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Pushing ahead with eds and meds

Posted November 13, 2012 in Articles

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... read more

OneCommunity wants ultra-high-speed broadband for new University Circle project

Posted October 23, 2012 in Articles

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... read more

RTA Breaks Ground on Redevelopment of Cedar-University Rapid Station

Posted October 11, 2012 in Articles

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... read more

Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland to open permanent home after 44 years on the move

Posted October 08, 2012 in Articles

You might call it the tale of the wandering museum. Or, with apologies to John Milton, "Paradise Regained." The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, which opened in a tiny storefront on Euclid Avenue in... read more

Architect Farshid Moussavi designed MOCA Cleveland as a city ornament, unfolding over time

Posted October 05, 2012 in Articles

With Frank Gehry, you get shiny curves. With Daniel Libeskind, you get jagged shards. And with Farshid Moussavi, you get something different every time. The 47-year-old London architect, a native of Iran who has... read more

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