Belt's Cleveland Neighborhood Guidebook table of contents
Belt Magazine, based in Cleveland, Ohio, is offering a one week fellowship for a freelance journalist interested in covering the Republican National Convention from July 18-21.
Belt Publishing is excited to present the Cleveland Neighborhood Guidebook, coming in May 2016.
Belt is hiring a Managing Director to oversee the expansion of our book publishing arm. The position is part time and the hire can work remotely.
Belt Publishing is thrilled to announce a new imprint, to be launched later 2016. The imprint will feature mid-career and emerging authors writing "novella" length non-fiction.
In an Editorial Board op-ed published in the Friday, October 16 edition of Cleveland's main newspaper readers are instructed to be "patient" with the Tamir Rice case.
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Hart Crane, who is famous for having jumped off the back of a boat at age 32 after having been lauded as one of America’s greatest poets, is most often associated with New York.
Detroit is gaining white people! CityLab has announced the “March of the Young White People” featuring Detroit's spike in caucasians, and the Detroit News reported that the white population of Detroit is up 8,000 people since last year.
I grew up in Madison, Wisconsin. During the summer, on weekends and breaks, my friends would often go to Milwaukee (1 1/2 hours drive ) and Chicago (3 hours) with their families for vacations.
This magazine is now two years old--still a toddler, [...]
A curated list of things to do in Cleveland, including exhibitions, concerts, talks, films, and other goings-on the week of 08/14/15-08/20/15.