A federal judge ruled in favor of Joseph Kahn and others involved in Condado Tacos, a build-your-own taco restaurant based in Columbus, who were accused of stealing its concept and idea from Barrio Tacos, another Cleveland-based build-your-own taco restaurant.
The Ohio Arts Council board approved a record $18,479,247 in grants to support Ohio artists, arts and cultural organizations, students, educators and public arts programming July 21.
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland saw an almost exact replica of last year’s recommended allocations of its campaign funds raised this year as the allocations committee sought to continue its support to agencies ravaged by COVID-19.
Since Dorothy Silver’s passing July 17, there has been a steady stream of heartfelt posted and printed testimonials from those whose lives she touched upon arriving in Cleveland in 1955 with her brilliant husband and favorite scene partner, Reuben, who died in 2014.
Ryan Lavarnway may not be a household name to most baseball fans in the United States. The 33-year-old catcher has played for eight teams in his 10-year Major League Baseball career, most recently playing for the Cleveland Indians and their Triple-A minor league team, Columbus Clippers.
Controversy has shrouded the Solon Police Department and mayor’s office since the decision was made to raise and then lower the “thin blue line” flag on Solon Police Department property.
The COVID-19 pandemic postponed “An Evening with Jodi Kantor & Megan Twohey,” but it has been rescheduled for Sept. 30 at a new location, The Temple-Tifereth Israel in Beachwood.
When asked to describe accomplished Cleveland actress Dorothy Silver, her middle son, Dan Silver, used almost every adjective any mother would want to be known as – loving, engaged, wise and entertaining.
It might have been difficult, looking at Rabbi Michael Ungar and the six other people dining with him in late June, to place how this group of very different people came to be acquainted.
The sounds of electric power tools at work and boxes being torn open at Grove Kosher Market in South Euclid meant one thing: the grocery store’s long-awaited opening was just days away.