#StreetsofCLE: Snapshot on the Fulton Road Bridge
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.
Puerto Rican Parade and Festival hits the streets this weekend
The 53rd Annual Puerto Rican Parade and Cultural Festival is packed with fun and events this weekend at MetroHealth's Quad Park. with the parade marching down Scranton Road on Sunday.
Doan’s Corners: Cleveland’s ‘second downtown’ in the early 20th Century
Cleveland Masterworks: In 1798, Connecticut native Nathaniel Doan and his family settled on a rural corner of Euclid Avenue and developed it to the point that by the early 20th Century it was known as Doan's Corners, or 'Cleveland's Second Downtown.'
Loganberry Books celebrates 20 years in historic building
This week, Loganberry Books celebrated 20 years in its current location—the former Nash Motors dealership, among other former iterations. Read about how she turned a huge warehouse into the warm, inviting bookstore it is today.
Service with a smile: Four generations have kept Gallucci’s Italian Foods going strong
Since 1912 and through four generations, Gallucci's Italian Foods & Market has served customers from all backgrounds and ethnicities with founder Gust Gallucci's original mantra: Sell the best product at the best possible price and provide good service with a smile and a 'thank you.'
Getting into the swing of things: Five Iron Golf brings unique blend of serious play, fun
With 15 custom-built golf simulators, events, games, and a mission of inclusivity, Five Iron Golf puts an urban spin on golf, right on Euclid Avenue.
On the fringes: Playhouse Square streets, venues become stages at BorderLight Fringe Festival
The BorderLight Fringe Festival kicks off this Thursday, with more than 110 performances in the streets and and venues of Playhouse Square.
Who’s Hiring in the #CLE: MidTown, Cleveland Food Bank, Playhouse Square, and more
Need a job? Check out the latest edition of FreshWater Cleveland's “Who’s Hiring” series, where we feature growing companies with open positions, what they’re looking for, and how to apply.
#StreetsofCLE: Snapshot in MidTown
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.
Amasa Stone Chapel: a tribute to a 19th Century Cleveland legend
In 1907 the daughters of railroad magnate and philanthropist Amasa Stone commissioned New England architect Henry Vaughan to design a chapel as a tribute to their late father. CWRU's Amasa Stone Chapel—an example of Gothic revival architecture.
Beacon of fun: Asian Lantern Festival in photos
The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo's annual Asian Lantern Festival kicked off earlier this month. Bob Perkoski spent a warm summer evening capturing the entire visual treat with his camera.
Fully Aligned: New yoga studio promotes diversity, mindfulness, self-discovery
Denisha Parker opened Yoga Nisha in June—fulfilling her mission to create a welcoming space where a diverse group of people can gather and promote mindfulness, physical wellness, and self-exploration.
Salvation Army, Greater Cleveland Food Bank partner for produce giveaway in Miles Park
The Salvation Army and the Greater Cleveland Food Bank are partnering for a produce giveaway in the Miles Park neighborhood on Friday.
Manufacturing blueprint: MAGNET champions plan for a high-tech, talent-rich manufacturing future
MAGNET, with backing from Team NEO, Greater Cleveland Partnership, and Case Western Reserve University, are cheerleaders for the success of Northeast Ohio's manufacturing industry with MAGNET's Blueprint for Manufacturing.
Legacy of generosity: Philanthropy is a family affair for Cleveland business leader
For Ken Taylor, president of Ohio Machinery Co., the company's philanthropic tradition, which goes back three generations, is the key to the success of both the business and the community. His philosophy earned him Malden Mills Corporate Kindness Award from the Values-in-Action Foundation.
#StreetsofCLE: Snapshot in Ohio City
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.
Euclid Avenue Opera House: One of the most beautiful theaters in the country in the 1800s
The Euclid Avenue Opera House was known for its elegance and was considered one of the finest in the country. Led by John Ellsler and his stock theater group before Marcus Hanna bought the property, the Hanna Theatre is considered its successor.
Make it better: Cleveland makers embrace innovation as a benchmark of growth
Building a transformative technology and forward-thinking are two key elements behind MAGNET's Make It Better: A Blueprint for Manufacturing in Northeast Ohio. Three local innovators—CLEANR, Skuld, and Seraphina Safety—share their tips for success and how they stick to the blueprint.
Free space: Mandel Foundation Community Days make Cleveland Museum of Natural History accessible
Thanks to the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation, admission to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History is free on Sundays for all Cleveland and East Cleveland residents—opening up worlds of experiences for people of all ages.
Shaker Lakes Meet the Cuyahoga Valley: Experience A Night of Nature tonight at Nature Center
The Nature Center at Shaker Lakes is partnering with the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Literary Cleveland, and Wick Poetry Center tonight for Summer Wednesdays and poetry readings from the Poetic Inventory of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.