Jylian Herring
Jylian Herring

Stories by: Jylian Herring

Jylian Herring is a current journalism student at Ohio University's E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. She has previously worked with two student-run campus magazines and is also a member of Alpha Xi Delta sorority. She enjoys writing about topics such as social justice and locally owned businesses. When Jylian isn't giving her time to one of her student organizations, she likes to listen to podcasts and try new restaurants.

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Whoa! New plant-based, gluten-free cookie dough bar satisfies the sweet tooth, avoids allergens
With a gluten allergy and a sweet tooth, LaunchHouse founder Todd Goldstein has created Whoa! Dough vegan cookie dough bars that are gluten free, soy free, and satisfy those sweet cravings.
Signs of spring: Hundreds of butterflies arrive at the Cleveland Botanical Garden
The butterflies are due to make their debut this weekend at the Cleveland Botanical Garden.
Zoinks! Kids’ Comic Con offers the art of graphic storytelling for all ages
Kids' Comic Con is for creators, illustrators, and storytellers of all ages this year at Lake Erie Ink.
Eat up: Downtown Cleveland Restaurant Week starts Friday
Downtown Cleveland Restaurant Week brings you 10 days of dine-in or carry-out food specials from some of your favorite local eateries. 
Brite Winter enters the ‘TwiBrite Zone’ this weekend as a nod to the unusual past year
Brite Winter is stepping into the TwiBrite Zone this weekend, kicking off a four-part virtual music series that acknowledges the long, strange year that was 2020.
Newly minted Black Diamond Foundation aims to support the Black community, kicks off with PJs drive
Ariana Johnson wanted to find a way to support the Black community in Cleveland neighborhoods gets the mental and physical health resources they need. So she started the Black Diamond foundation and wasted no time in setting up a pajama drive with the Greater Faith Missionary Baptist Church.
Creating new light: Nueva Luz opens Gordon Square office to serve a diverse community
With new offices in Gordon Square, Nueva Luz Urban Resource Center is able to offer expanded services to address the root causes of systemic poverty and health inequities among a diverse community.
Wrap it up: NEOCH’s annual Street Chronicle, wrapping paper edition, hits the streets
The wrapping paper edition of the Cleveland Street Chronicle is on sale now. Get yours today from vendors or participating stores.
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