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  1. Sitting in the C terminal right now - New Mexican spot opening August 2019:
  2. https://www.thedailybeast.com/visiting-cleveland-you-should-go-see-this-dead-man?ref=scroll
  3. Fascinating: https://www.facebook.com/162099340623849/posts/1178048645695575?sfns=xmo https://www.facebook.com/events/2272704256322090/?ti=ia
  4. Our Columbus affiliate is beating the Tampa affiliate in the AHL playoffs right now (check NHL playoffs if context is needed). Monsters take 2-0 lead in opening round of 2019 Calder Cup Playoffs with 5-1 win over Crunch The Cleveland Monsters took a 2-0 lead in the opening round of the 2019 Calder Cup Playoffs with a 5-1 win over the North Division Champion Syracuse Crunch on the road on Saturday night. https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nhl/monsters-take-2-0-lead-in-opening-round-of-2019-calder-cup-playoffs-with-5-1-win-over-crunch/95-74c66a59-e420-459d-9860-8dd0610e7ddd
  5. Final stage of Towpath Trail construction to start in June Updated Apr 19, 2:17 PM; Posted Apr 19, 2:04 PM By Courtney Astolfi, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio — Construction on the fourth and final stage of the Towpath Trail in Cleveland is expected to begin in June and wrap up by the end of 2020. Once the final stage is complete, the Towpath will run from New Philadelphia in Tuscarawas County, up through Massillon, Akron, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, and Cleveland to Lake Erie. The final piece of the trail will go west along University Road in Tremont and under the George V. Voinovich Bridge and winding its way through the Flats. The trail, which will incorporate a small section in Tremont that the Ohio Department of Transportation already built, will end at the future Canal Basin Park. https://www.cleveland.com/metro/2019/04/final-stage-of-towpath-trail-construction-to-start-in-june.html
  6. New public meetings on future of Shaker Square scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday Updated Apr 19, 4:00 PM; Posted Apr 19, 3:44 PM By Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer CLEVELAND, Ohio – Planners are still questioning whether Shaker Square would be improved by removing Shaker Boulevard, the main drag that bisects the beloved but aging shopping center. On Wednesday and Thursday, designers working on a 21st century vision for the square will present their latest thinking on the boulevard and other issues facing the square, originally built in the late 1920s. Meetings are scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Peace Social Hall, 12750 Shaker Blvd., and from 8 to 10 a.m. Thursday at Fairhill Center, 12200 Fairhill Rd. https://www.cleveland.com/arts/2019/04/new-public-meetings-on-future-of-shaker-square-scheduled-for-wednesday-and-thursday.html
  7. And one more bit of news: Indian Flame restaurant finds new home in University Circle Posted Apr 19, 3:27 PM By Anne Nickoloff, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Indian Flame has moved one block over from its former space in University Circle, but the small move brings big changes for the popular Indian restaurant. Indian Flame moved to its new home of 11607 Euclid Ave. on March 15. The space was previously occupied by Piccadilly artisan creamery, which shifted next doorinto Coquette Patisserie’s space last year, after Coquette closed in April. Indian Flame now includes a bar, which was was not offered at its previous space. https://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/2019/04/indian-flame-restaurant-finds-new-home-in-university-circle.html
  8. Tacologist set to open in University Circle next week Updated 1:56 PM; Today 1:47 PM By Anne Nickoloff, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Taco and tequila restaurant Tacologist will open next week in Cleveland’s University Circle neighborhood, pending an inspection on Monday. Tacologist plans to open to the public on Friday, April 26. The restaurant takes over much of the space formerly occupied by Uptown Cleveland’s Corner Alley, located on the corner of Ford Dr. and Euclid Ave. Inside, Tacologist is 4,100 sq. ft. large, with about 1,800 sq. ft. of patio space. https://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/2019/04/tacologist-to-open-in-university-circle-next-week.html
  9. Bio-alliance formed CWRU, Holden Arboretum, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and Cleveland Museum of Natural History join forces to expand research, education opportunities APRIL 16, 2019 NEW FEATURE SCIENCE & TECH UNIVERSITY NEWS A team of world-class science researchers and educators at Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History (CMNH) and the Holden Arboretum are joining together to broaden collaborative research and teaching opportunities in Northeast Ohio. Each scientific and research institution has signed an affiliation agreement with Case Western Reserve’s Department of Biology, which will serve as the academic degree-granting institution for the group. Representatives from each met at the museum Tuesday evening to ceremonially sign the agreements and celebrate their collaboration. The agreements make official a variety of existing-but-informal arrangements among the four biology-focused institutions, said Mark Willis, chair of biology at Case Western Reserve. Currently, student researchers work at the museum, zoo and arboretum, while representatives from those organizations sometimes teach at Case Western Reserve or even host courses at their home institution. https://thedaily.case.edu/bio-alliance-formed/
  10. Whales along Cleveland’s East Shoreway set to get a splash of new paint Updated Apr 15, 9:30 PM; Posted Apr 15, 5:58 PM By Robert Higgs, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio – The whales adorning the mural on the Cleveland Public Power building along Lake Erie will be getting a refreshing splash of paint. City Council voted unanimously Monday evening to accept a gift from the Wyland Foundation to restore the mural, “The Song of Whales,” which the artist simply known as Wyland completed in 1997. The mural was part of an enormous arts-in-public-places project that included 100 life-size marine murals created in a 30-year span in 17 countries. https://www.cleveland.com/cityhall/2019/04/whales-along-clevelands-east-shoreway-set-to-get-a-splash-of-new-paint.html
  11. Here looks to be a Doan Brook renovation picture update: Project description towards the bottom of this article: https://www.neorsd.org/awards-cleveland-foundation-grants-wi/
  12. Very nice website: https://www.stirstudiokitchen.com/ Stir Studio Kitchen set to open in Ohio City Today 7:00 AM By Marc Bona, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio – Charlie Denk wants to stir things up. That means making changes in his life, satiating his entrepreneurial spirit, and offering something fun and unique for diners. So he is opening Stir Studio Kitchen at 4461 Lorain Ave., in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood. https://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/2019/04/stir-studio-kitchen-set-to-open-in-ohio-city.html
  13. Thanks. This is something that has to be done. To me, this a win-win-win to all parties.
  14. Can we please rename this thread appropriately!
  15. Cross-posted from the Case Western Reserve thread: Case Western Reserve, Cleveland Clinic launch new era of health education with Samson Pavilion dedication Innovative architectural design and state-of-the-future technology to welcome students from dental, medical and nursing schools APRIL 9, 2019 Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic launched a new era of health education today in dedicating the centerpiece of their new campus, the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion. “The dedication of the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion demonstrates the extraordinary value that the spirit of philanthropy brings to new generations of students. The Health Education Campus will have a major impact on advancing medical education and patient care,” said Tom Mihaljevic, MD, Cleveland Clinic chief executive officer and president. “Its unique curricula and design will inspire health care professionals to be members of interdisciplinary teams and promote lifelong learning.” This spring, the four-story, 477,000-square-foot building opens to 2,200 students from Case Western Reserve’s dental, nursing, and medical schools, including those from Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. Students from the university’s social work school also will come to the Samson Pavilion for shared coursework, but will continue to take the majority of their classes in their own newly renovated building on Case Western Reserve’s main campus. As designed by London architects Foster + Partners, perhaps the most striking part of the Samson Pavilion is the 80-foot-high, 27,000-square-foot central courtyard newly named the Delos M. Cosgrove Courtyard through a generous gift from the outgoing chair of Cleveland Clinic’s Board of Directors, Robert E. Rich Jr., and his wife, Mindy. Dr. Cosgrove is the past CEO and president of Cleveland Clinic and currently serves as an executive adviser. https://thedaily.case.edu/case-western-reserve-cleveland-clinic-launch-new-era-of-health-education-with-samson-pavilion-dedication/
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