Penelope Lively’s delightful new collection of short stories, published earlier this year, is called The Purple Swamp Hen and Other Stories. This prompted me to look […]
During the 1920s the population of Cleveland Heights soared, rising from 15,236 persons living within municipal city limits in 1920 to 53,309 in 1930. This […]
Have you read The Iliad lately? Nope, I haven’t either. I’ll just go ahead and mention that The Iliad is Homer’s big Greek epic poem with the judgment of […]
As Turkey Day approaches and we all realize we need to have entertainment ready for those staying at home or going away look to the […]
Powerful. Thought-provoking. Empowering. The Hate U Give by Angie C. Thomas is all of these things. Starr is a normal sixteen-year-old girl. She likes playing […]
Local Cleveland Heights artist and 40-year resident Bob (Robert) Jones will be displaying his life-long work of oil on canvas paintings at the Lee Road gallery.
Today it seems as if few residents know that prior to being named University Heights, the city was once known as Idlewood Village. Incorporated in […]
It’s the time of year when the borders between the dead and the living become thin and spirits may pass between worlds. From Halloween, through […]