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Breaking Ground Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music exhibition introduction wall.

A genius composer's life distilled into rare artifacts at Maltz


Street Level Cleveland law firm Benesch took home the trophy at the Literacy Cooperative’s fourth annual CLE-BEE Corporate Spelling Bee.

Benesch spells CLE-BEE4 ‘winner’ P-R-O-S-O-P-O-G-R-A-P-H-Y


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?


Feature Story This view from the Jeptha Wade monument overlooking Lake View Cemetery, with a view of Lake Erie, is popular.

150 years of solitude at Lake View Cemetery


Street Level The innovative incubator BoxSpot will house seven businesses inside shipping containers in Kinsman.

Shipping containers mark the spot: BoxSpot ready to debut in Kinsman


Breaking Ground Cletus Jeckering Learning Center is open for students at St. Adalbert Catholic School in Cleveland's Fairfax neighborhood.

While other schools are shrinking, St. Adalbert expands


Buzz CLE-ative Groove: A 12-Week Artist's Way Journey
Breaking Ground Robert “Bunk” McMahon shows off the Full Swing golf simulator at Proximity Golf Lounge.

Play like Tiger Woods: Try simulation at Proximity Golf Lounge


Street Level Free Stamp

Free Stamp: All things free in the #CLE for September 2019


Street Level The 2018 version of the Centennial Trail 5K run/walk winds along the Cleveland Foundation Centennial Lake Link Trail in the Flats.

Centennial Trail 5K showcases stunning downtown views


Street Level Village Family Farms displayed a bounty of vegetables at Fresh Fest on Sept. 7.

Fresh Fest shows just how charming is urban farming


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


Feature Story It’s Up to Us Mural by John Rivera-Resto

The future of La Villa Hispana: These 5 projects are set to transform the Clark-Fulton neighborhood


Feature Story Delesia Robinson, second from left, set up her nonprofit in 2013, Pride Among Daughters and Sisters, to provide feminine hygiene products for women and girls.

Two Fairfax innovators prove that ideas can be homegrown


Feature Story Ohio City Farm
Feature Story Food Strong brings food programs to schools and communities to educate residents on the importance and joy of healthy eating.

CAC, ioby collaboration raises money for grassroots artistic endeavors


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