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April 25, 2019

Planners say removing Shaker Boulevard is the only way to transform Shaker Square

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Planners are now firmly in favor of re-routing Shaker Boulevard traffic around Shaker Square so its central green space can be enlarged. At public meetings Wednesday and Thursday, a design team gathered feedback on a plan that calls for removing the boulevard from the center of the 5.5-acre...

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April 25, 2019

Graffiti, trash an ongoing battle along Cleveland’s Red Line corridor

CLEVELAND — Ahead of the 2016 Republican National Convention, local civic and philanthropic organizations pooled together resources to beautify the Red Line corridor, including replacing graffiti with street art authored by renown artists. While the work of those artists remains, the graffiti, trash and debris has returned as Cleveland prepares...

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April 19, 2019

New public meetings on future of Shaker Square scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Planners are still questioning whether Shaker Square would be improved by removing Shaker Boulevard, the main drag that bisects the beloved but aging shopping center. On Wednesday and Thursday, designers working on a 21st century vision for the square will present their latest thinking on the boulevard and...

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April 11, 2019

Now hear this: The five Cleveland podcasts you need to add to your rotation right now

When Lakewood resident Katie Tackett started her Muse Room podcast in late 2018, fellow podcaster Katie Dalebout of Let It Out shared some sage wisdom: “Podcasting is the new networking.” This assertion rings true for just about every podcaster—affording the chance to curate a dream lineup of interviewees and gather...

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April 05, 2019

Cuyahoga 50: Waterways to Waterways Offers Birds-Eye View

In conjunction with the city’s Cuyahoga 50 program, the yearlong program honors the Cuyahoga River using creative methods. When the Cuyahoga River caught fire in 1969, no one expected anything good to come from the ecological disaster. But the historic blaze did lead, in part, to the modern environmental movement and...

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