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Creative fun with VR at WMCF

Crafting a new (virtual) reality for Cleveland

Meet the movers and shakers who are putting Cleveland on the map for the next wave of technology innovation.

Filmmaker Darryl Dickenson

Motion Picture Tax Credit translates into box office hit for local economy

The Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit has created the equivalent of 1,729 full-time jobs since 2011 and generated more than $400 million in economic impact - and Northeast Ohio has had a starring role in all of it.

We Can Code IT holds coding boot camps aimed at getting women and minorities careers in high-paying IT fields

Coding boot camps are helping to fill open computer jobs in Cleveland

Boot-camp style computer coding courses are rapidly growing alongside Northeast Ohio's tech sector. 

Graffiti Garages at Spang Mountain

Grassroots crowdfunding platform ioby makes Cleveland its new backyard

The non-profit ioby will open offices in Cleveland this March to help grassroots community improvement efforts get off the ground.

Photo credit: the Refugee Services Collaborative of Greater Cleveland

Reshaping the Rust Belt through immigrant talent

America's former industrial heartland, which includes Cleveland and nearby cities like Detroit, Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, looks to reclaim its past through the attraction of foreign-born residents. 

CIA PRISM convocation ceremony 2015 welcoming new students

CIA celebrates campus unification in vibrant Uptown district

For the first time in four decades, CIA is united under one roof, opening a whole new set of possibilities for the innovative art school.




Andrew Webster of Swagelok

Cleveland institutions dipping into local talent pool to fill workforce gaps

Schools and businesses are aiming to boost the economy through a regionally-bred pipeline of skilled workers.

Minneapolis skyline

what smart cities can learn from minneapolis, capital of 'the north'

Downtown Minneapolis is booming with new residents, and growth is spilling into outlying neighborhoods. Now plans are in the works to ensure that existing residents and artists have a seat at the table. 

Cleveland HeartLab

health-tech corridor vision is becoming a reality

The Health-Tech Corridor was once a forgotten stretch of Euclid Avenue. Today the three-mile stretch between downtown and University Circle has become a hub of growing biotech and startup companies, with another round of development on the way.

Annual Cleveland Pride Celebration, Parade, Rally and Festival

cleveland is increasingly gay-friendly, yet challenges remain

Six months after Cleveland hosted the Gay Games, and with a dramatic national shift toward greater acceptance, it’s more comfortable than ever before to be an LGBTQ person in Northeast Ohio. Yet obstacles remain -- especially for those who are less economically and socially connected.

Dwellworks Interns

start of something: internships can give both students and employers an edge

Today's internships are about more than making coffee and copies. They connect employers with a pipeline of talent, help students obtain real-world skills and attract talent to Cleveland.

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