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
Wednesday, May 01st, 2013
Eighty-four-year-old community activist Joan Southgate is lacing up her walking shoes again 11 years after her inspiring trek across Ohio to raise awareness of the state's important role in the Underground Railroad. This time drummers of the Rainey Institute, Distinguished Gentlemen of the Spoken Word, The Hue People, schoolchildren, friends...
Friday, April 26th, 2013
Three of Cleveland's major cultural institutions began serving the public in the second decade of the 20th century, including two that would go on to become international titans: the Cleveland Museum of Art (1916) and the Cleveland Orchestra (1918).
But a more modest giant was first to race past the...
Author: Donald Rosenberg
Thursday, April 18th, 2013
The Cleveland Museum of Art doesn't often behave like a butler at a country house bearing a calling card on a silver tray. But there's no mistaking the tenor of "British Drawings," the current exhibition that explores two centuries of watercolors, ink drawings and pencil sketches from the sceptered...
Author: Steven Litt