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A wide variety of venues found a home on Denison Avenue over the years

A wide variety of venues found a home on Denison Avenue over the years by Matthew Johns (Plain Press, March 2020) A wealthy businessman’s house, a massive roller rink and Transylvanian cultural center may seem like an odd combination, but they all found their place along a small strip of a road on Cleveland’s west … Continue reading

Max Hayes Food Drive collects donations for St. Augustine Hunger Center

PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN Tuesday, November 26, 2019; St. Augustine Church, 2486 W. 14th Street: Max Hayes student Christian Harris unloads a box of donated food from the truck. Students and staff from Max Hayes High School brought donations to the St. Augustine Hunger Center from their school’s food drive. Max Hayes High School’s food … Continue reading

Neighborhood Family Practice opens Ann B. Reichsman Community Health Center

  PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN Thursday, October 3, 2019, Grand Opening of Neighborhood Family Practice’s (NFP) Ann B. Reichsman Community Health Center, 3545 Ridge Road: Cutting the ribbon for the new community health center are (L-R): John Wise, NFP Board Member; Alan Mancuso, NFP Board Member; Jean Solomon, Chair, NFP Board; Ann B. Reichsman, MD, … Continue reading

Convención Hispana 2019

  PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN Saturday, October 5, 2019; Convención Hispana 2019 presented by the Hispanic Roundtable, Max Hayes High School, 2011 W. 65thStreet: legendary Puerto Rican singer, musician and composer José Feliciano is welcomed to Cleveland by Cleveland attorney and Hispanic Roundtable Chairman José Feliciano. The two José Felicianos dialogued on stage before a … Continue reading

United Latino Film Festival

    PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN Friday, August 9, 2019; United Latino Film Festival, Holiday Inn, Mentor, Ohio: Tony Mata, executive producer and director of the documentary film Theatre of Rice and Beans, a retrospective look at New York Latino Theatre which features the founders of three Latino Theaters — Miriam Colon, Rene Buch and Max … Continue reading

Lamia, host of local production Horror Hotel, receives national recognition

Lamia, host of local production Horror Hotel, receives national recognition (Plain Press, July 2019)    Cleveland’s own Lamia from “Horror Hotel” was named runner-up for “Favorite Horror Host” in the 17thAnnual Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards.    TV20, which airs the show locally, promoted the show last year saying: “Produced locally here in the City of Cleveland by REEL … Continue reading

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Lamia, host of local production Horror Hotel, receives national recognition

Lamia, host of local production Horror Hotel, receives national recognition (Plain Press, June 2019)   Cleveland’s own Lamia from “Horror Hotel” was named runner-up for “Favorite Horror Host” in the 17thAnnual Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards.    TV20, which airs the show locally, promoted the show last year saying: “Produced locally here in the City of Cleveland by REEL … Continue reading

Cleveland Metropolitan School District reveals long-term planning recommendations for K-8 schools

Cleveland Metropolitan School District reveals long-term planning recommendations for K-8 schools by Chuck Hoven (Plain Press, June 2019)   On May 15that Max Hayes High School, Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Eric Gordon shared his administration’s recommendations for the future of Kindergarten to grade eight programs and school buildings. The meeting was one … Continue reading

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