COWORK Tremont will open with a bang by hosting an exhibit by Tremonster artist Dana Depew this Friday, April 11, for ArtWalk. COWORK Tremont is located at 806 Literary Road, on the 2nd floor (above Barrio). Continue reading
Changes for Tremont
by Jocelynn Clemings
Construction of the second phase of the George V. Voinovich Bridge is well under way and Tremont residents have likely noticed a flurry of activity. Recently, crews began clearing trees along the southeast side of I-90 between Abbey and Starkweather Avenues. Crews are performing earth moving tasks in order to rebuild portions of I-90, and the trees in these areas need to be removed. The roadway in this area is widened slightly – by about four to six feet – in order to accommodate wider “break-down lanes” or shoulders. In addition, because this work includes excavation and rebuilding embankments, it is unlikely existing trees would survive. Continue reading
Tremont West Development Corporation and the Hispanic Business Center are excited to announce our 2014 Tremont Storefront Incubator Program participant is Cleveland’s very own Brewnuts. Shelley Fasulko and John Pippin are the co-owners of the already popular craft beer inspired donuts. They plan to open their incubator at 2406 Professor Avenue on Tuesday, April 29th. Their hours of operation in general will be Tuesday through Saturday, to be open for pick-ups several mornings a week and they plan to cater to the evening visitors and residents of the Tremont area during happy hour and well in to the evening hours. Continue reading
A rally to support Commander Keith Sulzer was held at 5:30 pm on Tuesday, 3/25/14, at the Second District Station, 3481 Fulton Road. The rally was organized by the Second District Community Relations Committee. A fellowship gathering was held at Benny’s Sports Cafe, 3463 Fulton Road, following the rally.
TWDC Board Calls for Sulzer’s Reinstatement
A special report by The Tremonster
Commander Sulzer has resigned from his position as Commander of the Second District.
Details are not easy to come by, but many Tremonsters, Tremont West Development Corporation, and its board have expressed great support for him and anger at what seems an unnecessary loss of this particular Commander, who worked so hard to build relationships within our community, and to maintain the trust so desperately needed between our neighbors and the Cleveland Police.
The board of directors of Tremont West approved the following call for Commander Sulzer’s reinstatement:
Attention Flats Motorists: On Wednesday, March 26, W 3rd Street will be closed under I-90 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. as bridge deck demolition takes place overhead. Motorists will be detoured via Harrison, W 4th, and Central Avenue.
This closure had previously been scheduled for Tuesday, March 25 but that operation has been canceled. Instead, be on the look-out as flaggers direct traffic on Canal Road Tuesday!
by Andy Holland
Emily Miller and I brought Yoga Rocks the Park (YRP) to CLE in 2012, and at that time CLE became the 6th city to have a YRP. As far as costs go, we charge $15 for a ticket which includes a 75-minute yoga class with live music. This fee goes towards maintaining and growing the event in our city. Our mission is to bring yoga to as many people in not only the Cleveland Community, but to communities across the U.S. which each locally managed and supported event (we are now in 20 cities across the U.S.) We have always maintained this policy: If someone comes to the event and can’t afford the $15 we would ask if they can make a donation, and if they can’t they would still be able to join in for FREE. Our kids yoga program, Camp YRP in Cleveland is FREE.
“No one would be turned away that can’t afford this yoga practice.” -Andrew Holland