For the past five years, I’ve been a reliably imperfect member of a plucky church that serves a lot of poor people on Cleveland’s West Side. I’m consistently un-punctual at board meetings and have volunteered at the church’s ...
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Here's the first installment of our brief introduction to the Belt staff — their views on our publication and the Rust Belt region, as well as details on their lives away from Belt.
When Belt Magazine launched one year ago, we did so for one basic reason: We felt that Cleveland and other cities in the Rust Belt were being defined by outside media that didn’t know us. We wanted to tell our own story ourselves.
By Laura Putre Fifth Church had a whole neighborhood on its side. 25 years of fight later, it's coming down.
The fast times and hard lives of alt-weekly newspapers in Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Cincinnati.
When Mr. Stress needed a hand, friend and fellow harp player Colin Dussault was ready with a moving van to help him out.
What writer wants to watch a two-day critique of her work? Me, apparently.
Where do people go after they’ve lost their homes?