Wednesday, July 03rd, 2013
On a warm September afternoon in 1987, professional photographer Vaughn Sills came across a garden in Athens, Ga., that fascinated her, although she wasn't sure why.
The garden belonged to Bea Robinson, an older African-American woman. It wasn't a lush, picture-perfect garden worthy of the pages of Fine Gardening magazine...
Author: Roxanne Washington
Thursday, June 27th, 2013
Wade Oval Wednesdays is its name, but its acronym may be what describes it best.
WOW, indeed. What began 10 years ago as a tiny gathering of some few hundred people is now one of University Circle's largest, most popular music series, drawing 50,000 over the course of a...
Author: Zachary Lewis
Thursday, May 16th, 2013
The Cleveland Institute of Art will soon go to bid on the final chunk of an eight-year, $63.5 million expansion and renovation in University Circle.
On Tuesday, trustees voted to go ahead with the $33.5 million second phase of the project, which started construction in 2009 with the $30...
Author: Steven Litt
Wednesday, May 15th, 2013
Bucking the apartment-building blitz, a Cleveland real estate investment group plans to construct and sell 20 townhouses on the eastern rim of University Circle.
Between November and April, Bluewater Capital Partners LLC quietly bought 0.7 acres along East 118th Street. Now the investment group, led by executives at Allegro Realty...
Author: Michelle Jarboe McFee
Wednesday, May 08th, 2013
If the new dinosaur that paleontologists Michael Ryan of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and David Evans of Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum unveiled Tuesday hadn't been so hard-headed, they might never have found it.
Not that the animal was stubborn. Just dense up top. The crown of the 85...
Author: John Mangels