Waterloo & Collinwood

This former blue-collar and ethnic neighborhood is emerging as one of Cleveland's latest comeback stories. Anchored by one of the country's top live-music venues, the Beachland Ballroom, and one of the city's most robust arts organizations, Arts Collinwood, this lakeside community is experiencing a resurgence. The combination of affordable housing, a burgeoning arts community, and easy access to downtown Cleveland has been attracting out-of-state artists hungry for a higher quality of life. A flush of new businesses are expected to open en masse in late 2014 and early 2015. 

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


Feature Story Landon Oglesby

#PeopleofCLE: Landon, a hopeful Christian in Euclid-Green


Feature Story Flower Child on Clifton Boulevard is full to the ceiling with the best Christmas kitsch.
Street Level The nonprofit groups can sell “Do Good” hats made by Cosmic Bobbins’ Cleveland Sews program.
Street Level The Full Cleveland - 3
Street Level Pop Life building mural
Breaking Ground Monica Grays has ambitious plans to renovate the front of her Collinwood resale shop.

Teachers will give top marks to this Collinwood resale shop


Special Report PRE4CLE

PRE4CLE makes preschool a priority in Cleveland


Breaking Ground An estimated 7,279 properties in the Cleveland area required demolition in 2015, according to a study by Western Reserve Land Conservancy Senior Policy Advisor Frank Ford.

Is housing market recovery leaving Cleveland’s East Side behind?


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