Stark Enterprises of Cleveland will hold its first portfolio-wide restaurant week throughout Northeast Ohio from Sept. 3 to Sept. 9.
After an early burst of rain, the Columbus Buckeye Kosher BBQ saw sunny skies and a record crowd for its fourth annual event Aug. 12, and its first at Capital University’s front lawn in Bexley.
Erika Rudin-Luria, senior vice president and chief strategy officer at the Jewish Federation of Cleveland in Beachwood, will become the next president of the Federation, the organization announced to its board Aug. 14.
Either Mark Warn, 29, or Michael Warn, 31 – or both of them – are responsible for the Aug. 9 murder of their father, Dr. Richard W. Warn, 59, Beachwood Police Chief Gary Haba said at an Aug. 14 news conference at the Beachwood Police Department.
Three men involved in a 2015 gun battle on a street in Washington, D.C., that killed Matthew Shlonsky, a former Lyndhurst resident and Brush High School graduate, were sentenced to prison Aug. 13.
The Cleveland Leadership Center has selected a new class of leaders from a variety of public companies, private business enterprises and nonprofit and public-sector institutions to participate in the Leadership Cleveland Class of 2019.
Two persons of interest in the death of a Beachwood doctor who were at the center of a 12-hour weekend standoff with authorities have been identified as the physician’s two sons.
Bucking industry trends which have seen the closure of local newspapers across the country, the Cleveland Jewish News has expanded into central Ohio with the establishment of the Columbus Jewish News.
A group that proposed Kerem Lake mixed-use district ordinance filed a lawsuit Aug. 9 with the Supreme Court of Ohio against the city of Solon and its officials for failing to act in time to approve an initiative petition.
After hosting art festivals on Cleveland’s East Side and West Side earlier this season, the Howard Alan Art Festival is making its final stop this summer on Aug. 18-19 at the Flats East Bank in Cleveland for the third annual Flats Festival of the Arts.
Prospect Music owner Michael Rubin said he thought about “wrapping it up” in recent years and will do so on Sept. 11 when he closes downtown Cleveland’s only music store, which has been a fixture for more than 75 years.
As co-chairs of the Columbus Buckeye Kosher BBQ for its first three years, Stuart Applebaum and Daniel Newman are eagerly anticipating the fourth annual event Aug. 12.
The idea of becoming a judge was planted in newly elected Wisconsin Supreme Court Judge Rebecca Dallet’s mind when she was an underclassman at Shaker Heights High School and her government class held a mock trial. Her classmates were given roles like prosecutor, defendant and witness, but Da…
The Jewish Learning Connection will celebrate 30 years of Jewish outreach on Aug. 14 at Green Road Synagogue in Beachwood when it honors Gary Isakov with its Guardian of Torah Award.