FreshWater writers Grant Segall, Evan Gallagher, Rashidah Abdulhaqq, Tom Matowitz, Erin O'Brien, and Marc Lefkowitz tout some of the city's accomplishments and look forward to covering some hot new topics in 2022.
FreshWater Managing photographer Bob Perkoski and writers Jen Jones Donatelli, Jo Donofrio, and Brittney Hooper gush with excitement over some spectacular arts and culture projects and the future of technology of Cleveland.
Since its founding, the YMCA We Run This City program has worked with more than 1,000 students in 43 CMSD schools, preparing them to run in the Cleveland Marathon. Thanks to a grant from the Three Archest Foundation, the program is now coming to Lakewood.
The Cleveland Restoration Society unveiled the first marker on the African American Civil Rights Trail last week at Cory United Methodist Church during its annual community lunch, while also celebrating the church's role in the Civil Rights movement, the leaders who spoke there, and the restoration that's about to happen.
Glenville native and marital arts grand master Greg Mayo has been teaching martial arts for more than 50 years—showing youth, seniors, and women how to exercise and strengthen the body while learning self-defense.
The StoneWater Rustic Grill has a classic holiday drink to warm the body and soul this season with Cleveland Glögg—the Swedish version of a spiced mulled wine, served warm with golden raisins and cinnamon sticks.
Harness Cycle has been a cult staple with spinning and fitness enthusiasts in Ohio City since 2013, but founder Anne Hartnett and CEO Andria Loczi have had their wheels turning on an even bigger vision in recent years.
Northwest Neighborhoods CDC is calling for a snow day this Saturday, Dec. 11, and the forecast is for merriment. Come out and enjoy all kinds of free activities, events, food, and shopping at Snow Day in Detroit Shoreway.
The Cleveland Christmas Club, a pop-up bar in the Cleveland Hostel, opens tonight to spread holiday cheer, encourage folks to support a good cause, and celebrate the season with snacks and cocktails in "grandma's basement."
Burten, Bell Carr Development and WOVU 95.9 FM are spreading the word about the many COVID-19 survivors in Cleveland who are "Long Haulers" with an event on Nov. 27 to celebrate the survivors and offer COVID-19 resources and education.
For nearly 20 years, the organization known as Progressive Arts Alliance has been working with area students to integrate the arts into learning. As the organization begins its next 20 years with a new strategic plan, it has a new name: Arts Impact.
Cleveland Public Theatre and YMCA of Greater Cleveland’s Y-Haven will stage its original production of "12,000 Steps," a play about the road to recovery and the persistence and perseverance needed stay sober.
What do Melissa Khoury (the Queen of Pork) and Cleveland drag queen Peach Fuzz have in common? Their mutual love of hosting monthly Sunday Matinee Sausage Parties—hands-on, sausage-making, drag-entertaining extravaganzas that raise money for LBGTQ+ charities.
Not all families in Northeast Ohio have received the expanded child tax credits. With a deadline fast approaching to receive the advance payments, NEO SoJo has created an FAQ to answer common questions and help folks sign up.
Michael Busch grew up here during the era when Cleveland was more of a punchline, and now that he’s back after living in Los Angeles for 15 years, he’s rediscovering the Land—and bringing the laughs with him.