A week or so ago, I popped in to Robert Gatewood’s multimedia makerspace in Euclid at 818 E. 185th Street.
Although the space is lined with screens and systems like Xbox One S, Xbox One X, PlayStation 4 Pro and virtual reality, the space is not only a “haven” for gamers but, an incubator space for small businesses and creatives of all kinds.
Stay tuned in to their upcoming happenings, like their upcoming NBA 2K18 Tournament via their website or Facebook page (click below flyer)..
A couple years ago, the Cleveland Indians embarked on a major renovation of Progressive Field that included adding new food stands, relocating the bullpens, adding the Corner bar, along with much more. One addition that did not receive much attention was the installation of three new flag poles- one for each of the flags of the United States, the State of Ohio, and the City of Cleveland. I thought this was a neat addition as it added local symbols of pride to the ballpark. To my dismay, though, when I would attend Tribe games with people, almost no one could recognize the Cleveland flag. Most of the time it wasn’t even noticed, but the most common question I heard was, “Why are they flying the French flag?” It occurred to me that almost nobody I know in Cleveland has an emotional attachment to our flag, despite it being one…
Main Library – Superman @ CPL in Brett Hall, Cleveland Digital Library and Youth Services Department
Eastman Reading Garden
Rockwell Ave. between East 3rd and East 6th Streets (road closed)
East 6th Street from Superior Ave. to Rockwell Ave. (road closed)
The outdoor attractions include a return of the trebuchet and pumpkin-chunking on Rockwell Ave. as well as three new additions: NASA’s Journey to Tomorrow exhibit, weapons and armor demonstrations by the Society for Creative Anachronism and a 30-foot long fire-breathing dragon! (http://heavymeta.ca)