Sister Susan Zion—a member of the Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland—founded Ursuline Piazza, an organization in the Detroit Shoreway she founded to address gaps in service for the HIV-positive community. Read what has to say about the group's work.
Fresh Fest Cleveland returns to Rid-All Farm and Otter Park this month, with a free multicultural festival that includes a farmers market, art installations, hands-on activities and workshops, food and drinks, art vendors, health and wellness activities, and a kids zone filled with fun for the whole family.
Angelina Bair and Tom MatowitzTuesday, August 31, 2021
Bill Barrow retired this summer as head of CSU's Special Collections. FreshWater contributors Angela Bair and Tom Matowitz reflect on Barrow's 20-year career collecting photos, artifacts, and other Cleveland historical items for the collection.
CONVERGE, a visual art exhibition will feature more than 200 works of art by 71 regional artists and shown across five venues. The exhibit brings together the stories of the LGBTQ+ community, including the struggles with AIDS, the historically underrepresented voices of women, transgender people, and people of color.
The Cleveland Artifact Machine, aka a restored 1960s-era cigarette machine, will dispense more than 400 pieces of pocket-sized art at an exhibit featuring Ohio artists later this month at Sandusky Cultural Center.
It was a beautiful day for a party this past Saturday for some fun in the sun at Roberto Clemente Park. So residents came out to celebrate their community. FreshWater managing editor Bob Perkoski took it all in.