July 03, 2019

Shaker Square plan adds green space with Shaker Boulevard realignment

Organizations working to redesign Shaker Square showed their refined plan for the Cleveland business district to more than 200 people during a public meeting June 30 at Atlas Cinemas. The design, which is not necessarily final, calls for a realignment of Shaker Boulevard that would direct east-west traffic around the perimeter...

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June 26, 2019

Market Avenue Soon to Be Closed to Cars, Making Way For Pop-Up Art Installation

Beginning July 1, you’ll no longer be able to drive your vehicles down Market Avenue in Ohio City. The popular destination, home to Cleveland stalwarts like Flying Fig and Great Lakes Brewing Company, is closing to traffic for a pop-up art installation set to last all summer. “Creating a pedestrian and...

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June 17, 2019

Cuyahoga 50 and the visual arts: Exhibits explore burning river legacy

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Artists and photographers have flocked to the industrial Flats along the Cuyahoga River for more than a century. But while they once reveled in images of smoky factories lining a brown waterway, they’re now chronicling the rebirth of a cleaner, healthier and more life-giving river. The Cleveland Museum...

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June 14, 2019

Green Infrastructure Project Blends Public Art And An Environmental Message

Some of the storm waters from our rainy spring weather are now being diverted back to Mother Nature thanks to a new “green infrastructure” project on Cleveland’s East Side. The Buckeye Road site also features public art with an environmental theme. Four blocks of abandoned homes and businesses along Buckeye Road...

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June 07, 2019

Sudanese Designer Malaz Elgemiabby on Ohio City Projects, Conflict in Sudan

Malaz Elgemiabby is designing a new welcome center in Ohio City. But her heart is with her family living in Sudan, where military forces reportedly killed dozens of pro-democracy protestors this week. Elgemiabby struggled to reach her family afterwards, but she heard of others reeling from the violence. “We’ve had people who have...

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