Chuck Karnak’s Go Dream, on the Veterans Memorial Bridge

In many Cleveland neighborhoods that have been revitalized in the last twenty or thirty years, artists have led the charge with their own dollars and sweat equity. Consider Tremont, or Waterloo, or Gordon Square. Even in Playhouse Square, the arts were the point. In what’s probably the region’s largest single rediscovery of urban infrastructure, it has gone a different way. […]

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