You can judge a book by its cover. Each Belt title is designed by a native or resident of [...]
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The Lakewood, Ohio, Car Kulture Show features hot rods from 1972 and earlier, customs, gassers, classics, and vintage race cars along with original and traditional chopper and bobber style motorcycles.
News of the Rust Belt from around the world, August 9-16, 2015, brought to you weekly by the staff of Belt Magazine.
Take a trip through Slavic Village with the gang who joined us on our first Industry Tour followed by drinks at The Nash, thanks to Belt's photo editor Bob Perkoski.
“I work with the material that shaped the industrial Midwest: steel. I create elegant and refined works using [...]
In the spring of 2004, Maria Maisto, a doctoral student in comparative literature at the University of Maryland and a long-time Washingtonian, decided to leave Washington, D.C. for an uncertain future in the Rust Belt.
As we head into the end of the fiscal year, we thought we'd check to see what you've been reading. Here are Belt's most read stories thus far in 2015.
Cleveland's Roxy Burlesque Theater first opened its doors in 1931 on E. 9th Street, showcasing such risque performers as Blaze Starr, Irma the Body, and Tempest Storm -- to name just a few.
On a glorious Saturday morning, Erika Harrison pulled up to her house in East Cleveland, bounced out of a sparkling red Chevy Equinox minivan, and walked briskly to her front door ...
It has been more than four decades since money problems forced Jerry Schlueter to cut short his broadcast degree at Ohio University.