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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.  

W. 73rd St underpass grand opening

W. 73rd Street underpass brings new access to the city's greatest asset: Lake Erie

A long time in the planning, the W. 73rd Street underpass gives Detroit Shoreway residents east access to lakefront gems.

Volunteers at The Greater Cleveland Food Bank packing lunches for After School Programs

Five ways to help this holiday season

It's the season of giving, but these organizations need folks to give all year long.

The La Salle Theater on 185th Street

From guitar picks to pop-ups: the top Fresh Water stories of 2015

A lot has happened this year in Cleveland. From new businesses to innovative ideas,  Fresh Water looks back at the top 10 stories of 2015.


Reflecting on five years

In September, Fresh Water marked its five-year anniversary. Photographer Bob Perkoski captures the time in this slide show.

Chakaia Booker - Acid Rain

Sculptor Chakaia Booker's exhibit opens CIA Reinberger Gallery

The Reinberger Gallery kicks off its visiting artist series with internationally acclaimed sculptor Chakaia Booker's Take the Highway exhibit.

Willey Ave looking North near the Fairmont Creamery

A road less traveled: The attempted revival of Willey Avenue

Willey Avenue connects Tremont and Ohio City, but the often-forgotten street needs repairs and renovations to keep up with the demands of a growing residential neighborhood.

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.
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