This week, Fresh Water rolls out two new sections, Street Level
and Breaking Ground
, which will replace our Innovation and Development news departments.
Longtime Fresh Water contributor Douglas Guth
will be penning the Street Level
efforts, which will offer a fresh perspective on all things 216 when it comes to fun, businesses, people and places. We're kicking off the new section with Five things you don't know about … Citizen Pie
and a Cleveland biz
that's both natural and beautiful. Also, shuffleboard, anyone
Senior news editor Karin Connelly Rice
will helm Breaking Ground
, which will cover the brick-and-mortar development stories our readers love as well as what's hot with local entrepreneurs and new programs. You'll also find our regular "Who's Hiring" listings here. This week, Breaking Ground literally takes you inside the NewBridge Center for Arts and Technology with a photo essay
from managing photographer Bob Perkoski
. We also check in on the Lofts at Lion Mills redevelopment
and update the ongoing reinvention
of the Standard Building with oodles of photos of the grand and ornate spaces reawakening within.
We will continue to publish each Thursday with the unique storytelling and terrific photography you've come to expect. Get it all delivered right to your inbox by signing up for our newsletter
We'd love to hear your tips for the new sections. Send Street Level ideas here and Breaking Ground suggestions here.
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