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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.

Rethink Labels

The Diversity Center invites viewers to "Rethink Labels"

This short hard-hitting film aims to help young people develop empathy and see the world through other peoples' eyes.

Megan Lykins Reich, deputy director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland

MOCA: Cleveland cosmopolitan

MOCA's cosmopolitan flair is rooted in its commitment to connect Cleveland to points across the globe via art and people.

Mansfield Frazier of Vineyards of Chateau Hough

Trending: urban wineries

Meet urban winemakers and visit a vineyard in an unlikely corner of the city in this closer look at NEO's fledgling winemaking movement.

EntrovationCLE

Student entrepreneurs, organizers ignite EntrovationCLE

A group of high school seniors will light up Beachwood High School on April 30 with fun, food trucks and 200 vendors ranging from international giants and local businesses to student entrepreneurs at EntrovationCLE.

Edgardo Padin-Rivera, PhD chief of Psychology Services at the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center

Building bridges for veterans with PTSD

At the Louis Stokes VA Center in University Circle, the most effective help for vets suffering from PTSD comes from other vets who know the difficult road to coping with the disorder all too well.

Cleveland video

A little video that's big on Cleveland

A whirlwind tour of Cleveland with zip lines, sailboats, and bicycles; uptown, downtown and midtown - all packed into a wee two and a half minutes!

Carolina Kane

World-class programs immerse teens in the artist's life

Three programs in Northeast Ohio that attract high school students from across the globe offer an intense and realistic preview of life in a college arts program.

Little Italy

A perfect slice of Cleveland: Little Italy

In this series, Fresh Water gives an insider's tour of CLE's storied neighborhoods. This week, Fresh Water contributor Mark Oprea offers up the first perfect slice of Cleveland as he shows you around his corner of the world: Little Italy.  

Brandyn Armstrong inventor of the Studio Stick

Young inventor offers up promising portable studio, leaves behind difficult past

A young local entrepreneur is on the verge of introducing a unique portable studio to the world and giving everyone a chance to be a professional recording artist, wherever they may be.  

Robert Putka at the Capitol Theater where Mad will premire for CIFF40

Welcome Home: Cleveland International Film Festival shines a spotlight on local stories

Fresh Water takes a closer look at CIFF's local offerings and finds a field of sunflowers, two opposite sisters and the man behind Melt's flying grilled cheese sammie.

Chorusline Luminaries sculptural array is cast after the image of a Broadway chorus line

Cleveland insider: the stories behind CLE's quirkiest public art

Stephen Manka has installed public art throughout the city. His subtle methods, however, reveal myriad connections between Clevelanders, their spaces and their history.
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