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Get your Hip Hop on: Groove Mondays returns next week on the Art Museum steps
Groove Mondays, the Street Dance Hip Hop party on the Cleveland Museum of Art's steps, returns this coming Monday with a free dance session for all ages and abilities.
First Year Cleveland’s OWN works to improve maternal and infant health outcomes
Dedicated to preventing infant deaths in Northeast Ohio, First Year Cleveland has created an extensive support network to promote the physical and mental health of parents who have experienced a loss.
CLE Restoration Society celebrates the projects that preserve the region’s architectural history
The annual Celebration of Preservation honors the groups and individuals who have gone above and beyond in their efforts to restore and preserve the region's historic buildings.
Get in the groove: Experiencing life and uniting the community through hip hop and street dancing
Dancers DeShawn Fowler and Samuel McIntosh are bringing the Cleveland community together through hip hop dance events on the steps of the Cleveland Museum of Art and other parts of the city.
As you like it: History Days events are self-guided, streaming, and live for a taste of CLE's past
In these troubled times, Cleveland History Days gives us a chance to look back on our history and perhaps find some inspiration to put toward the future.
There's a party going on to celebrate Juneteenth
NAACP Cleveland,  Buckeye Summer Soul, and Neighbor Up have a walk and a party in the park planned for Saturday to celebrate Juneteenth.
How live entertainment venues are attempting to beat COVID-19 with some creative approaches
Many of Cleveland's live entertainment venues are struggling with the challenges of safely reopening during the coronavirus. But some popular hotspots are getting creative.
Karamu House tells of the fight for equality through 'Freedom on Juneteenth' production
Karamu House will use dance, theater, and music to narrate the African American fight for equality and to celebrate Juneteenth this weekend.
Little Africa Collaborative brings food and nutrition education to Cleveland’s food deserts
The Little Africa Food Collaborative has the mission to feed and educate the residents in Cleveland's food deserts. With recent grant money, the group is closer to opening co-op grocery stores in neighborhoods like Hough-Fairfax and Central-Kinsman.
Who's Hiring in #CLE: Addus Home Health Care, Alliance Solutions Group, Valet Living, and more
Need a job? Check out the latest edition of FreshWater Cleveland's “Who’s Hiring” series, where we feature growing companies with open positions, what they’re looking for, and how to apply.
Quarantine creativity: The arts and culture community works to keep Clevelanders connected
Cuyahoga Arts & Culture organizations are getting creative in creating and exploring the arts while social distancing.
Guest Column: Looking at the environmental silver lining, and lessons learned, in coronavirus
Guest columnist Marc Lefkowitz, director of Green City/Blue Lake,  reflects on COVID-19's positive impact on the environment and the lessons we can take away moving forward.
Covid-19 Rapid Response Fund divvies up nearly $493,000 among 12 groups this week
A fourth round of weekly grants totaling $492,713 for 12 Cleveland-area nonprofit groups was announced Friday, April 17, by the Greater Cleveland COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund coalition.
Let's go outside: 5 hidden jewels to explore amid Cleveland's Emerald Necklace
If fresh air is the only thing getting you through in this age of social distancing, chances are you're looking for some new spots off the beaten path in order to avoid like-minded crowds. Think outside the box with these five spots, which are lesser known but definitely deserve a spot among the "greatest hits" of Cleveland's great outdoors.
Free Stamp: All things indoors and free in the #CLE for April 2020
Our monthly "Free Stamp" feature rounds up the freshest free events in Cleveland. Due to the coronavirus crisis, we changed this to an all-indoors edition. This feature is powered by Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.
How donations are reaching Cleveland's most vulnerable during the coronavirus crisis
Four nonprofit groups will receive urgently needed donations to battle the health crisis, thanks to the Cleveland Foundation's Greater Cleveland COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund, which has raised $5.73 million in mere weeks.
24 Hours in #CLE: Emcee extraordinaire Christopher Axelrod, aka Peacock, loves to show off his city
Peacock is proud to show us his favorite places in Cleveland. Christopher Axelrod leads the way on a perfect day in his hometown.
Falcon Rising: CycleWerks to unveil its new, all-in-one electric bicycle, e-moped, and e-motorcycle
The Falcon is about to take flight. Cleveland CycleWerks is gearing up to release its newest creation, three high-tech vehicles in one.
Who's Hiring in #CLE: Cleveland Public Theater, Judson Senior Living, Jones Day, and more
Need a job? Check out the latest edition of FreshWater Cleveland's “Who’s Hiring” series, where we feature growing companies with open positions, what they’re looking for, and how to apply.
Food from the heart: Popular Falafel Café owner prepares for grand reopening
Falafel Cafe is returning this month to University Circle, serving up Middle Eastern favorites made from scratch.