Monday, November 25th, 2013
When the Cleveland Botanical Garden decided to make a 24-foot evergreen into a show-stopping part of its upcoming Glow holiday event, it turned to Cleveland's nationally recognized floral and event designer Don Vanderbrook.
Vanderbrook’s storied career includes decorating inaugural balls, parties at the British Embassy and many international events and...
Author: Julie Washington
Wednesday, November 20th, 2013
Dodgeball in the museum? Dancing near the installations? Turning your fear of insects into art?
These activities are not only allowed, they're encouraged at the Cleveland Museum of Contemporary Art.
Since their move to University Circle in the spring of 2012, MOCA has instituted a series of non-traditional programs to...
Author: Laura DeMarco
Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013
Ground was broke Tuesday for a new RTA rapid station, called the Little Italy-University Circle neighborhood of Cleveland at the corner of Mayfield and Random Roads.
This new rapid station will replace the East 120th Street and Euclid Avenue station on the Red Line. It will provide a direct link to...
Author: Ann Geyser
Monday, October 14th, 2013
A Case Western Reserve University professor has received a $69,000 grant to help develop a free online course on how communities can support and grow new companies – with a focus on Northeast Ohio.
The non-credit course, likely to be taken by tens of thousands across the world, will explore...
Author: Karen Farkas
Thursday, September 19th, 2013
Humans have been evolving for almost 6 million years. The Cleveland Museum of Natural History's Human Origins Gallery has been evolving much more briskly.
The latest iteration debuts Friday morning, with two updated reconstructiions of Lucy, a 3.2 million-year-old ancestor known formally as Australopithecus afarensis.
Dr. Donald Johanson, a former curator at...
Author: James Ewinger,