Friday, May 11th, 2012
Blue skies and warm temperatures made Friday's Wade Oval Walk Against Hunger a real pleasure for the hundreds who turned out to support the Harvest For Hunger Campaign.
Many people aren't aware the campaign to support the Cleveland Food Bank continues through June 19.
Author: Lee Jordan, WEWS Channel 5 Cleveland
Tuesday, May 08th, 2012
In theory, why anyone would attend a concert?
After all, the best performance of a musician, captured with the best technology on CD, is available for less than 20 bucks on Amazon. Or via the DVD recording of a concert, so the viewer can actually see the performers' faces (for better...
Author: Dana Joseph
Monday, May 07th, 2012
Red admirals are taking over Northeast Ohio.
Naturalists, teachers, backyard nature lovers -- and yes, lepidopterists, especially -- are noticing unusually high numbers of the red-and-black winged butterfly this spring. The butterfly burst is likely both from a larger emergence of the native species and waves of migrants from southern...
Author: Michael Scott
Friday, May 04th, 2012
After it opens its new building in October, The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland plans to keep the voltage high throughout the winter, spring and summer of 2013 with new and commissioned artworks, exhibitions that explore narratives of Northeast Ohio, and big talents with rising reputations.
“We’re very interested...
Author: Steven Litt
Thursday, April 26th, 2012
As the Circle East Townhomes near completion, 60 percent of the units are pre-leased, and eight of the 12 leased units have been snatched up by University Circle area employees. This proves the viability of new housing options in the area, says Chris Ronayne, Executive Director of University Circle Inc....
Author: Lee Chilcote, Fresh Water Cleveland