The City is Our Museum: Explore CLE with LAND studio’s public art tours app
LAND studio is launching a new app for self-guided tours of Cleveland neighborhoods. The City is our Museum was created to shine a light on the range of artworks and public spaces that exist throughout the city. Tours can be experienced on a bike, on foot, or even through a car window.
Landing a reboot: CycleWerks co-founder transitions into launching a new e-bike breed
Scott Colosimo launched his e-bike career with Cleveland CycleWerks in 2009, but now he's on to bigger and better things with the LAND District—a new business and a new generation of transitional vehicles. 
A look back, a glimpse ahead: CDCs navigated challenges in building up communities in 2021
A trio of local Community Development Corporation leaders are striving to accentuate the positive during the pandemic while casting ahead to a brighter future with the programs they've offered in their neighborhood this past year and the plans they are making for 2022.
Shop (locally) ‘til you Drop: Show Cleveland some love this holiday season
Give back to CLE’s finest stores and artists this year by shopping locally. Here's a rundown of sources to find great local gifts—probably right in your own backyard.
Deeply engaged: How CDCs are knocking down barriers to voting on Tuesday
With less than one week until election day, Community Development Corporations  are pulling out all the stops to get voters to the polls—from translating voting guides and hosting candidates forums, to voter registration and education drives and even free rides to the polls.
Photo essay: A documentation of the creation of 19 murals during Cleveland Walls!
Last week, 23 world-class artists—11 of them local artists—descended on the MidTown neighborhood to create 19 dynamic public murals during the Cleveland Walls! FreshWater managing photographer Bob Perkoski tracked the progress of the artists and their murals last week and compiled this photo essay.
Cleveland Walls! Tracking the 19 murals going up in MidTown this week
FreshWater managing photographer Bob Perkoski is tracking the CLEVELAND WALLS! mural program's progress throughout this week as 19 murals go up in MidTown. 
Bursting with color: MidTown to bring in 19 murals, live entertainment during Cleveland Walls! event
Next week, MidTown Cleveland, LAND studio, and Pow! Wow! Worldwide will bring in 23 artists to paint 19 murals throughout the neighborhood with the CLEVELAND WALLS! International Mural Project.  
A natural connection: Cleveland nonprofit prepares students for future environmental careers
Expanding on Michelle Obama's Let's Move! Outside initiative, local nonprofit Organic Connects partners with the Cleveland Metroparks to help urban youth connect to nature.
HELP is planting the seed for a hydroponic greenhouse in downtown Euclid
Euclid's HELP Harvest Greenhouse will teach life and employment skills by providing both paid employment and on-the-job training in growing hydroponic crops and fresh produce.
Urban décor: Cleveland’s many sculptures reflect city’s history, humor, unity, and divisions
Cleveland's growing database of more than 500 sculptures represents periods of time gone by, our sense of humor, and sometimes even artists' strong statements.
Level up: JumpStart’s Small Business Impact Program has the tools to grow your business
JumpStart's Small Business Impact Program provide entrepreneurs with the tools they need to grow, thrive, and take their businesses to the next level.
Once-living history: Ode to a great Elm Tree
Brittney Hooper recently took a walk down Prospect Avenue during her lunch break and discovered the 150-year old elm tree she always admired had been removed. This is her tribute to that tree.
Charles Schweinfurth: Architect to Cleveland’s ‘carriage trade’
Architect Charles Schweinfurth made a name for himself in the late 1800s by designing homes for the wealthy on Millionaires Row and other Cleveland neighborhoods, as well as iconic landmarks like Trinity Cathedral. Historian Tom Matowitz explores Schweinfurth's life and contributions to Cleveland architecture.
MAGNET move to Midtown could be a step toward job creation, industry connections
When MAGNET moves into its new headquarters in a former CMSD Midtown school, CEO Ethan Karp envisions a new era of manufacturing—an era when the field shakes its old image as a dirty and dangerous industry and emerges as the symbol of innovation.
Saturday’s alright for shopping: CLE neighborhoods gear up for big impact on Small Business Saturday
Community Development Corporations around Cleveland are thinking outside of the box as they gear up for Small Business Saturday amid the coronavirus pandemic.
How COVID-19 is changing the future of Cleveland’s office space in a remote working world
More Americans are working from home these days—with the trend expected to grow in the next year. Find out how Cleveland's downtown office landscape is changing and what the experts see happening in commercial real estate and coworking space as the home office takes the lead.
Finding opportunity in the pandemic: How CDCs use programs to champion Cleveland’s youth
Cleveland's Community Development Corporations are finding new ways to engage young people with unique, exciting, and accessible programming, even during the coronavirus pandemic.  
Cleveland is the nation's least connected city. This Bolivian transplant wants to change that.
Rolando Alvarez is kicking down doors to the knowledge of the world—the Internet. After working to bring high-speed Internet to rural villages in his native Bolivia, Alvarez's mission now is to connect more than 27,000 households around Cleveland in tandem with DigitalC.
Going mobile: Vegan comfort food caterer Squash the Beef raises funds to buy a food trailer
After a year of delighting a growing customer base with its vegan comfort food, Squash the Beef is raising funds to buy a food trailer and take their catering business to the streets of Cleveland.