Thursday, November 15th, 2012
The Crawford Auto Aviation Collection is coming out of hibernation in the depths of winter.
The transportation arm of the Western Reserve Historical Society will reopen to the public Feb. 2, after a undergoing a year's worth of renovation. Walls have been knocked down to create better sight lines,...
Author: James Ewinger
Wednesday, November 14th, 2012
Case Western Reserve University is revamping its doctoral program in art history in collaboration with the Cleveland Museum of Art to train curators of the future with skills to understand the physical nature of artworks in all their richness and complexity.
The program, to be launched in the...
Author: Steven Litt
Tuesday, November 13th, 2012
In the mid-1980s, officials at Clark University realized that Main South, the aging blue-collar neighborhood at their Worcester, Mass., doorstep, was making it harder to attract and retain top students.
The easy reaction would have been to emulate what so many city institutions had done in the teeth...
Author: Joe Frolik
Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012
Developers on the edge of University Circle hope to attract professionals, researchers and tech businesses with broadband service that is hundreds of time faster than typical.
OneCommunity, a Cleveland-based nonprofit broadband provider, hopes to create an ultra-high-speed network for a new development called Intesa being planned for University Circle by...
Author: Marcia Pledger
Thursday, October 11th, 2012
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) has broken ground on an $18.5 million redevelopment of its Cedar-University rapid station that will make it safer, easier to navigate, more efficient and more inviting. RTA officials hope it will become a stronger hub for the growing University...
Author: Lee Chilcote