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Reinventing the daily Grind

Not only is the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland the first of its kind in the country to incorporate a large-scale food waste recycling system known as Grind2Energy—but it's also going whole hog with a bustling urban farm on-site (as seen in this great video from Cleveland.com). Check out the video, then read our write-up on the center's innovative sustainability initiatives. read on…

(Brite) Winter is coming

This Saturday, February 24, the ninth installment of Cleveland's Brite Winter music and arts festival sets up shop in the West Bank of the Flats with what executive director Brian Horsburgh calls its biggest headliner yet: Atlas Genius. Check out this fun preview video from Destination Cleveland, then read our coverage for a sneak peek of the frigid fun in store. read on…

Euclid makes way for Amazon

Go inside the abandoned Euclid Square Mall as demolition is underway for the Amazon fulfillment center. read on…

Time to see "Unseen"

Thanks to a distribution deal with FilmRise, Cleveland filmmaker Laura Paglin's true crime documentary Unseen can now be widely seen on Amazon Video, iTunes, Vudu, DVD, and Blu-Ray. An official selection of the Cleveland International Film Festival and DOC NYC, the documentary explores the horrific Anthony Sowell killing spree in Cleveland's Mount Pleasant neighborhood—telling the story through the eyes of the survivors who narrowly escaped his clutches. read on…

No Place Like EMOH

Cleveland-based artist Loren Naji made a splash at ArtPrize 2016 with his livable art installation, EMOH, and now he's set to take it on the road across America. A spherical sculpture made of found objects, garbage, and remnants of abandoned or demolished Ohio and Michigan homes, EMOH draws attention to the plight of the homeless. Watch this video from USA Today, then check out our recent coverage of Naji's latest venture. read on…

Breaking Balls hits the big screen (again)

After sell-out runs at the 2017 Cleveland International Film Festival and 2017 Chagrin Documentary Film Festival, Breaking Balls is hitting the screen once again for an exclusive one-week run at Atlas Cinemas Great Lakes Mall. Running through Thursday, January 18, the film follows three bocce players through the 30th Anniversary Cleveland Challenge Cup of Bocce tournament. read on…

ReThink Progressive

In 2018, Progressive Insurance plans to hire 7,500 new employees across the nation—many of them right here at its Northeast Ohio headquarters. This new rebranding video seeks to show off the company culture and draw in creative minds with a "Ready Player One"-inspired challenge.   read on…

Putting the "App" in "Appetite"

With her brand-new app UGottaEat, Tonya Kinlow is extending the sharing economy to home-cooked food with what she calls "Uber for cooks and chefs." Check out this video, then read our article to learn more about how Kinlow is intersecting taste and technology. read on…

Green Thumbs in a Vibrant Green Space

As part of its "Vibrant Green Space" effort, Kulture Kids is building a community garden at A.J. Rickoff School. Watch this video to learn more, then read all about the broader work Kulture Kids and other Cuyahoga Arts & Culture grant recipients are doing in their communities. read on…

Downtown #CLE: Just Getting Started

This week, Downtown Cleveland Alliance debuted a trio of new promotional videos at its Ruth Ratner Miller Awards Luncheon. Shot by Fusion Filmworks, the videos were created with the aim of attracting new investments, businesses, residents, and visitors to the downtown area. read on…

Cleveland Whiskey: Building its success brick by 'bricx'

Last week, Cleveland Whiskey entered a new product category with the launch of its new Smoker Bricx grilling chips. Watch this video to learn more about their smokin' new offering, then click here to read more about the method behind the madness. read on…

Rust Belt Riders: "Feed People, Not Landfills"

This inspiring video from ideastream follows the Rust Belt Riders on their mission to transform Cleveland's considerable food waste into compost and animal feed. read on…

Poetry in Motion

During Cleveland Book Week, 12 Literary Arts Incubator and LAND Studio enlisted local poets, authors, and spoken word artists to read passages from Anisfield-Wolf award-winning books at RTA stations and platforms around town. This video by New Departure Films captures their poetry in motion.   read on…

Go on a hero's journey with the Cleveland Orchestra

As it turns 100 years old, the Cleveland Orchestra takes Cleveland School of the Arts students on a hero's journey via its Prometheus Project—through which mythology and music intersect. read on…

Refresh Collective's fresh take on engaging CLE youth

Founded by David "Dee Jay Doc" Harrill, Refresh Collective offers a plethora of programs designed to energize and empower local youth. The common thread? Hip-hop. Check out this video about Fresh Force, its workforce development program through which students learn design, screen printing, sales, and entrepreneurship via the Fresh Gear T-shirt line. (And don't miss our recent story about Freshtoberfest, where hip-hop meets horticulture.) read on…
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