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 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
PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON Wednesday, March 17, 2021; W. 65th and Detroit Avenue: A bagpipe player celebrates St. Patrick’s Day in the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood on a day when the traditional St. Patrick’s Day Parade was cancelled for the second year in a row due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
School of One opens site at LGBT Center CMSD NEWS BUREAU (Plain Press, December 2020) The Cleveland Metropolitan School District’s School of One has opened a site at the LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland, a partnership that might be the first of its kind in the country. Classes, like those across the District, are remote … Continue reading
Community raises over $50,000 to grant to businesses in the Gordon Square Arts District (Plain Press, October 2020) Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO) applauds our community for raising $55,474 through the organization’s Fast Forward Fund to provide relief to small businesses and non-profits in the Gordon Square Arts District. Local anonymous donors have matched $27,737 … Continue reading
Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization and Cudell Improvement team up to aid local businesses providing free meals to residents by Colin Murnan (Plain Press, July 2020) The Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization and Cudell Improvement Inc. have teamed up to help their local neighborhoods in a time when it is needed. The organizations started compensating small … Continue reading