Tremont’s Newest Seat with a View

Skyline View from New Abbey Bench_web

Tremont’s new Cleveland skyline view from Abbey.

One of several benches arrives at Tremont's new scenic view, located where the new W. 14th Street freeway underpass meets Abbey.

One of several benches arrives at Tremont’s new scenic view, located where the new W. 14th Street freeway underpass meets Abbey.

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Cleveland International Film Festival Receives NEA Art Works Grant

Cleveland International Film Festival Receives National Endowment for the Arts Art Works Grant to Support Education and Exhibition Programs CIFF Grant is One of 895 NEA Art Works Grants Funded Nationwide by Debby Samples National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Acting Chairman Joan Shigekawa announced today that the Cleveland International Film…

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Zero Degrees in Tremont

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A Joyful Celebration

Christmas party and toy giveaway on Dec. 21 at the Mega Church, 3170 Scranton Road by Jessie Schoonover ‘A Joyful Celebration’ will hold its 3rd annual Christmas party and toy giveaway on Dec. 21 at the Mega Church, 3170 Scranton Road. “We really just wanted to give back to those…

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Ringing in the Yuletide Right

Notes on Attractions in Tremont Leading Up to Christmas and the New Year by Jessie Schoonover This year I came across several enriching events celebrating Christmas in Tremont. At 3 p.m. on Dec. 15 the Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestra performed at the Zion United Church of Christ at 2716 W. 14th St.…

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“Train Crossing”—Making Tremont More Beautiful, One Street at a Time

by Yvonne Bruce The “Train Crossing” beautification project, begun in May by the Tremont West Development Corporation’s Safety Committee, was completed November 10, when Safety Committee chair Mike Koski and Safety Coordinator Andy Thomas finished the mural on the Willey Ave. railroad-overpass walls with a beautifully decorated stencil of the Tremont…

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Tremonster Candidate Profile: Anthony Brancatelli

“Prayers and persistence are pretty much all Brancatelli had to go on these days,” – New York Times Magazine, March 3, 2009. Today, Cleveland City Councilman Anthony Brancatelli continues to employ prayer and persistence in the city’s foreclosure crisis. He is the point person on the 19-member Cleveland City Council…

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Tremont Animal Clinic

Tremont Residents Have Something New to Bark About! by Katie McCoy Long time residents of Tremont cringe when someone mentions the old Rodeo Bar & Grill on West 14th. Tremont resident, Katie McCoy, and her business partners, Sara Tippins and Bob Litkovitz, are hoping to turn the building into something…

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COWORK Tremont: On Starting a New Way to Work in Tremont

by Joe Kneale Founder of COWORK Tremont & Tremonster   COWORK Tremont is working hard to start a coworking space in the neighborhood. Joe Kneale, the founder and a Tremonster himself, explains the project. “Coworking spaces are shared office spaces. The coworking movement allows independent contractors, freelancers, and other entrepreneurs and small…

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Scranton Road Ministries CDC Community Health Fair and Family Carnival

by Joseph Fell Scranton Road Ministries CDC   Every year, countless numbers of Americans wake up on January 1st and claim that one of their New Year’s resolutions will be to finally heed their doctor’s advice and take some proactive steps to improve their health. Although these resolutions are made…

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