Cleveland Arts Prize to host tours of Summa Health, Ahuja Medical Canter collections
Cleveland Arts Prize will host tours of Summa Health’s Healing Arts Collection and University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center's art collection in Beachwood as the last two events in its arts collection tour series.
You Are Not That Funny: Local writer releases memoir of his short run as a stand-up comic
Author Josh Womack has just released his second book, chronicling his short career as a stand-up comic.
#StreetsofCLE: Snapshot on Detroit Avenue
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.
Tremont is the place to be this weekend, with two popular events
Tremont will be hopping this weekend, thanks to Tremont West Development Corporation, with two of the neighborhood’s most popular events happening—Walkabout Tremont and Taste of Tremont.
Riding the high: CWRU professors research the benefits of psychedelic drugs on mental health
Two Case Western Reserve University professors have received a grant to study how psychedelic drugs can address many mental disorders—including PTSD, depression, anxiety, and even addiction.
The Severance estates: Three farms encompassing 200 acres in the early 20th Century
Cleveland Masterworks: In the early 1900s, three members of the Severance Family developed three majestic estates in Cleveland Heights. While some signs of the manors still exist today, most people know the Severance Town Center on most of the land.
Positive memories: Six RTA bus stop wraps in Union Miles feature historic figures
Working with RTA, artist Kevin "mr. soul" Harp, and the City of Cleveland, the Union Miles Development Corporation installed six bus stop wraps featuring historic figures to enliven the neighborhood.
MidTown Opening Day: Celebrate neighborhood pride, Cleveland Foundation HQ opening
It’s MidTown Opening Day this coming Saturday, July 15—a free, daylong neighborhood festival and block party centered on Euclid Avenue and East 66th Street, with activity hubs throughout the MidTown neighborhood.
Like fish to water: YMCA of Greater Cleveland prioritizes water safety, swim lessons
With the summer heat upon us, water safety and knowing how to swim are priorities. Many of the YMCA of Greater Cleveland branches offer swim classes, as well as water safety tips, for all ages and abilities to keep people safe around pools and beaches.
#StreetsofCLE: Snapshot on Miles 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.
Run this town: Aimon Ali brings big vision to Cleveland’s fashion scene with The Runway
Aimon Ali is elevating Cleveland's fashion presence with The Runway fashion shows, which showcases local, national, and international designers, and her boutique fashion services and events agency Fashion Talks.
Celebrating diversity: Pride month and Juneteenth bring June festivities
With Juneteenth and Pride Month both occurring in June, there has been a lot of celebrations of diversity in Cleveland. Thanks to grant funding from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, many area organizations staged world-class celebrations.
Rumbles on E. 49th: Awakenings and epiphanies
In his final Rumbles on E. 49th installment, Ralph Horner recalls the epiphany that changed his life and led him down the successful career path, a life he chose.
Saving bees and kids: A honey company connects corporations and communities
When a neighbor left Chris Bush and Mindy Brasdovich with his beehives, the two saw a sweet opportunity to combine making honey with hands-on job training for students.
From visitor to leader: Sonia Winner charts the future at CMNH
Cleveland Museum of Natural History president and CEO Sonia Winner practically raised her children among the museum's dinosaurs and other collections before becoming the institution's leader in 2018. Now she's overseeing the $150 million renovation project.
Preservation celebration: Historic preservation projects honored by Restoration Society, AIA
The Cleveland Restoration Society and the American Institute of Architects will host the annual Celebration of Preservation to honor local restoration projects in Northeast Ohio. Read about some of the honorees here.
Spaced out: Artist Isaiah Williams’ latest creation pays tribute to the Metroparks
Mural Artist Isaiah Williams worked with LAND studio and the Cleveland Metroparks to create a five-wall mural on a warehouse behind Merwin's Wharf in the Flats.
Cleveland Cultural Gardens to celebrate African heritage this weekend
The Cleveland Cultural Gardens' World on Stage series kicks off this weekend with a free celebration of African heritage on the Centennial Peace Plaza.
Summer jam: CMA’s Summer Solstice draws revelers to celebrate the season
The weather was perfect for Summer Solstice 2023 at the Cleveland Museum of Art this past weekend, and Bob Perkoski joined the revelers to document the evening for this photo essay.
Support network: Village of Healing wins $1 million grant to combat health inequities
The Village of Healing Center opened its doors in Euclid last year to combat the health inequities Black women experience and the high infant mortality rates in Cuyahoga County. A $1 million St. Luke's Foundation grant will help the organization expand its services and coverage area.