That observation made me wonder if there might not be something particularly “Shakespearean” about the Rust Belt, the arc of success and devastation, the clashing of all of those villainous characters during the Gilded Age and the nobility of those who resisted them, and the narrative culmination of the post-industrial landscape as blasted as Lear’s heath.
Despite the anti-gay themes that prevailed in our education, in the community, and from our faculty, dozens of St. Raphael alumni identify as LGBTQ. This population, which has spread out across the country, proves that queer identity is an unshakeable force of nature.
Fire!: An American Burning is a five-episode podcast series that delves into the stories of twentieth and twenty-first century industrial [...]
“It’s continuously evolving. If you don’t change, you’ll become extinct like a dinosaur.”
The 70s were tough for Cleveland. And they were especially tough for the Indians.
Cleveland's school superintendent is leaving after eleven years, with disagreements about the future of education in the city.
It wasn’t the sale of the building that came as a shock - it was the buyer that caught the Cleveland art community off guard.
"All in the Water" and "Cuyahoga Thanatos" by Frank Rosen
By Vince Guerrieri On Jan. 20, 1983, Ted Stepien was having a busy day. Less than three years into his [...]
A poem by Ava O'Malley
A poem by Gary Moore.
On the surface, “police accountability” sounds innocuous enough - even progressive. But “accountability” connotes much more than actions and consequences. And in the context of a police state, true accountability would require a complete cultural and political shift.