Tremonster Profile: Crust Tremont Co-Owner Megan Griffin

A special report by The Tremonster

Crust Pizza (1020 Kenilworth Ave., 216.583.0257) has become a staple in Tremont since opening in 2012 and continues to attract Cleveland’s pizza lovers every day. The Tremonster team went to the original Crust Tremont location to meet its co-owner, Megan Griffin, and to see how their team creates this fan-favorite pizza. Continue reading

Sister Corita and the Saint Augustine Hunger Center

by Meg Hadzinsky

Walk into St. Augustine’s Hunger Center (2486 W 14th Street, 216.781.5530) on any given day, and you will be met by smiling volunteers, with the fresh aroma of home cooked food, and a hug from the women behind it all – Sister Corita Ambro. For the past 47 years, Sister Corita has served the Tremont community by providing meals and more importantly unconditional support for the homeless. Continue reading

The South Side: “The Best Walks in Tremont”

A special report by The Tremonster

“The best walks in Tremont,” said Sherman Delozier, owner of The South Side in Tremont, as he cleared the snow from the sidewalk in front of his restaurant.

Thursday morning, Tremonsters woke up to find eight to 12 inches of lake effect snow coating the neighborhood.  Residents and business owners dug themselves out of driveways and sidewalks, enduring wind chills that dipped well below zero.

“I love this season,” Delozier added, sincerely.

Check out his sidewalk work at The South Side, 2207 W 11th Street.

MetroHealthy Living: Fighting Childhood Obesity and Fatty Liver Disease

by Dr. Reema Gulati, MD
Division Director, Pediatric Gastroenterology, MetroHealth Medical Center

I am worried about our children because they are developing fatty liver disease at an incredible rate, and fatty liver disease is entirely preventable.  I encourage you all to help foster a culture of healthy living, healthy eating and physical activity, and set examples for your children.

As a gastroenterologist and a liver specialist I see a lot of children with liver diseases and I would just like my audience to know that, unfortunately, we are seeing a lot of fatty liver disease in children nowadays something that was almost unheard of, say, 20 years ago. Continue reading