Crust Pizza Kitchen in Tremont re-opens in a new, bigger space on Professor Ave., with new menu offerings, new deserts, and a new,full bar
Nutcracker, Pink Bunny, and Fragile Package Cross the Finish Line
A nutcracker, pink bunny, and fragile package crossed the Christmas Story 5K Run finish line on Saturday morning.
Cleveland School Progress:
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District is significantly improving under The Cleveland Plan.
Mounties in Tremont's Lincoln Park
Recently, The Tremonster asked Cleveland Police Captain Keith Sulzer why Tremonsters might be noticing more officers on foot – or even on horseback – interacting with residents in and around our neighborhood. His answer was simple...
New Lincoln-West School to Have Space at MetroHealth
"The Lincoln-West School of Science and Health will expose students to the hundreds of jobs available in healthcare, jobs that will guarantee them a sound and safe future," Dr. Akram Boutros, MetroHealth's president and chief executive officer, said at annual stakeholders meeting...
Engaging Cleveland Neighborhoods – Focus on Tremont
This is Season 2 Episode 1 of Engaging Cleveland Neighborhoods, a magazine-style web TV show developed by Neighborhood Media, and recorded in the spring of 2017. This Cleveland-focused show is produced with the generous assistance of students and faculty from CSU School of Communications FTIM (Film, TV, and Interactive Media) and CSU School of Journalism.
The Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail held a groundbreaking ceremony in Clark Field on Earth Day. TremonsterTV talks to Tim Donovan, Executive Director of Canalway Partners; Kerry McCormack, Cleveland Ward 3 Council Representative; Michelle Davis, Assistant Director of Tremont West Development Corp.; and Erich Hooper, Owner of Hooper Farm, with Meg Hadzinsky reporting.
Co-Owner Jon Oberman discusses the changes in decor, menu, and beer selection that have attracted the attention of Tremonsters and visitors of A Christmas Story House & Museum, alike. This TremonsterTV story was produced by Ashley Burns, with Anna Oprisch reporting.
Neal Kaffery, Manager of Tremont Convenient Food Mart, talks about the renovations, new craft beer cave, expanded wine isle, and several other changes at the W 14th Street shop near Lincoln Park. TremonsterTV story produced by Graham Beck; Isaac Cruz reports.
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
Pilgrim Congregational United Church of Christ is a Just Peace and an Open and Affirming congregation in the United Church of Christ (UCC), located at 2592 West 14th Street (216.861.7388, email@example.com). The church extends an invitation to all Tremonsters to come and share our gifts. Carter Eugene reports on the church’s special outreach to Tremont’s arts groups, Tremont’s faithful, and Tremont’s community organizations, inviting one and all to join the many already making use of Pilgrim Church as a vital community resource (report produced by John Eppich). Continue reading
John McDonnell, Proprietor, and Executive Chef Warren Dolata, introduce a new menu for Merchant Street (2399 W 11th Street), and talk about the restaurant’s place in the Tremont neighborhood. Briana Contreras reports.
Merrick House (1050 Starkweather Avenue, 216.771.5077) was founded in 1919. Tremonsters may be aware that Merrick House is known for its after-school programs and day care; they may not be aware that it also has high school equivalency and adult education courses. This TremonsterTV report gets up-close-and-personal with Jessica Untch, Director of Adult Education at Merrick House, about Merrick House’s Adult Education offerings. Lukas Hamlescher reports.
TremonsterTV reports on the new duck-pin bowling arcade bar coming to Tremont, the Hi & Dry (2221 Professor Ave Avenue), and asks the longtime owner of Tremont’s The South Side restaurant, Sherman Delozier, about his vision for his new Tremont entertainment hot spot on the corner of Professor and Literary.