Entrepreneurs + Innovators

Sam McNulty and  Andy Tveekrem - photo Bob Perksoki

Feature Story Angie’s Soul Cafe takes over the spot on Carnegie Avenue occupied not long ago by Hot Sauce Williams.

The proof is in the pudding: Restaurants open in Fairfax


Street Level The Cleveland Flea with founder Stephanie Sheldon (second from right).

What if the Cleveland Flea became a conference? It just did.


Buzz Dozens of local governmental bodies meet year round. Documenters.org plans to post their schedules and minutes in one convenient location online. Here, the Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library System meets in 2018.

Documenters.org comes to Cleveland


Buzz Neoreoly's Comida Criolla - La Placita 2019

VIDEO: A Taste of La Villa Hispana


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American author Napoleon Hill said that, "Ideas are the beginning points of all fortunes." True, but good ideas aren't just one-man money-makers -- they can serve as triggers for the kind of economic development that turns around entire blocks, neighborhoods, even cities and regions. In Cleveland, good ideas lead to an ever-growing array of new businesses filling needs across a wide spectrum. From food trucks to got-to-have-it smartphone apps, small start-ups are the lifeblood of a progressive economy.