I’m in a bit of a snit at the moment

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Elisabeth Gevelber, owner of Simply Charming gift boutique on Lee Road has something to say about the way certain local media have covered news coming out of Cleveland Heights lately.  In the spirit of blogging, you’re encouraged to read the entire post on her own blog here. We’re not trying to steal her traffic. But […]

Tips to Attract Pollinators – A Critical Link to Garden Productivity

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The seed catalogs are here. Despite the cold, the buds are swelling on trees and shrubs; birds sing louder in the mornings. Time for the home gardener to think about pollinators critters necessary for the reproduction of flowering plants. Result – those ripe fat tomatoes you plan to enjoy in August. Abundant and healthy populations […]

What REALLY goes on at Heights High

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Local blogger Jan Resseger spent the better part of a school day observing the goings on at Cleveland Heights High School. A friend pointed out her blog and suggested I post it here. I’m happy to oblige: Yesterday through a lucky coincidence I spent the morning visiting Cleveland Heights High School.  Ours is an inner-ring […]

Residents have questions for CH-UH Board of Education candidates

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At the Oct. 8 Candidate Forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters and FutureHeights, I moderated both the CH-UH Board of Education and the CH City Council sections. There were many questions directed to the candidates for CH-UH Board of Education that we didn’t have time for them all so I’m posting all of […]

Residents have questions for Cleveland Heights City Council candidates

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At the Oct. 8 Candidate Forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters and FutureHeights, I moderated both the CH-UH Board of Education and the CH City Council sections. There were so many questions directed to the candidates for CH City Council that we didn’t have time for them all so I’m posting all of […]

The Summer Swing: The rewards of interning small

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FutureHeights intern Simone Jasper writes about her experience working on the Heights Observer: By Simone Jasper This summer, I have another opportunity to intern at The Heights Observer, a community-based newspaper that serves two Cleveland, Ohio, suburbs. I first interned at the newspaper for my high school senior project, and I returned this summer because the […]

Wanted: New Playing Fields that are Good for our Community’s Fiscal and Physical Health

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Over the last two decades, I’ve worked as an early childhood educator and as a volunteer advocating for  policies and practices that support the well-being of all children. To my mind, children’s well-being is inextricably linked to public health and environmental issues so I’ve accumulated a bit of information about these and have developed a […]

Mamai Theatre Company launches its inaugural season

Co-founder of Maimai Theatre Company
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They say that necessity is the mother of invention. And they, whoever they are, were right. What were we waiting for? That was the recurring question that finally demanded an answer the summer of 2010 for myself and a group of close friends and artistic collaborators who would become the co-founders of Mamaí Theatre Company. […]