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Colossal Cupcakes Opens this Friday March 16th

Colossal Cupcakes is opening this Friday at 7AM! Colossal Cupcakes is located at 530 Euclid (storefront of the Colonial Marketplace). Colossal Cupcakes serves homemade and ample sized cupcakes that offer a unique and homemade delicacy to the Greater Cleveland area. We offer an overwhelming amount of flavors decorated with supreme imagination. We pride ourselves with [...]

Global Cleveland Announces New Funding and Location of Headquarters

Organization receives $1 million in initial funding Global Cleveland, an organization focused on regional economic development through actively attracting and welcoming newcomers, has raised $1 million through its founding sponsors.  The organization also announced the location of the Global Cleveland Welcome Hub, a connection point for all newcomers to Greater Cleveland. Huntington National Bank bestowed [...]

Cleveland Furniture Fair 1.1

Downtown Cleveland:  The District of Design is proud to announce the second annual Cleveland Furniture Fair 1.1 at the Halle Building and Sterling Building in Downtown Cleveland May 19th and 20th. The fair will feature local furniture builders from Northeast Ohio’s Amish community, Cleveland-area artisan furniture makers, and forward-thinking consumer product designers from Cleveland.  The [...]

Cleveland’s Signs of Renewal

In a recent article from the Smithsonian Magazine, author Charles Michener returns to his native Ohio and marvels at the city’s ability to reinvent itself. He writes, “On Saturday mornings when I was 11 or 12, my mother would drop me off at the Rapid Transit stop nearest our home in Pepper Pike, an outlying [...]

New Student Housing at CSU: Euclid Common Dorms

Last August, Phase 1 of Euclid Commons, a $40million complex, opened just in time for the Fall 2010 classes. The complex, located on the south side of Euclid Avenue across from Fenn Tower, is comprised of three connected four-story buildings arranged in an L-Shape and has 332 beds. Phase II, now underway is expected to [...]

Community Groups & Local Students to participate in annual tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. @ House of Blues, Cleveland

On Monday, January 17, 2011, the International House of Blues Foundation-Cleveland (IHOBF-Cleveland) will present its annual program celebrating the life and contributions of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community members and families are invited to celebrate the legacy of Dr. King at the IHOBF-Cleveland Sixth Annual Dr. MartinLuther King, Jr. Celebration: “We Have a Dream.” This community program [...]

Downtown Farmers’ Market @ the Arcade during December

This Year, Downtown Cleveland Can Eat Local Through the Holidays! Farmers’ markets have been on the rise in recent years, with increasing demand for locally-sourced food from consumers. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that the number of farmers’ markets in the United States grew 16% from 2009 to 2010, 36% in Ohio. Even with [...]

New Pop-Up Gift Shop Opens for the Holidays

There is a new Pop-Up Gift Shop that recently opened and is located at 2242 Euclid Avenue, (right at Trinity Commons, next to Ten Thousand Villages. The new shop is open Thursdays thru Sunday’s from now until December 19th. For hours, updates, artists, community art & craft workshops & special events, visit their website at With support from [...]

668 to have new Euclid Facade soon!

Downtown’s newest residential address will soon have its Euclid Avenue facade complete.

Storefront Arts, Cigarette Litter Prevention & Other Updates

I have arranged to begin a storefront art display program offered free for property owners during the interim times which their property sits vacant. I am also working on helping to curb the cigarette butt litter with tastefully decorated “Ash-Cans” which can boast messages such as “Don’t Be A Tosser…Bin Your Butts”… And trash too”…”We Can’t Get Enough Ash!”… “Butts Are For Ash Cans..NOT Neighborhoods!” and “Get Your Butt Out Of The Way”

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