ShopCLE: An onslaught of litter every Wednesday

Desota Ave., Nov. 17. There are at least 11 copies in this photo, of which only one made it onto private property. Can you find them all?
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Video and photos of the streetscape after weekly distribution of the ShopCLE “shopper” throughout Cleveland Heights. Week after week after week, they drive through our neighborhoods and toss thousands of bagged papers out the window without regard to where they land. Complaints to the Plain Dealer and Northeast Ohio Media Group, which publish this product, are ignored. […]

Stars & Stripes Forever – or at least a really really long time

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At the Cleveland Heights High School Instrumental Music Department fall concert on Nov. 13, current students were joined on stage by alumni who had gathered for a reunion from the era of Music Director John Farinacci (1949-’62). The grand finale was John Phillip Sousa’s Stars & Stripes Forever, performed the way Farinacci always did it. […]

Land use forum shows need for regional planning

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by Deanna Bremer Fisher A standing room-only crowd of more than 150 people attended the FutureHeights forum on land use and development on Thursday, April 17 at Forest Hill Church in Cleveland Heights. While Cleveland Heights residents made up the majority of attendees, several South Euclid and University Heights residents also attended. Mark Chupp, a […]

The outspoken Sam Bell on sustainability

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Video of Sam Bell on sustainability Lusty Wrench’s Sam Bell – who makes a living fixing cars – believes the private automobile is fundamentally unsustainable. Hear that and other key insights on sustainability in his shop, in City Hall and elsewhere. This was delivered at the Sustainable Heights event held 3/2/11 at Menu 6. This […]

Tommy’s owner Tom Fello speaks on sustainability

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Video of Tommy Fellow on sustainability Tommy talks about how sustainability governs his business practices. This is one in a series of videos from the event. Here’s another, of E4S Founder Holly Harlan; and one of Tom Fello, owner of Tommy’s restaurant.