Hot Springs National Park-Goat Rock Trail | Photos by JoYo York (@JoYoYork)
JOSH HEADS OUT TO THE NATURAL STATE TO FIND OUT JUST THAT!
A few years back, I was invited to a wedding in Tulsa, OK. I decided to drive down and make it an epic adventure, visiting anyone I knew in the basic drive path. I saw friends in northern Kentucky, central Missouri, Oklahoma, and Austin, Texas. My friends from Austin were going to a big Grateful Dead show in Chicago and were headed out the same day I was leaving to return to Cleveland. We decided to head back through Arkansas so my dude Blaine could check out a spot he wanted to see, Crater of Diamonds State Park, where you could dig in a HUGE dirt field for real volcanic diamonds and keep them! Continue reading
Looking towards the upcoming growing season, there are many things to be excited about at Holmden Hill Community Garden. 2017 brought several new gardeners who had a successful year growing their own vegetables. In 2018, we hope to build on that, inspiring more people to take part in realizing the value of the natural open spaces of their community. Continue reading
Cuyahoga County, City of Cleveland and Global Cleveland issued the following statements:
“It’s wrong to disrespect some of the 43 million immigrants who live in this country, who are an important part of our country, and who make our country better. Our community is a better place because of the mix of people we have here. And it is particularly outrageous to use vile and racist language to describe the people of entire countries and a continent. The good people of the United States should not sit quietly by in the face of hateful insults coming out of the White House,” said Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish.Continue reading
Hey Tremonsters! This is Danny from Beviamo Café (2275 Professor Avenue). We [have moved] from Literary onto our new location on Professor Avenue, 2275. We’re awaiting some custom furniture, some live edge wood tables, and a big barn door from a local company for our big game room in the back.
Last year, Raising the Bar Cleveland kicked off the holiday season with their first annual Toys For Tots fundraiser at the House of Blues. Guests jammed with their favorite local bartenders and industry professionals all night long at this must-attend event. Admission was an unwrapped toy or $10 to support children in need. Search for @RaisingTheBarCLE on Facebook for info on this year’s Raising the Bar Cleveland fundraiser (Raising The Bar 2016 was filmed and produced by Josh York, and distributed by The Tremonster/Tremonster.TV).