A list of a dozen delightful documentaries. Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry: B AI WEIWE “Born in 1957, Beijing-based Ai Weiwei is perhaps the most internationally […]
Little resentments and lack of communication are threatening the marriage of Amy and Ben. He’s been rather paralyzed since the sudden death of his parents in […]
Last week, I finished reading the Lowland by Jhumpa Lahiri. I found it to be another amazing book by a very talented author. (Next up on […]
Cleveland Heights Public Libraries were first housed in Cleveland Heights Schools, so the annual reports about the library were part of the Annual […]
When Lee Smith’s new memoir, Dimestore: A Writer’s Life, was published I was thrilled. I first encountered Smith when I read her epistolary novel, Fair and Tender […]
Appalachians reads for those who want to get lost in the mountains. Fiction: Bastard Out of Carolina by Dorothy Allison “Greenville County, South Carolina, a […]
The other Heights Matchmakers and I wanted to do something special for the centennial celebration, so we’ve come up with the Centennial 100! This […]
Three women meet in college and stay friends for the next twenty years. That’s a plot line that could go a bunch of predictable ways: […]
More than 300 works of art created by CH-UH students in grades K-12.
We just celebrated the kickoff of our Centennial celebration at Coventry this past Sunday, take a look at how the Coventry neighborhood was in 1941.