Unique Container House in the Middle of Nature 'Casa Brisbane' - Living in a Container
The container house, which uses 6 x High Cube shipping containers, has 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The construction of the project started in May 2019 and finish in Sep 2019.
Things to See on a Walk Around Cleveland's Little Italy
Cleveland's Little Italy, located on Mayfield Road near Euclid Avenue, retains that old world flavor with restaurants, art, and an annual festival.
16 Amazing Flea Markets In Ohio You Absolutely Have To Visit
From year-round markets to seasonal trade days, you'll adore a visit to some of the very best Ohio flea markets. Bring your sense of adventure!
Geauga Lake Park Opens Again
The Aurora Historical Society is proud to present its new exhibition on Geauga Lake Park. It features photographs of the park that are nearly 100 years old, as well as information, photograp…
Lemko Hall | Cleveland Historical
Lemko Hall may be best known as the location of the wedding reception in the 1978 film "The Deer Hunter." The facility’s rich non-Hollywood history is less well known. In fact, few people know the meaning of the word Lemko, which refers to a Slavic ethnic group whose people came from a part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire that is now southeastern Poland. Lemkos began immigrating to Cleveland in the late 19th-century (around the same time as other Central and Eastern Europeans) and...
Tire comming out of a jacket mold at Firestone Tire and Rubber Company
A worker pulls out a tire from a jacket mold at the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company in Akron, Ohio in 1941. This photo was scanned from the Cleveland Press Collection, and is now a part of an exhibit at the Cleveland Memory Project, www.clevelandmemory.org.
Horror hosts would present the late-night monster movies, giving the viewer a bloody buddy to watch the movie with, make the scary movies fun and the bad movies better. In this episode of Boys and Ghouls, we present the hosts that presented the horror. J...
Cleveland's Ghoulardi went on the air 50 years ago and cast his spell over the city
Cleveland's most glorious hero was an anti-hero. A devious ghoul who rose up in the middle of the night -- tipsy, no less -- to cast a spell over the city. Late-night horror host Ghouldardi, real name Ernie Anderson, hit the airwaves 50 years ago, in January 1963. For three wild and woolly years, he notched unprecedented ratings, spawned a Ghoulardi-mania and warped the minds of generations of musicians, filmmakers and trash-culture enthusiasts.