SouperBowl CLE is Cleveland’s annual soup competition / soup crawl. It’s held in the Gordon Square Arts District where attendees stroll along Detroit Avenue from West 50th to West 70th stopping in the various shoppes, theatres and galleries to shop, browse and more importantly taste 25+ soups from some of the best, local, independent restaurants in NE Ohio. Continue reading
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Khadija Smith reports on the new Dave’s Market Ohio City building and offerings.
by Michael Paredes
Cleveland has long been known as the city that rocks, a city with a musical kinetic energy that surges and soars. Rock outfit MOSSOM deliver this energy on their self-titled EP, bringing together the key components that make this city what it is. Continue reading
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.
by Michael Paredes
On Saturday, May 21, The Happy Dog presented a live musical showcase featuring Austin punk-rockers A Giant Dog, as well as local rock bands Goldmines and Shitbox Jimmy.
Goldmines from Cleveland is comprised of Mandy Aramouni on lead vocals and guitar, Heather Gmucs on bass and vocals, Roseanna Safos on Drums and vocals, and Jeanna Lax as the newest addition on guitar and vocals. They are celebrating the release of their newest, self-titled EP, which was released in early May. Most of the band has been playing together for 7 years and their music reflects the spirit that they feel Cleveland embodies.
“I think that Cleveland is like the underdog and I think that we write a lot of songs that kind of root for the underdog,” said vocalist Mandy Aramouni. “We are all built from scratch, we’re all self taught, born in the blue collar suburbs of the city, so I think that’s how Cleveland has definitely shaped us. We know how to work hard and we know what we want to do, and this is just the funnest thing to do, to rock and roll.” Continue reading
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
During National Infrastructure Week, RTA CEO and General Manager Joseph Calabrese offered comments on the importance of consistent investment in the physical structure of the public transportation system. His remarks were delivered from the Cuyahoga Viaduct Bridge, a critical link in the region’s transit infrastructure.
On March 21, the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) begins a series of public meetings to gather comments about proposed fare increases for buses, trains and Paratransit, as well as proposed service modifications.
“These proposals will affect every customer, and we want to hear from you,” said Joe Calabrese, RTA CEO and General Manager. “By law, we must balance our budget. To be good stewards of public money, we must look at all possible alternatives. Your comments will help guide our final decision, which will be made April 26 by the Board of Trustees.”
Calabrese said that RTA needs to close a $7 million gap in the 2016 operating budget, passed by the Board in December. He blamed part of the problem on weak transit funding by the State.
At the public meetings, customers will be asked to comment on modifications to a number of routes being considered for full or partial cuts. RTA’s goal is to impact the least number of customers. Modifications to these routes will impact less than 2 percent of RTA’s current customers. Continue reading
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