Downtown Cleveland

While everyone was watching the Cleveland Browns shock the world by beating the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday afternoon, social media started lighting up about a shooting in downtown Cleveland.  Scary, right?  There weren’t many details originally but that a man was shooting randomly downtown Cleveland but when the dust settled it was reported that Cleveland […]

CLEVELAND — The pick is in. The City of Cleveland will host the 2021 NFL Draft. Cleveland was a top five finalist to host either the 2019 or 2020 draft along with Nashville, Las Vegas, Kansas City and Denver. In the end, Nashville got this year’s nod, and Las Vegas the 2020 draft. The draft […]

Recently in an article, Cleveland made the top 25 in the list of cities and states with the most sexiest accents.  While that is a great honor for the city, that is not the only reason why Cleveland is a great place to live and visit, particularly Downtown.  Here is a sample of what makes […]

CLEVELAND — Cleveland is known for a lot of things, and thanks to a new poll, we can add sexy to that list. According to a poll from Big 7 Travel (yeah, we’ve never heard of it either but we are not questioning it because this story is too good not to publish), Cleveland is […]

CLEVELAND– A Cleveland city councilman is leading the charge to see a change in the celebration of the holiday known as Columbus Day. Councilman Basheer Jones, and some of his colleagues and supporters rallied on the steps of Cleveland City hall Monday night. They called for the recognition of Indigenous Peoples’ Day instead of Columbus […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – For the third year in a row, the Cleveland Metroparks water taxi that operates between the East and West Bank of the Flats will be free to passengers. Service on the Cuyahoga River begins on Mother’s Day, according to the Cleveland Metroparks. Beginning Sunday, May 12, the eLCee2 water taxi will operate: Friday: 4 […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -Legislation has been introduced by Mayor Frank Jackson and Cleveland City Council members that would give the developer of the NuCLEus project in downtown a $12 million forgivable loan. According to a spokesman for Jackson the loan would not have to be repaid as long certain conditions are met. First, the developer Stark Enterprises, must complete the […]

CLEVELAND– The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is in the early stages of an expansion. The museum leased the property between the Rock Hall and Great Lakes Science Center, which would allow for a 50,000 square-foot addition. “We are eager to continue our momentum and position ourselves for future opportunities. We’re always looking for […]

Cleveland Metroparks has announced its summer entertainment lineup. Edgewater LIVE kicks off May 30. EDGEWATER LIVE LINEUP: May 30: Cleveland’s Breakfast Club | ’80s Rock June 6: Bronx Country | Country June 13: Carlos Jones and the P.L.U.S. Band | Reggae June 20: Front Porch Lights | Indie Rock June 27: Recess | Pop / […]

CLEVELAND, Ohio — It’s not always easy moving to a new city. But for Odell Beckham, Jr., he’s got thousands of fans to help him adjust to life in Northeast Ohio. The Browns wide receiver took to Twitter on Monday night to ask, “What’s the best place to eat in Cleveland!!?!” He got thousands of responses. Fans suggested […]

CLEVELAND — The Ohio Department of Transportation is closing I-77 north and southbound between I-480 and I-490 beginning tonight for the demolition of the Harvard avenue bridge. The closure will begin tonight, Friday, March 29, at 8 p.m. and last until Monday, April 1 at 5 a.m. Drivers will be redirected to State Route 176 […]

CLEVELAND– A campaign is encouraging Cleveland buildings to turn out the lights at night in an effort to save migratory birds. Ohio Lights Out and Lights Out Cleveland said building collisions are the leading cause of death in birds during migration in North America, resulting in about a half a billion fatalities each year. “Although […]