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in the circle: is uptown development living up to expectations?
Thursday, November 14, 2013
For decades, the heart of University Circle was lifeless after 5 p.m. Uptown, a $65 million development of new shops, restaurants, markets and apartments, aimed to change that by becoming a new center of gravity for Cleveland’s cultural district. So, now that it’s halfway completed, how is Uptown doing?
keep collinwood weird: kresge grant will propel arts-led revival on waterloo
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Welcome to Waterloo, which is fast becoming the weirdest, most creative strip in Cleveland. Thanks to a $1 million grant from the Kresge Foundation, this neighborhood will increase to 25 the number of new arts-based businesses that recently opened along the main drag.
summer festival slideshow
Thursday, September 12, 2013
As summer transitions into fall, we wanted to take a moment to look back on a season filled with family, friends and festive neighborhood gatherings. Throughout it all,
photographer Bob Perkoski has been attending and shooting the best summer festivals. This slideshow features captured images from a dozen events.
hello, cleveland: couple's dream music club taking shape in the flats
Thursday, August 22, 2013
If all goes as planned, an ambitious new supper club with two stages for live music and outdoor dining will open on the west bank of the Flats next spring. Pursuing that dream are Mike and Colleen Miller, marketing and concert industry vets who lived in Chicago before moving back to Cleveland.
got to get down to hingetown: introducing ohio city's next hot block
Thursday, July 25, 2013
Over the next few months, a handful of next-gen businesses will begin to open in the Striebinger Block, a prominent building at the intersection of Detroit and W. 29th. Billed as the Hingetown development, the project will act as the
between existing Cleveland assets like Ohio City, Gordon Square, and downtown.
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