The Mayfield Heights-based company offered a group of customers, including three Westshore residents, the chance to take part in a mini fantasy camp Sept. 18 at Progressive Field, the home of the Cleveland Indians.
By Sue Botos Rocky River Say its name out loud, and the idea of what Nada Bar is, or is not, becomes a bit clearer. “It’s not a bar; it’s not a restaurant; it’s not a coffee shop,” said Patty Acra, who, along with business and life partner Earl Speer, opened Nada Bar on Center [...]
Patt Long, president of the Westlake-Westshore Arts Council, explained at the recent artists reception that the Community of Fine Arts exhibition’s purpose is to showcase local talent.
During an event organized by the Fairview Park Historical Society and the Friends of the Fairview Park Library, two members of the North Coast Chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen recalled the integration of the armed forces in the 1940s.