Last week, Playhouse Square unveiled the theaters' new marquees and technology upgrades during Marquee Mondays in a dazzling display of lights and color. Bob Perkoski documented the evening in this photo essay.
South Euclid resident David Spero has managed the careers of rock stars like Joe Walsh, the Eagles, Michael Stanley, Graham Nash, and Cat Stevens in his career. While the rock stars may be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Spero is about to be inducted into the Personal Managers Hall of Fame.
The entrepreneurial spirit, curiosity, and determination Kumar Arora learned from his father has led to a successful business career and the cofounding of the upcoming FutureLAND—a celebration of diversity in tech and entrepreneurship in Playhouse Square to help drive economic growth in the area.
This weekend Lake Erie Ink will host its fall fundraiser, Culinary Creativity, at Dunham Tavern Barn in MidTown—bringing together Cleveland’s restaurant and writing communities to support creative expression among Cleveland youth.
FreshWater managing photographer Bob Perkoski provides a peek into the everyday lives of Clevelanders going about their business in the neighborhoods and on the streets of Cleveland. This week’s image is from Mayfield Avenue in the Little Italy neighborhood.
Cleveland Heights' Taylor Tudor project will renovate three 1928 three-story brick Tudor buildings into residential units and retail space, while also launching an effort to create a vibrant, connected neighborhood around Cain Park.
The Cleveland History Center of the Western Reserve Historical Society will open its Fashion After Dark exhibit—simulating the atmosphere of a gaslit evening on Euclid Avenue in the 1840s through fashion, interiors, lighting, and sound.
The Cleveland Museum of Art's 34th annual Chalk Festival drew artists of all ages and abilities last weekend as they decorated the CMA grounds. FreshWater managing photographer Bob Perkoski captured the chalk masterpieces before the rain washed them away.
MAGNET and Independence-based EDGE announced this week that the two companies focused on growing business and industry in Northeast Ohio would join forces to create a more impactful resource for growing businesses in the area.
Doug Blecher's autism diagnosis at age 42 led him to partner with the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities and start the first annual Neurodiversity Cultural Festival, happening Saturday, Sept. 30 at Solon Community Park.
Cleveland Masterworks: The former Warner & Swasey building—originally built in the late 1880s, then rebuilt between 1904 and 1910, has sat abandoned for nearly 40 years. Today it has a chance at a new life with a development initiative led by MidTown Cleveland and Philadelphia developer Penrose.