Edited by the Staff of Belt Magazine
"A look at Cleveland with a perspective you’ll never see in the New York Times or USA today.” The Cleveland Plain Dealer
Unfolding the real Cleveland, this guidebook features listings of the city's best cultural hotspots as well as essays about residential communities. Readers will learn about places that are no longer in existence, the areas that are becoming increasingly popular, the natural history of Cleveland Heights, what Mount Pleasant was like back in the day, and Opportunity Corridors missed. The stories discuss starting a business in Ohio City, marketing Larchmere, first time home buying in Detroit Shoreway, self-loathing in South Euclid, troubling developments in Tremont, closed schools in Lee-Miles, and a vineyard in Hough. Bound together, they conjure a Cleveland as complex as its residents.
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JULY 13, 2016 | ISBN: 978-0996836722 | US STATE & LOCAL HISTORY | PAPERBACK | 6 x 9 | 184 PAGES
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