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CWRU students and Inmates hold conversations and discussions amid breakout groups

Inmates and CWRU students become colleagues in unique course

Inmates from the Lorain Correctional Institution and CWRU students come together in a course aimed at tackling racism, oppression and the implication of mass incarceration.

Working on Stoop Slides at Britt Oval

Video: They made their own spaces

Making Our Own Space summer project ends with satisfaction and life lessons for area teens.

Aeneas Alldredge's drum class at John F. Kennedy High School’s Ełagle Academy

Taking Root: Five new residents share how they came, or came back, to CLE and why they love it

Whether they grew up here and left or are just experiencing Cleveland for the first time, five residents share why they came here and what they love about the city.

The Cleveland Museum of Contemporary Art

MOCA: enduring vanguard

MOCA, Cleveland's Museum of Contemporary Art, continually stretches art far beyond the canvas, but the internationally revered icon started out as a tiny bastion of counterculture during the tumultuous 60s.

Severance Town Center today

Cleveland Heights residents voice their ideas for a city landmark

Partially abandoned, Cleveland Heights' Severance Town Center sits in foreclosure with no plans for redevelopment of the property. Residents have some ideas on what should be done.

The Cleveland Flea Holiday Kick-Off Market

This weekend in Cleveland: Lit Cleveland Mixer, Holiday Kickoff Market & More

This weekend, check out the Lit Cleveland mixer at Platform Beer Company, shop early at The Flea’s Holiday Kick-Off Market, get some food for thought at Creative Mornings and attend 78th St. Studio’s Third Fridays.

Chris Bond, Farm Horticulturist at CWRU Squire Valleevue Farm empties the waste brought in for composting

Giving food scraps a new purpose

The concept of saving compostable food from landfills, and instead putting it to good use, is a notion that is starting to catch on in Northeast Ohio.

Breakwaters will be used as an erosion control measure along the waterfront trail

Euclid waterfront trail to give public increased access

The finished lakefront trail project will help spur investment and development along the lakeshore portion of the city, supporters say   

Mike Kaplan of The Glass Bubble Project

The Glass Bubble's Mike Kaplan shares his love of art, nature, recycling and Ohio City

Ohio City has come a long way since Mike Kaplan first opened The Glass Bubble Project in Ohio City. Today, Kaplan shares his love of glass blowing with other artists, and the community.

The Flat East Bank Apartments

Urban living at its finest: New apartments create a neighborly feel, embrace the city's assets

The latest apartments and lofts in Tremont, Flats East Bank and Detroit Shoreway each offer the expected high-end amenities and a modern yet industrial feel. But developers like to emphasize how they are helping to create new neighborhoods and celebrating the city and waterfront. 

The Cleveland Tree Plan

Replanting the Forest City

Cleveland's tree canopy has declined significantly since it was dubbed The Forest City in the 1820s. Slowly, but surely, area activists are working to once again bring the city true to its nickname.

The Sun Ra Arkestra

This Weekend in Cleveland: The Sun Ra Arkestra, SPACES Benefit & More

This weekend, Space is the place: take a cosmic journey with The Sun Ra Arkestra and visit SPACES for their out-of-this-world Galaxy Annual Benefit. Don’t miss flower-infused fun at CMA’s MIX, a live broadcasted podcast with Belt at the Beachland and more. 

Downtown Cleveland

A visitor's take on Cleveland's redevelopment

Matthew Jackson traveled to Cleveland from the UK this past summer to get an idea of US cities' economic redevelopment efforts. He shares his impressions and compares Cleveland to the UK.

Cleveland High School for the Digital Arts

Three CMSD high schools take unique approaches to learning

As CMSD looks to improve education options under the Cleveland Plan, three public high schools have just opened, presenting unique options for students -- including a chance to earn a college degree.
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