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Capitol Theatre reopening with showing of Wizard of Oz

City of Cleveland is quietly blocking citizen planning efforts for safer, bike-friendly streets

City of Cleveland is quietly blocking citizen planning efforts for safer, bike-friendly streets by Lee Chilcote (Plain Press, August 2021)     For more than a decade, community developers on Cleveland’s near west side have been working to create a new, improved streetscape on Lorain Avenue between West 25th and West 65th Street. It was always about more than potholes and … Continue reading

Garden Walk in the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood

Cleveland Public Theatre’s workshop production of Panther Women: An Army for the Liberation by India Nicole Burton

Films returning to the Capitol as it celebrates its centennial

Films returning to the Capitol as it celebrates its centennial by Brian Love (Plain Press, August 2021)                       Film fans cooped up for months can celebrate the return of live screening when the Capitol Theater, at W. 65th and Detroit Avenue, celebrates its 100th birthday with an August 12th reopening. The featured film will be the Wizard of Oz (1939). Tickets … Continue reading

Merger of DSCDO and Cudell Improvement results in new entity, Northwest Neighborhoods CDC

Merger of DSCDO and Cudell Improvement results in new entity, Northwest Neighborhoods CDC To the editor: (Plain Press, August 2021)     The board of directors and staff of Northwest Neighborhoods Community Development Corporation are happy to formally announce our new, unified organization serving Cleveland’s Cudell, Detroit Shoreway, and Edgewater neighborhoods, following the merger of Detroit Shoreway Community Development … Continue reading

CPT opens live, in person summer season to take on racial equity

CPT opens live, in person summer season to take on racial equity by Lee Chilcote    Cleveland Public Theatre, which normally does not run a summer season, made an exception this year in response to an exceptional year of theaters left dark because of a global pandemic. CPT’s Outdoor Stage performances will run July 1 through August 7, … Continue reading

Music venues make a cautious return to in-person performances

Music venues make a cautious return to in-person performances by Daniel Polleta       After being closed for more than a year due to COVID 19 restrictions, the Happy Dog at W. 58th and Detroit Avenue reopened on June 25, much to the delight of both hot dog lovers, and the patrons who come to hear music and attend other … Continue reading

Neighborhood Leadership Development Program seeks 2021 applicants

Neighborhood Leadership Development Program seeks 2021 applicants (Plain Press, July 2021)       If you are passionate, committed and dedicated to taking an active role in improving your community and would like help enhancing your leadership skills, the Neighborhood Leadership Development Program (NLDP) is now seeking applicants to its 2021 program. NLDP is a free community engagement training … Continue reading

$6M Red Line Greenway opens after more than a decade of planning

$6M Red Line Greenway opens after more than a decade of planning by Lee Chilcote Plain Press, June 2021        Beginning at the eastern edge of Zone Recreation Center and threading through Ohio City before connecting to the Centennial Lake Link Trail, the $6 million Red line Greenway connects the near west side to downtown Cleveland while offering views … Continue reading

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