In the past, Michael Symon has said he won't open another Cleveland restaurant that mimics his mission at Lola Bistro. His next spot, Mabel's BBQ, takes a whole new direction for Cleveland's Iron Chef: Restaurant Row.
Developer Nathan Zaremba hopes to break ground in the fall for a 108-unit apartment project in downtown Cleveland, where a mix of flats and townhouse-style rentals would rise at the long-dormant Avenue District.
Roughly 60 percent full, the 16-story office building is a longer-term, mixed-use play for K&D, which expects to sit on the property for two to three years before converting most of the floors to housing.
On Tuesday, July 29, our #EdShift chat will focus on data visualization. Join us at 1 ET/12 CT/10 PT as we discuss the rising importance of data visualization and cover how schools can incorporate this skill into journalism education.
LeBron isn’t the only one who's returning. Last fall, my husband and I left our house in the suburbs and moved to Cleveland. We live in the largest residential development built in the city since World War II. It is a haven of new construction nestled in a zip code that saw one of the highest foreclosure rates in the country. You don’t...
Investigators at the Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute are developing a novel, multistep investigational treatment for one of the most complex and difficult-to-treat forms of the disease, locally advanced pancreatic cancer.
The National Pancreas Foundation has partnered with Remedy Informatics to create the first national patient registry focused on pancreatic diseases. The registry will capture patient and physician data and allow researchers to analyze, visualize and query the information. Health Data Management, NPF release.
Weston expects to buy the Standard Building, near Public Square, in a deal set to close today. The sale will be the first in the history of the 90-year old office building, which was built by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen and has housed the union's offices since 1989.
Eighty condo owners at the Stonebridge Towers in the Flats may soon be free to air their complaints of buckling drywall, leaky ceilings and cracking paint at a trial in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court.