Don’t give boring … give ART!

That’s the motto of the Maria Neil Art Project, host of the the Winterloo Art Mix showcase, which is running for one more weekend before hibernating until next holiday season. Run by John Farina and his partner Adam Tully, owners of the Maria Neil Art Project gallery (15813 Waterloo Rd), which opened in September, the…

Cleveland Bazaar

“Oh my god, there’s a flannel.” That first red and black checked, cuffed, felted, button up (but not all the way up) shirt my ever so fashion-conscious sister pointed out was a good sign. After driving past rows and rows of streets strung in Christmas lights, three CVS’s, five children’s boutiques and onto a snow-covered, residential…

Rockin Coventry

Just saying the word “elf” gets you 20 percent off at kitchy toystore Big Fun.  Free gingerbread cookies in the above-ground basement that is Phoenix Coffee to anyone that mentions anything from the movie — anything at all. Though you may be able to quote the entire script verbatim, however, customers are limited to one…

Follow me

There is so much to do around here. So much. I wish I could write constantly. Experience, write, share repeat would be ideal. If only there was a way I could keep you all updated, scratch that, inundated with information about my location and thoughts on the things I find in Cleveland … Wait, there…

Craft local

“Selfie” may have been the Word of the Year, or whatever, and I dare not speak against it, but I’d like to nominate another, equally important word for Word of the Cleveland Holiday Season: “Upcycle.” One of the more unique and literal interpretations of the #shoplocal movement is by the Collective Upcycle (@CLEupcycle). It’s a…

Business proposal

There is nothing to do in Cleveland. Aside from a few good restaurants on E. 4th (and even Michael Symon is taking a social media hiatus at the moment so I’m not quite sure Lola even exists anymore) and a few rowdy bars on W. 6th, the city is nothing but bums and businessmen. At…