development houses 20 businesses with more on the way.

Platform Beer Co

This weekend in Cleveland: Lakewood's front porch concert series and more

This holiday weekend, go on a hot date to Mahall's for music, food and cocktails, visit Platform Brewing in celebration of their first anniversary, enjoy reggae by Carlos Jones at the kickoff of Lakewood’s porch concert series and more.

Edgewater Park Beach

Summertime in the city and by the lake: one in the same in the 216

Now under the wing of the Metroparks, Cleveland's lakefront and riverside green spaces are home to an array of outdoor programs, activities and entertainment options that abound from Edgewater Beach to Wildwood Marina.  

Hyland Software

Cleveland tech companies search for creative ways to fill talent gap

While there are thousands of software development jobs available in Northeast Ohio, skilled code wranglers are not so easy to find. Local firms are finding other means to find and keep new programmers.  

Cleveland Pride Parade

This weekend in Cleveland: Night Market, Pride, Waterloo Arts Fest and more

This weekend, feast on authentic Asian cuisine at the first-ever Night Market, celebrate LGBTQQA progress at Cleveland Pride, explore Waterloo Arts Fest, play free pinball in Coventry and more. 

Detroit skyline

Four cities come together in Detroit to learn & take lessons home

Leaders from Cleveland, Detroit, New Orleans and Durham are meeting this week in Detroit for a second of four meetings to discuss how to increase entrepreneurial activity and connectivity in distressed neighborhoods. The last meeting will occur in Cleveland in June 2016.

Campus International School

Choosing the right school can spell success

A key component of the Cleveland Plan for Transforming Schools is helping families choose the right school. Neighborhood ambassadors are charged with informing the community about school choices.

Startup Scaleup in Gordon Square

Startup Scaleup brings 1,200 entrepreneurs to Gordon Square

JumpStart's inaugural Startup Scaleup offered talks, networking and resources in a day-long event at Gordon Square.

Waterloo

How artists kept 33 Cleveland businesses open through construction chaos

Inspired by a project in the Twin Cities, Waterloo Arts District leaders used art projects to draw new customers and keep businesses alive.

PorchFest 2011 - Photo Patrick Shepherd

This weekend In Cleveland: Wade Oval Wednesday, PorchFest and more

This weekend, enjoy the kickoff of WOW’s free summer concert series, view 30 bands on 30 porches at PorchFest and dust off your dancing shoes for free vinyl dance parties at Beachland and B Side.


La Placita

La Placita offers testing ground for Hispanic entrepreneurs

The monthly open-air market, which is set for this weekend, brings together over 30 eclectic local makers and food purveyors.


Parade the Circle

This weekend in Cleveland: Parade the Circle and more

This weekend, hold onto your humanity at MOCA’s summer exhibition opening, witness the vibrant beauty of Parade the Circle, watch Prince’s Purple Rain under the stars at a free movie night, shop the Flea and more.
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