Travel trends show people are taking longer trips, combining work and pleasure with the ability to work remotely. Cleveland's Kimpton Schofield converted its eighth floor from apartments to long-term hotel suites with all the furnishings for an extended stay.
Since 2015 Eddie Olschansky has been cruising the Cuyahoga and Lake Erie in his kayak, collecting plastic and other waste that contaminates our natural waterways. After recruiting a group of volunteers, in 2019 he formed the nonprofit Trash Fish to keep the group cleaning effort going strong.
Ben and Jackie Bebenroth's 13-acre farm Spice Acres is home this summer to the Local Lessons for Growing Minds program—a hands-on approach to teach students about local food systems and how to make healthy food choices while they witness the summer crops grow.
Writer Erin O'Brien just checked out the Lakefront Reservation, including Edgewater Beach and its Beach House, Wendy's Way pedestrian bridge, and Whiskey Island Still & Eatery, among other points of interest. Follow her adventures on this sixth leg of her Metroparks 2022 Trail Challenge.
After closing during the pandemic, the newly renovated Stella Maris Coffee Shop on Washington Avenue is back in business and offering workforce development for its employees in recovery, as well as a tasty cup of coffee or tea for the patrons.
There's a party happening this Sunday, June 26 on Clifton Boulevard, when Edgewater NeighborFest returns for a day of music, food, activities, dancing. You name it, there's something for everyone at this event!
Brittney Hooper recently lost her job because of company restructuring that cut 70% of the staff. Her emotions swing from worrying about her future employment to looking forward to enjoying summer with her kids.
Native Clevelander and renowned artist Hughie Lee-Smith reflected loneliness and introspection in his paintings of solitary figures in urban settings. The Cleveland Museum of Art on Tuesday will host CIA art history professor David C. Hart for a talk about Lee-Smith's life and work.
When the United States entered World War II in December 1941, it was a foregone conclusion that Cleveland local Frank Matowitz would enlist in the Army to defend his country. To honor Memorial Day, this is the story of one local veteran's service.
Station Hope, the the free community event that celebrates Cleveland’s social justice heritage and explores today’s struggles for equity, occurs this weekend at St. John's Episcopal Church—Cleveland’s first Underground Railroad site.
Writer Erin O'Brien is chronicling her adventures participating in the Cleveland Metroparks 2022 Trail Challenge—completing either 10 or 20 Metroparks trails by biking, hiking, paddling, running, skating or walking. Read her latest installment here.