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October 25, 2012

Euclid Beach Rebirth will Incorporate Old and New

The new Euclid Beach park would integrate some of the old, especially the Euclid Beach Arch, with a new pier and playground. It’ll be a far different landscape than the old Euclid Beach. Around the turn of the last century, it was an amusement park with a carousel, roller coasters...

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October 22, 2012

LAND studio strongly supports the Port's levy, Issue 108

Components of the levy are not only critical to supporting jobs and industry, but will also deliver vital connections to our lake and riverfronts—that are critical to our growth as a region. As Riverbed Road is shored up to safeguard shipping, a critical piece of the Lake Link Trail will...

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October 19, 2012

Hanging out at Market Square Park

Since reopening to the public in June, the renovated Market Square Park has quickly become the front door that the West Side Market had sorely been missing. Now, on any given day, you’ll find people waiting to meet friends while lounging in Adirondack chairs, out-of-towners eating lunch at picnic tables,...

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October 19, 2012

Happy Birthday Arts in August

An eclectic performance of music and art on August 25th marked the end to the 2012 season of Arts in August. This year was the 10th anniversary of the free arts and culture programming taking place in Tremont’s Lincoln Park.  Since 2002, thousands of northeast Ohioans have enjoyed interesting and...

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October 19, 2012

The New and Improved Zone Recreation Center

Thirty years ago, in September 1982, the City of Cleveland opened the Michael J. Zone Recreation Center in honor of the late Councilman Michael J. Zone. Now, after decades of planning, that same recreation center has been revitalized, providing the Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood with a state-of-the-art, outdoor facility.  The...

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