The Fund for the Future of Heights Libraries (FFHL) is currently seeking nominations for its 2018 FFHL Honor Roll. Nominations will be accepted through Friday, August […]
This July, the Jewish Family Service Association of Cleveland and PLAN Northeast Ohio will host a special show in Lee Road’s art gallery highlighting the healing […]
Every book isn’t appropriate to read online and Lonely Planet’s The Travel Book is a perfect example. This exquisitely photographed coffee table book belongs in the […]
Local artist and educator Donna Marie Przybojewski displays 35 original acrylic, oil, and watercolor paintings depicting Henry David Thoreau in various natural settings throughout the country.
Local Cleveland author Brian McClellan makes a welcome return to his world of sorcery and gunpowder with Wrath of Empire. Set a short time after […]
Social Media and privacy have been in the news and even on our own blog! If you want to learn about the origins of social […]
Meg Wolitzer’s new novel The Female Persuasion really speaks to me as a young woman in my mid-twenties, because the main character Greer Kadetsky is […]
Warlight refers to the the dim guiding lights that remained on during WWII blackouts. LIke warlight, memories seen from a distance lose their sharpness, but […]