Tuesday, August 18th, 2015
William Griswold looks down through the big glass window in his conference room overlooking the Cleveland Museum of Art's atrium and sees artistic and even architectural possibilities that have not yet been tapped.
Griswold, who marks his first anniversary Tuesday as the museum's 10th director since it opened in 1916,...
Author: Steven Litt
Friday, August 14th, 2015
Navigating the spaghetti bowl of converging streets at the base of Cedar Hill can be a headache for drivers, but for pedestrians it can be perilous.
Students pouring out of the bus and rapid stations headed to John Hay High School (and starting this fall, the new home of the
Author: Alison Grant
Monday, August 03rd, 2015
I am nostalgic. Unashamedly, I admit that.
I smile when I think of days long ago when I held my parents' hands and we walked around the lagoon in front of the Cleveland Museum of Art. There was something magical in that area of the city.
It was Cleveland's...
Author: Leon Bibb
Tuesday, July 14th, 2015
SHEFFIELD TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- The earliest known residents of Lorain County left no historical records of who they were and how they lived.
They left only fragments of evidence, buried by time, that yield their secrets only to patient exploration and trained eyes.
Patience, hard work and study paid off this summer...
Author: Tom Feran
Monday, June 08th, 2015
The largest animals to walk the Earth are in residence in University Circle for the remainder of the year.
These are the biggest of the dinosaurs and an exhibit on them opens today at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
As a group, they are called sauropods. They thrived for 140 million...
Author: James Ewinger