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Falafel Cafe forced to relocate

Matt Hooke, A&E Editor

November 16, 2018

The husband and wife team of Hani and Mae Elassal have served their reasonably priced take on Middle Eastern food from their restaurant Falafel Cafe on Euclid Avenue for 18 years. Ms. Elassal makes her food, from falafels to spinach and mushroom pies, by hand. The two share duties in the kitchen, coo...

Maltz Performing Arts Center to undergo renovations

Maltz Performing Arts Center to undergo renovations

Nathan Lesch, Staff Reporter

October 12, 2018

Sitting just west of the Cleveland Museum of Art is the imposing, golden-domed Maltz Performing Arts Center (MPAC). Thanks to a $10 million donation from Roe Green, Case Western Reserve University can now begin its second stage of planned renovations to the 1920s-era temple and surrounding area. The fi...

Shuttle route split for new semester

Aquene Kimmel, Staff Reporter

September 16, 2016

As of the beginning of this fall semester, the Circle Link shuttle has been missing from the Euclid Avenue traffic. According to a Shuttle Supervisor at Standard Parking, the Circle Link Bus was split into two routes, a GreenLink that drives between Fribley and Northside and a BlueLink that goes int...

Inside the Circle

Anastazia Vanisko, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2014

Grocery delivery system growing Presto Fresh groceries came to Cleveland in late November of 2013, after Steve deMoulpied and his family moved to the Cleveland area. After using something similar when they lived in Chicago, the lack of such a system here led deMoulpied to start his own. Currentl...

University Circle looks to strengthen alternative transportation routes with Cleveland Heights

Anastazia Vanisko, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2014

With at least 3,300 people traveling from Cleveland Heights to their jobs in University Circle every day, University Circle Inc. and the city of Cleveland Heights are taking a look at strengthening bike routes and bus transportation between the two. The goal is to change the current behavior of commuters...

Inside the Circle

January 16, 2014

University Circle building connections University Circle has made a place for itself in Cleveland with its educational and medical centers, which eventually led to the many programs that help it to be more engaged with its neighboring communities. Cleveland Foundation President and CEO Ronald B. Ri...

Inside the Circle

December 8, 2013

Holiday events in University Circle Anastazia Vanisko The holidays are getting closer, and University Circle is celebrating. The festivities can be seen everywhere- Wade Circle, the Botanical Gardens and the Cleveland Museum of Natural History are all holding special winter events. In Wade Circle...

Inside the Circle

Anastazia Vanisko

November 22, 2013

Local Attractions Future of Uptown The recent development of Uptown over the past few years is part of a larger plan to turn the area into a bustling city hub. Started by a partnership between MRN Ltd, University Circle Inc. and Case Western Reserve University, the Uptown Projects aim is to bring ...

Inside the Circle

November 15, 2013

SM@C’s to kick of debut event at Jolly Scholar Anastazia Vanisko Spreading Music @ Case (SM@C), a newSpreading Music @ Case (SM@C), a new student group on campus, will have its first event at the Jolly Scholar on Friday, Nov. 22 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Rohan Verma, a Case Western Reserve fr...

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