Shaker Square - photo Bob Perkoski
This streetcar neighborhood has everything an urban resident could ask for. Food, drink, entertainment, shopping, public transport and even one of Northeast Ohio’s best farmers markets all are within a few tightly clustered blocks. Shaker Square, with light rail trains zipping right through the middle of it, is home to some of the area’s best restaurants, a movie theater and weekly (year-round) farm market. Around the corner, eclectic Larchmere Boulevard is dotted with one-of-a-kind retail, antiques shops and eateries.
Loganberry Books celebrates 20 years in historic building
This week, Loganberry Books celebrated 20 years in its current location—the former Nash Motors dealership, among other former iterations. Read about how she turned a huge warehouse into the warm, inviting bookstore it is today.
Weathering the storm: How some LGBTQ+ businesses survived the pandemic
Many local businesses have suffered or closed permanently during the pandemic, while others have found new opportunities. Most local LGBTQ+ entrepreneurs say they’re weathering the ordeal—thanks in part to rising support from individuals and institutions in the LGBTQ+ community and beyond.
LISTEN --> FreshFaces Podcast: Cait Kennedy of [unBail]
Our FreshFaces podcast is back for season two! Episode One features [unBail] executive director Cait Kennedy, who helped design the [unBail] app as a "Google maps for court cases" to help defendants better navigate the criminal justice system.