Don Crane, IKORCC Director of Ohio Millwright Local 1090, explains his organization’s TAPPIN Picket Line with comments from the Mutt Hutt and Sustainable Community Associates; TremonsterTV report by Bruce Checefsky
Women’s Entrepreneurship Day (WED), a global movement that celebrates, empowers and supports women in business to alleviate poverty, is coming to Cleveland for the first time from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the Linsalata Alumni Center of Case Western Reserve University, located at 11310 Juniper Road, on November 12.
Social entrepreneur and Cleveland-native Wendy Diamond launched the WED Organization in 2014. Recognizing that women in business are a force for good— financially elevating their families, neighborhoods, communities, and countries—Diamond sought to bring more support and awareness to the global impact of women in business. Continue reading
Hey Tremonsters! This is Danny from Beviamo Café (2275 Professor Avenue). We [have moved] from Literary onto our new location on Professor Avenue, 2275. We’re awaiting some custom furniture, some live edge wood tables, and a big barn door from a local company for our big game room in the back.
REPORTS OF THE DEMISE OF BRICK-AND-MORTAR BOOKSTORES HAVE BEEN GREATLY EXAGGERATED
by Sam Fryberger
Visible Voice Books is back. After a three-year hiatus, the urban literary retreat is reopening its doors. “It’s the same philosophy, same neighborhood and same proprietor—but we’ve doubled our space and centralized our location,” says owner Dave Ferrante, who transformed the Komorowski building on Professor Avenue in Tremont (2258 Professor Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44113 | 216.961.0084 |visiblevoicebooks.com).
Crust Pizza Kitchen (216-583-0257, 2258 Professor Ave.) is testing a “soft” open this week, opening daily at 4 pm until owner Mike Griffin and co-owner Megan Griffin have their brand new place running on all cylinders with their new, bigger space, new menu offerings, and new liquor license before returning to regular hours. Welcome back, Crust!
Beviamo Cafe, which has been in limbo between Tremont locations, has closed its Literary Ave. location earlier than planned, and won’t reopen for a month or so, when The new Professor Ave. space is ready.
Everarbor Company, Tremont’s outdoor lifestyle company, will lead a community volunteer garden clean up at the intersection of Scranton Road and Brainard Avenue on Sunday, July 23rd. Meet up at Everarbor Co. (2116 Brainard Ave) at 8:00 am and go to the Scranton-Brainard garden as a group, or join at the site to pitch in when you can. For more information, contact Derek Skapes at Everarbor Co., by calling 440.823.7945, or emailing Derek@EverarborCo.com.