Sam McNulty, in his comfort zone on the West Side Market Strip at his Market Garden Brewery, located at 1947 W 25th St., where the brewery recently celebrated its three-year anniversary. When it comes to competitors, McNulty believes the more, the merrier: “We’ve been working hard to grow the Ohio City Brewery District, and part of that process is collaborating, kind of mentoring, those interested in brewing in the neighborhood (Photo by Mandi Kotynski).”
by Amanda Lloyd
Sam McNulty – owner of Bar Cento, McNulty’s Bier Markt, Market Garden Brewery, Speakeasy, and Nano Brew Cleveland, all located on West 25th St. in Ohio City – is broadening his horizons to include the Duck Island area of Tremont. Continue reading →
The Controlled Explosive Demolition of the old I-90 Innerbelt Bridge took place at 6:00 a.m. on July 12, and attracted crowds to Tremont for a view of the historic event. Barton Schroeder, retired math teacher and local photographic artist said, “We got really lucky. I got here at 5:15 a.m. and there were three people here who wanted a ride down. We parked, but they said, ‘No, you’ve got to move.’ We saw a line of cars and found a spot — right where this picture was taken — I just happened to put a new lens on my camera, and I’m sitting here all ready to go. It went ‘Boom!’” Schroeder snapped his photo in nearly the same instant. Two pieces of Schroeder’s Cleveland icon photo-based artwork are available for sale at Civilization.
“The fact is utterly unknown to the hundreds of revelers inside. Grace and Smith could have saved their lives that night—the great unknown is the number of lives saved by the Fire Prevention Bureau’s spot-checks and nit-picking. Good deeds don’t get press. Disasters do.”
This chilling statement was published April 27, 2003, on The Plain Dealer’s front page, under the headline “How safe are city’s nightclubs? Fire crews patrol to avert repeat of recent tragedies.” The article by Clint O’Connor followed then Lt. James Smith and Inspector Robert Grace of the Cleveland Fire Prevention Bureau as they performed fire inspections at one club after another. Continue reading →
Wine is treated with great care at Press Wine Bar and Restaurant (2221 Professor Ave, Cleveland, OH, 216.566.9463), serving up Cleveland’s first Wine-on-Tap, wine by the glass and bottle, local beers, full bar and incredible food from the corner of Literary and Professor in Tremont.
WASHINGTON , May 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ – As a prelude to a news conference tomorrow to kick-off National Dog Bite Prevention Week, the U.S. Postal Service released its top 30 dog attack city rankings and offered tips to reduce dog attacks to letter carriers. Nationwide, 5,581 postal employees were attacked last year.
Tomorrow’s 10:30 a.m. ET, event at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, will include letter carriers recounting their dog attacks and feature pit bull therapy dog Elle, theAmerican Humane Association’s 2013 Hero Dog of the Year.Veterinarians and representatives of the medical community will provide tips on dog attack prevention and responsible pet ownership. Representatives from the insurance industry will discuss dog bite claims and homeowner liability. Internationally-renowned dog trainer, author, and television personality Victoria Stilwell and Kelly Voigt, a dog attack victim, will join Elle and her handlerLeah Brewer in a dog safety demonstration. Continue reading →
Jean Brandt of Brandt Gallery released a statement that the May exhibit will be the final art exhibit of Brandt Gallery at 1028 Kenilworth (Pictured: Object of Beauty, work by Cynthia Penter and Michelle Marie Murphy, October ArtWalk, 2010).
A special report by The Tremonster
Change is the only constant (Heraclitus), and as Tremont ArtWalk rolls through its 22nd year, changes have continued amidst some perennial favorites. Joan Deveney, a veteran of the Cleveland art and poetry world, organized this year’s annual Stupid Cupid exhibit, a Robert Ritchie inspired Valentine’s Day installation at the Doubting Thomas Gallery this past February, which featured over 20 participating artists familiar and new to ArtWalk regulars. Continue reading →
The South Side Cheeseburger is one of a few burgers available on this Wednesday’s Triple Threat menu at The South Side.
We just ate at The South Side and tried out the Triple Threat Wednesdays menu…this Wednesday it’s a burger, a beer, and a bourbon! Owner Sherman DeLozier told us The South Side will feature a different beer, a different bourbon and 3 different burgers every Wednesday. Continue reading →
The Metro Lofts, located at 3307 Scranton (Photo courtesy of Metro Lofts).
by Tremont West Development Corporation
Tremont West Development Corporation has contracted with historic preservation consultants Naylor Wellman, LLC for creation of a National Register Historic District along Scranton Rd. between Parafine and Valentine Avenues.
The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of properties recognized by the federal government as worthy of preservation for their local, state, or national significance in American history, architecture, archaeology, engineering, or culture. This project became a priority for Tremont West and Scranton Road stakeholders following a community engagement process that was initiated in December 2012. Continue reading →
Secondhand Mutts invited dog lovers to celebrate Dyngus Day with their dogs by coming together on Monday afternoon for the first ever crowning of the official Dyngus Dog 2014.
Tremonsters showed their Dyngus spirit by dressing up their dogs to be a part of the excitement, as summer came to Cleveland for a day just in time to stuff Dyngus Day bars with attendees all too ready for an excuse to shake off the long winter, get out, and be social. Continue reading →