Cleveland Neighborhood Guidebook

2016-03-19T10:46:57-04:00February 6, 2016|

Belt Publishing is excited to present the Cleveland Neighborhood Guidebook, coming in May 2016.

With essays by:

George Mount on Parma
Kathrine Morris on Glenville
Sam McNulty on Ohio City
Greggor Mattson on Kinsman
Peet McCain on Goodrich Kirtland
Diane Millet on North Collinwood
Amy Hanauer on Shaker Heights
Maryann De Julio on Little Italy
Sally Martin on South Euclid
Phyllis Benjamin on Mount Pleasant
Lee Chilcote on Detroit-Shoreway
Vince Guerrieri on Hough
Don Pizarro on Euclid
Janice Lowe on Lee/Harvard
Michael Broida on Slavic Village
Douglas Max Utter on East Cleveland
Greggor Mattson on Hingetown
Tom Orange on Brooklyn Centre
Benno Martens on North Collinwood
Brad Masi on Cleveland Heights
Mansfield Frazier on Hough
Tara Vanta on Tremont
Sandy Griffith on The Flats
Harriet Logan on Larchmere
Sally Errico on Lakewood

and Editor’s Picks for the Best….

Dive Bars
Neighborhood Hangouts
Restaurants To Take Your Friends From the Coasts
Classic Cleveland Haunts
Live Music
Outdoor Sports
Locally Owned Businesses
Places for Millennials To Rent
Places Millennials Will Be Renting in Ten Years
People Making A Difference
Ethnic Markets
Places to Look at Water
…and more

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  1. Nan Webb February 8, 2016 at 8:11 am

    Very interested!!

  2. 1977 February 8, 2016 at 11:40 am

    What about Lakewood?

    • Anne Trubek February 8, 2016 at 2:31 pm

      we put out a call for submissions and selected essays from those who responded to the call. Unfortunately Lakewood, as well as a few other neighbhorhoods/inner rings, was not represented in the submissions.

      • Anne Trubek February 8, 2016 at 2:31 pm

        but we will be including all neighborhoods and inner rings in our “Editor’s Picks” sidebars!

    • gmount April 18, 2016 at 4:09 pm

      @1977 — check out the updated TOC 🙂

  3. Christine June 24, 2016 at 7:12 pm

    Can you tell me who took the photo of the Guardians please?

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