The free Cuyahoga 50 at North Coast Harbor event takes place on both the Rock Hall and Science Center campuses. We will have live music, interactive activities and several environmentally focused organizations. Interact with local organizations, participate in science activities, and network with those that share your passion for sustainability. Live musical performances by Hey…

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The 600-foot William G. Mather was once the biggest, grandest steamship in the Cleveland-Cliffs fleet, carrying 14,000 tons of iron ore from the shores of Lake Superior to the steel mills of Lake Erie. Now, the so-called “ship that built Cleveland” is docked in Cleveland’s North Coast Harbor, part of the Great Lakes Science Center…

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Meet Chris Hawk, Cleveland transplant from Atlanta (via California) and new chef at the Great Lakes Science Center. Hawk has worked in radiology and the music business. And he never went to culinary school. He’s self-taught and driven by experience.  The museum hired Hawk with Chicago-based Levy, which handles food and beverage for the Huntington…

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At the holidays, you’ve got all sorts of relatives visiting from out-of-town. So why not introduce them to Cleveland’s best asset? Here are a couple ideas to get you all out of the house and provide some family togetherness, all with a view of Lake Erie. Go on, show it off! If you’ve got a…

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Great Lakes Science Center is revamping its café. And it’s considering hosting happy hours and Cleveland Browns tailgate parties on its sprawling patio, with an impressive view of Lake Erie. The cent er already hosts plenty of weddings and private events. But it wants to attract the young professionals who live and work downtown –…

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