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Father Bob Begin In Memory Father Bob Begin Plain Press, August 2022     It seems that the passing of Bob Begin is a momentous occasion in the history of the Near West Side. For 50 years Bob was at the center of the creative energy in serving the poor and marginalized, for which this community was … Continue reading

New Neighborhood Housing Court Kiosk opens at the South Branch Library

New Neighborhood Housing Court Kiosk opens at the South Branch Library by Bruce Checefsky Plain Press, August 2022        Cleveland Housing Court and Cleveland Public Library have teamed up to bring the court to the community. Starting this month, the new Neighborhood Housing Court Kiosk at the South Branch of the Cleveland Public Library, located at … Continue reading

Open House for Grand Opening of Edna House Campus

Julia de Burgos Cultural Arts Center is new owner of the Archwood United Church of Christ building

Julia de Burgos Cultural Arts Center is new owner of the Archwood United Church of Christ building Plain Press, August 2022   Archwood United Church of Christ (UCC) and Julia de Burgos Cultural Arts Center are celebrating a new use for a building that has anchored Archwood Avenue since 1929. The former Archwood United Church of … Continue reading

Debate over tax breaks for nonprofit Cleveland area hospitals is also about racism and redlining

Debate over tax breaks for nonprofit Cleveland area hospitals is also about racism and redlining by Stephanie Czekalinski & Michael Indriolo  This is part two of a series examining the tax-exempt status of nonprofit hospitals in Northeast Ohio and how the loss of tax dollars impacts communities. Plain Press, August 2022        Nonprofit hospitals like the Cleveland Clinic receive … Continue reading

Books, buses and the unexpected – tips for the new school year

Books, buses and the unexpected – tips for the new school year by Tonya Sams Plain Press, August 2022        August is here and we will soon hear the ringing of school bells. But preparing for the new year is more than just buying clothes and supplies – it is also about preparing for new situations … Continue reading

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) interim reports are back!

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) interim reports are back! WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Plain Press, August 2022        Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Interim Reports are required for many households six months after an application or recertification. Interim Reports have been waived during the pandemic until now.      SNAP assistance groups that received an interim … Continue reading

School Board renames two area schools

Plain Press, August 2022        At its June 28th meeting, the Cleveland Municipal School District Board of Education voted to change the names of two schools in the Plain Press service area. Thomas Jefferson International Newcomers Academy will be renamed Natividad Pagan International Newcomers Academy. Louis Agassiz School will be renamed Mary Church Terrell School. The … Continue reading

August 2022 Plain Press Community Board

ARTS/THEATER SPACES, 2900 Detroit Avenue, presents Front International 2022’s Oh, Gods of Dust and Rainbows thru October 2nd, Open Wednesdays thru Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. and by appointment. ARTS IN AUGUST 2022 IN TREMONT’S LINCOLN PARK: Free performances.All events begin at 7 p.m. Friday, August 8: Cleveland Public Theater’s Student Theatre Enrichment Program … Continue reading

Collective Arts Network (CAN) Triennial, Gordon Square Reception, ARTneo – The Museum of Northeast Ohio Art

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