Khadija Smith reports on the new Dave’s Market Ohio City building and offerings.
A special report by The Gordon Square PRINT
Edgewater LIVE, the wildly popular summer concert event continued this past Thursday with live music, local food trucks and entertainment on our Cleveland lakefront. Edgewater Beach and the Cleveland Metroparks host Edgewater LIVE every Thursday through August 11 (no Edgewater LIVE on July 21 due to the Republican National Convention), from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. The Gordon Square PRINT attended Edgewater LIVE this past Thursday, June 30, taking the shuttle from the Capitol Theatre to the W. 73 Street tunnel to Edgewater Beach, where we enjoyed live music from Victory Highway, explored many of Cleveland’s best food trucks, and spoke to Cleveland Metroparks CEO Brian Zimmerman about the weekly event, the Gordon Square neighborhood shuttle, this week’s band, the food, stand-up paddleboarding lessons (from SUP CLE Stand Up Paddleboarding at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m.), and free beginner’s yoga classes (from The Source Yoga Studio at 7 p.m.). Please visit clevelandmetroparks.com and stay close to the Cleveland Metroparks Facebook page for Edgewater LIVE travel tips.
CMSD NEWS BUREAU
CMSD’s new Lincoln-West School of Science and Health will be based partly at the MetroHealth System’s main campus.
District and hospital leaders believe the school, which will open July 25 with ninth- and 10th-graders, may be the only one in the country located within a hospital.
Tenth-graders will attend classes at MetroHealth three days a week, while ninth-graders visit weekly. The students will interact with professionals and observe the medical, business and other careers available in the healthcare industry. The juniors and seniors who come later will take coursework at Lincoln-West and online and serve internships.
“The Lincoln-West School of Science and Health will expose students to the hundreds of jobs available in healthcare, jobs that will guarantee them a sound and safe future,” Dr. Akram Boutros, MetroHealth’s president and chief executive officer, said at annual stakeholders meeting Thursday at the Global Center for Health Innovation. He listed the school among accomplishments and plans that address the health and well-being of Cuyahoga County residents. Continue reading
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CMSD NEWS BUREAU
When it comes to deciding which high school to attend, CMSD wants its eighth-graders to be choosy.
Cleveland is a portfolio district, offering a growing variety options to fit different needs and interests. Students can attend any school in the system as long as space is available and, in a handful of cases, they meet admissions criteria.
Options were on full display this week as the District hosted its annual High School Choice Fair on Monday through Wednesday at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center. Students who came in shifts moved among school booths during the day, and families attended for two hours Wednesday night. Continue reading
Jason Todd, Brian Todd, and Westshore Properties, LLC took a moment during renovation of their Ecovillage 4-unit development on Monday to submit a video of the insulation process in their gutted, framed, and freshly wired building (video by Gavin Brent). Continue reading