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Debbie Guhl on March 18, 2017 14:14 Radio today from 1-4 pm. Salvation and momentary relief from the angst of The Orange Menace. We will...
Steve Di Costanzo on March 16, 2017 16:57 The President’s budget proposes eliminating public media funding. Without this critical seed fund...

Ron Charles, reviewer and editor at The Washington Post’s “Book World,” won RUSA's Louis Shores Award for excellence in reviewing. He chatted with American Libraries about summer reading, feminist dystopias, and his run-ins with the Secret Service.

Looking to celebrate the second half of the year? The Winking Lizard Tour of Beers is a great way to try some of Northeast Ohio's local brews -- and earn some fun swag along the way.

The School of Architecture was one of several Western Reserve University schools that existed prior to becoming part of the University. It is also one of our schools that had a separate existence as a deparment after the school was closed. The sketch below outlines some of the school’s history. The focus is on 1929 till 1953, while it was a Western Reserve University school
School of Architecture Class of 1929
Some Key Dates
1924 Cleveland School of Architecture was incorporated
1929 Cleveland…

Washington, DC—Reps. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) and Walter Jones (NC-03) hosted a press conference today to introduce a bipartisan resolution reclaiming Congress’s constitutional right to declare war. H.Res. 922 would define presidential wars not declared by Congress as impeachable “high crimes and misdemeanors.”

Sat 7/21 @ 7PM There’ll be some major musical firepower onstage at Blossom Music Center tonight, when the Cleveland Orchestra, conducted by Jahja Ling, is... READ MORE

The breaches include malware attacks computer thefts unauthorized network access and other security breaches.

CMSD’s graduation rate has reached record highs for the District, adding to the success stories commonly found in Cleveland and other urban school systems
This page features a sample from our Class of 2018. It is by no means intended to offer a definitive list of the highest achievers.
But one is headed to the U.S. Air Force Academy, another to Stanford, a third to the Culinary Institute of New York. One was named the Boys and Girls Clubs Ohio Youth of the…

In honor of the installation of Judy’s Hand Pavilion on Toby’s Plaza, throughout July, we will highlight other highly recognizable outdoor art installations across campus. Particularly familiar to Case Western Reserve University’s first-year students, Start by David E. Davis is a popular meeting spot for those who live in North Residential Village. Born in Romania in 1920, …

The Case Western Reserve University Wellness Program will host the Summer Wellness Pop Up for faculty and staff Wednesday, July 18, at noon in front of Tinkham Veale University Center. The event will feature games and activities, including hula-hooping, jumping rope, chalk art and hopscotch, as well as opportunities for conversation and connection. At 12:15 p.m., the …

The Cleveland Orchestra is lauded as one of the best orchestras in the world, and lucky for us, their music is easy to experience all over NEO. As the Cleveland Orchestra marks its centennial year, we wanted to share five interesting facts about the Orchestra that you might not have known: 1. The Orchestra Can Be …

Public entities perhaps face an even greater level of scrutiny and expectation when it comes to cybersecurity.

CHICAGO — American Library Association (ALA) President Loida Garcia-Febo today unveiled a variety of programs and tools to engage, retain and expand ALA’s international members. From free webinars to opportunities for engagement with librarians from various countries, Garcia-Febo in conjunction with her International Relations Advisory Committee, the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) and the ALA International Relations Office, will work to increase awareness…

This page describes how the FDA determines and evaluates sun protection factor in over-the-counter sunscreen products and the science behind this evaluation.

Host an Event for Ronald McDonald House
Groups and organizations have the opportunity to host events to raise funds for the Ronald McDonald House Programs. If you are interested in hosting an independent fundraising event or creating a special way to fundraise for RMH at your business, school, organization, or church, call Caitlin Ford at (216) 229-5757 x1134 or fill out the form below.

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Photos from January 25, 2017 - Bill Morris and State Librarian Beverly Cain traveled to East Cleveland to meet with Sheba Marcus-Bey, Director of the East Cleveland Public Library
On January 25, Bill Morris and I traveled to East Cleveland to meet…

In today's environment companies need to adopt a much more proactive approach when it comes to employee retention.

I know I’ve said it before, but it bears repeating that the Cleveland culinary community is incredibly generous with their time and talents! One amazing example of this generosity is the Rise…

The 41st Annual Cain Park Arts Festival kicks off on Friday in Cleveland Heights with fine arts, crafts, food, live music and more.

There are so many cultural events happening this summer in Cleveland! The American Dance Festival 2018, presented by DanceCleveland is another great one, coming up July 24 though August 4 at Playho…

Cleveland State University is one of several organizations partnering with DANCECleveland to present the second annual ADF in CLE.

A trip to Yemen revealed that there is no shortage of food, but the U.S.-backed military intervention has put millions at risk of starvation.

The FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art is an attempt by cultural entrepreneur to establish in Cleveland a European-style arts festival lasting all summer.