Photo essay: Into the depths at Pandemonium 2023
Cleveland Public Theatre became a colorful array of dance, music, and food last weekend at Pandemonium 2023: Into the Depths. Check out Bob Perkoski's photos here!
MAGNET: Innovation equals transformation and growth for area manufacturers
MAGNET’s Blueprint for Manufacturing in Northeast Ohio outlines the four pillars to manufacturing success: Innovation, Transformation, Talent, and Leadership. Transformation means adopting the newest technologies to stay ahead of the game.
Creating a buzz: Entrepreneur uses coffee, local celebrities to help end hunger in CLE
Westlake native Aaron Fazulak recently started All Cleveland Coffee, with $1 of every bag sold online and at Heinen's going to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank. And he got the support of former Browns player Joe Thomas and UFC champ Stipe Miocic.
Cleveland Ballet kicks off new season with ‘Carmen & Other Works’
The Cleveland Ballet kicks off its 2023-2024 season next week with “Carmen & Other Works” at Playhouse Square’s Connor Palace.
Heaven on Earth: Cleveland Museum of Art premiers works from China’s Jiangnan region
The Cleveland Museum of Art opened “China’s Southern Paradise: Treasures from the Lower Yangzi Delta,” which explores the historical and cultural riches of Jiangnan region, in the coastal area south of the Yangzi River. The exhibit features more than 200 objects relating to a region that has remained one of China’s wealthiest, most populous, and agriculturally fertile lands.
Pinball wizards: The 2023 Cleveland Pinball and Arcade Show comes to town
2023 Cleveland Pinball and Arcade Show opens at the Holiday Inn Independence this Thursday for four days of pinball, tournaments, and roving entertainment, including local DJ Charlie Brown and comedy group Ohio Burn Unit.
Cleveland Habitat for Humanity launches 400 Home Initiative
On Tuesday, August 29, Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity broke ground in the Buckeye-Woodhill neighborhood on the largest project in its history—its $33 million 400 Home Initiative that will create housing stability for underserved neighborhoods.
#StreetsofCLE: Snapshot on Pearl Road
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.
Cleveland Restoration Society to unveil eighth Civil Rights Trail marker at Browns Stadium today
The Cleveland Browns and Cleveland Restoration Society will celebrate athlete activism and the Civil Rights movement with the unveiling of the eighth Cleveland Civil Rights Trail historical marker—honoring the athletes at the 1967 Ali Summit.
Pandemonium: Cleveland Public Theatre to host annual benefit, theatrical spectacular
Cleveland Public Theatre will be transformed into a labyrinth of theater, dance, visual art, and performance this Saturday, Sept. 9 at its 21st annual benefit and theatrical spectacular, Pandemonium 2023: Into the Depths.
New Life At Calvary Church: A symbol of integration, social justice, and community giving
Cleveland Masterworks: Last week a tornado tore the roof off of the historic New Life At Calvary Church, leaving a congregation with a rich history of social justice and community service in need. The church was designed by Charles Schweinfurth, with stained-glass windows by Louis Comfort Tiffany and John La Farge.
A school transformed: Warrensville Heights aims to grow minds, spark creativity with new campus
The Warrensville Heights City School District will kick off the new school year next week with a new combined high school and middle school building and campus.
A rainbow of angels: group shields children attending Drag Story Hour
Last week, the Near West Theatre in the Detroit Shoreway and Cleveland icon Veranda L’Ni hosted the popular Drag Story Hour, and Angels in Action, dressed in bright floral clothing and armed with colorful umbrellas, shielded the children from protesters.
Golden Age on East 49th Street: Whirring and clicking on the street
In Ralph Horner's newest column series, "The Golden Age on East 49th Street," he writes about his childhood and life lessons learned in Goodrich-Kirtland Park in the 1950s.
Robotics mission: GLSC students travel to Ecuador to fit needy children with prosthetics
Earlier this year, students from four CMSD high schools in the Great Lakes Science Center's Robotics Initiative created prosthetic arms and hands and then traveled to Quito, Ecuador, where they helped nonprofit IMAHelps fit children in need with the prosthetics.
Prost! Returning Cleveland Oktoberfest in the running for USA Today readers’ favorite
Cleveland Oktoberfest, one of the first big U.S. cities to put on a massive festival each year, occurs over the next two weekends and is in the running with 19 other cities to be chosen as the readers' favorite in a U.S. Today poll.
Full steam ahead: Irishtown Bend stabilization project breaks ground
Last Friday, Aug. 25 at the Cleveland Rowing Foundation, city officials and organizations celebrated the beginning of the vital next step in the Irishtown Bend project—the stabilization of the banks of the Cuyahoga River to move ahead with a 23-acre park.
#StreetsofCLE: Snapshot in Clark-Fulton
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.
Erie Street Cemetery: Historical graveyard in the heart of downtown
Cleveland Masterworks: The 1826 Erie Street Cemetery is Cleveland's oldest burial ground and is the final resting place of the original settlers and changemakers.
Photo essay: Ghost Signs of CLE
This is our second photo installment of ghost signs spotted in and around Cleveland.