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Monthly Archives: September 2009

2014 Gay Games Will be in Cleveland!

Cleveland has been chosen by the Federation of Gay Games (FGG) to host the 2014 Gay Games!

The announcement by the FGG comes after a year-long site selection process that culminated in formal presentations by bidding cities to the FGG Membership Assembly meeting this week in Cologne, Germany, site of the 2010 Gay Games. Boston, Massachusetts, USA, and Washington, D.C., USA were the other two finalists.

Shaq’s Official Welcome to Cleveland Party!

Shaq finds a new home in Cleveland…

Recruiting For Established And Popular Vegetarian/Vegan Cafe To Locate Downtown

Recruiting For Established And Popular Vegetarian/Vegan Cafe To Locate Downtown

The Bridge Project: Walking Cleveland’s Old Subway

This past weekend my girlfriend and I went to the Bridge Project. This was such a cool event and yet another reason to enjoy living in the city (and near downtown). It is run by the same people who put on Ingenuity Fest. But in this case, they opened up the lower level of the [...]

CSU First Friday: October

Come to Mercury Lounge on Friday October 2nd!

Welcome to Downtown Cleveland, parts 1 & 2

Putting a happy face on downtown Cleveland, for art lovers and sports fans alike.

The Hermit Club – One of the Best Kept Secrets Downtown

The Hermit Club – One of the Best Kept Secrets Downtown

The Bridge Project

This Friday and Saturday, The Bridge Project will transform the lower level of the Detroit Superior Bridge into a dynamic festival, and it’s all free!The project is a collaboration between the Ingenuity Festival and Kent State University’s Pop-up City program.

36 Hours in Cleveland

The New York Times ran a travel article on Cleveland over the weekend. The story had great reviews of Cleveland favorites. Always great to hear compliments from out-of-towners. Check out the article for your self by clicking here: NY Times Article

Patriot Bowl Tomorrow

This weekend is Buckeye weekend in Downtown Cleveland. The Ohio State University will play the University of Toledo at Brown’s Stadium on Saturday, and tonight and all day tomorrow Downtown will be full of events and activities to celebrate.

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