In Our Backyard: MetroHealth Main Campus Transformation Project If you follow the Historic Scranton Corridor past The Tappan and Wagner Awning, you’ll eventually come to MetroHealth System’s main campus—which is currently undergoing a significant transformation. The hospital’s campus is nearing the finish line for the first phase of its transformation project, which adds an 11-floor…

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Resident Recipes from SCA West Side Market Challenge Photo provided by SCA Resident Tiffany Vinson For more than 100 years, the West Side Market in Ohio City has been providing the Cleveland community with fresh meat and seafood, fruits and vegetables, baked goods, dairy and cheese products, and so much more. Vendors offer local and…

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2021 SCA Giving Tree Project Following the success of last year’s Giving Tree project, we’re very excited to introduce four more local nonprofits to our communities this holiday season. In 2020, our residents came together to donate over $2,500 worth of physical goods to four nonprofits that are doing great work in our neighborhoods.  How…

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Advocating for the Future of Public Transit in Cleveland Sustainable Community Associates recently welcomed Angie Schmitt and Marvin Ranaldson to an office space on the ground floor of the Fairmont Creamery. The move was rather serendipitous. “We had found an office downtown, but this came up and it all came together.” Angie explained. The space…

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Cleveland APL Expansion Will Bring Innovative Care to the City At the heart of the Cleveland Animal Protective League is a series of core values, including compassion, leadership, and innovation. These values drive all that the APL does, and are perhaps most clearly articulated through their current capital campaign, Unleash the Dream. The multi-year campaign…

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How Acupuncture First Treats Imbalances in the Body Karen Mastrangelo started practicing acupuncture in 2010, after earning her Master of Science degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from the prestigious Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Though she spent time studying and practicing in both California, where PCOM is located, and New York, she is a native…

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NOVOGRADAC: “Implementing Green Building Practices with Historic Preservation Requires Complicated Balance” An enduring challenge with historic tax credit-financed (HTC-financed) properties is a high-wire act of balancing green building practices with opportunities to restore, preserve, reconstruct and rehabilitate existing structures, writes Nick Decicco for NOVOGRADAC’s Journal of Tax Credits.  Though difficult, such challenges can also present opportunities…

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Polaroid Project: Taylor and Michael in Tremont Hey guys, let us introduce ourselves! Michael and myself, Taylor, are both Cleveland natives. We moved away for a bit, but when deciding to move back to Cleveland in 2016 we landed on our spot at the Fairmont Creamery, and couldn’t be luckier to be a part of…

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Community Resources for Cleveland Voters As many of the members in our community know, we have two important elections coming up in Cleveland. On Tuesday, August 3, 2021, voters will determine who is on the ballot for the congressional seat left vacant by Marcia Fudge, who is now serving as the US Secretary of Housing…

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Announcing the 2021 Tremont Farmers Market Each summer, the Tremont Farmers Market pops up in Lincoln Park to offer residents the opportunity to engage with and support local farmers, producers, and artists. In addition to providing fresh produce, baked goods, honey, jams, handcrafted foods and art, the market also serves as a neighborhood gathering place…

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