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Cleveland Fish Fry Guide 2016: Check out these local fish frys for Lent
By February 19, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Cleveland Fish Fry Guide 2016: Check out these local fish frys for Lent

The 2016 Lenten season continues through March 24. Thousands of Northeast Ohioans will attend Friday fish frys at local churches and civic organizations during that time. Be sure to check out cleveland.com’s 2016 guide to Cleveland fish frys.

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New strange doings at Franklin Castle: Web ads, not ghosts, puzzle neighbors | cleveland.com
By February 4, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

New strange doings at Franklin Castle: Web ads, not ghosts, puzzle neighbors | cleveland.com

Once again, mystery shrouds the Franklin Castle, a hulking Victorian edifice that keeps people wondering what goes on behind those ominous stone walls, behind that old iron gate.

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Science Center lands “Ripley’s Believe It or Not” (photos) | cleveland.com
By January 23, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Science Center lands “Ripley’s Believe It or Not” (photos) | cleveland.com

Great Lakes Science Center mounts “The Science Behind Ripley’s Believe It or Not” exhibit.

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By November 12, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

Cleveland: Kickoff for ‘Save the Plain Dealer’ Push | wkyc.com

CLEVELAND — The people who find and report the news for the Plain Dealer are launching a campaign starting Sunday to preserve printing  the paper seven days a week. via wkyc.com

Charter One grants will aid projects in Lakewood’s Birdtown, retail and bike initiatives in Cleveland | cleveland.com
By August 24, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

Charter One grants will aid projects in Lakewood’s Birdtown, retail and bike initiatives in Cleveland | cleveland.com

A $27,000 grant will go to LakewoodAlive, a nonprofit economic-development group, to add bus shelters, benches, bicycle racks, trash bins and artwork in Lakewood’s historic Birdtown neighborhood, one of the city’s few lower-income districts. Full Story: Charter One grants will aid projects in Lakewood’s Birdtown, retail and bike initiatives in Cleveland | cleveland.com

By August 6, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

Clifton Park residents in Lakewood challenge Clifton Club members on access to Clifton Beach | cleveland.com

If the property owners prevail, they might just take the beach, but will they lose a lot of friends in the meantime? Full Story: Clifton Park residents in Lakewood challenge Clifton Club members on access to Clifton Beach: Michael K. McIntyre’s Tipoff | cleveland.com

Deagan’s Kitchen to bring new chef on board | cleveland.com
By August 3, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

Deagan’s Kitchen to bring new chef on board | cleveland.com

Deagan’s Kitchen and Bar, one of Lakewood’s downtown culinary staples, is preparing for the arrival of incoming Chef Tim Bando. Full Story: Downtown Lakewood staple Deagan’s to bring new chef on board in coming weeks | cleveland.com

Lakewood Hospital and Marc’s partner to offer diabetics affordable education and medication | cleveland.com
By August 3, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

Lakewood Hospital and Marc’s partner to offer diabetics affordable education and medication | cleveland.com

Tonight, over 600 people will gather at Lakewood Hospital for the seventh annual Starry Night. The annual fundraiser of the Lakewood Hospital Foundation supports the Hospital’s Diabetes Assistance Initiative (DAI). Full Story: Lakewood Hospital and Marc’s partner to offer diabetics affordable education and medication | cleveland.com

Overflow crowd fills St. James Catholic Church in Lakewood to celebrate reopening | cleveland.com
By July 26, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

Overflow crowd fills St. James Catholic Church in Lakewood to celebrate reopening | cleveland.com

LAKEWOOD, Ohio — A shared emotion flowed through the crowd of over 1,400 worshipers Wednesday night in the reopening of St. James Catholic Church in Lakewood. Full Story: Overflow crowd fills St. James Catholic Church in Lakewood to celebrate reopening | cleveland.com

Restoring Cleveland’s neighborhoods on the arms of its children: Phillip Morris | cleveland.com
By July 10, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

Restoring Cleveland’s neighborhoods on the arms of its children: Phillip Morris | cleveland.com

Can baseball help restore Cleveland’s neighborhoods? More to the point, can T-ball, a form of baseball designed to introduce the sport to children around the age of 4, become part of Cleveland’s revival? Full Story: Restoring Cleveland’s neighborhoods on the arms of its children: Phillip Morris | cleveland.com