Cleveland Heights

Considering that most people choose to live close to their place of employment, it makes perfect sense that Cleveland Heights continues to thrive. Situated "up the hill" from University Circle, one of the largest employment centers in Northeast Ohio, Cleveland Heights is a hop, skip and jump for those who work in the area. That arts-minded populace fuels multiple artistic disciplines, including galleries, performing arts and live music venues. This near-east neighborhood dishes up fat slices of the American Dream, with beautiful old homes on tree-lined streets within close proximity to thriving commercial strips, parks, schools, libraries and public transportation.

Buzz Isaiah Pressman

#PeopleofCLE: Isaiah, trying a new career path


Buzz Grace Harper

#PeopleofCLE: Grace, a bookseller in tune with music


Buzz Laura Perrotta of Cleveland Heights

#PeopleofCLE: Laura, an actor from the very start


Buzz Karly Whitaker

#PeopleofCLE: Karly, equipped with a new worldview


Buzz Dawn Walker

#PeopleofCLE: Dawn, nursing assistant, finishing her bucket list


Street Level Pierce Edens bringing his special fusion of Appalachian folk and gritty rock to a Sofar crowd in awe of the sunset view of Lake Erie and the Rock Hall.

Sofar Sounds turns up the volume to make Cleveland a full-time city


Street Level Arrington reading comics with 11-year-old daughter Michaela; 10-year-old son Michael, Jr.; and dog Buster
Breaking Ground Historic replicas of the street signs along Mount Vernon Boulevard in the Forest Hill neighborhood.
Breaking Ground Fawaky Burst general manager Deonte Peterson

Juice it up: Fawaky Burst opens its doors in Cleveland Heights


Feature Story Flower Child on Clifton Boulevard is full to the ceiling with the best Christmas kitsch.
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