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National coverage of ruin and revival gloss over deeper truths about these cities.
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Where property abandonment is growing and declining.
"It was almost like it was [originally] designed to be a restaurant."
The worst culprits aren't necessarily the ones you'd expect.
Five blocks of a downtown Cleveland boulevard were temporarily transformed this spring.
Worker-owned cooperatives are leveraging the city's the biggest institutions to create jobs in the impoverished neighborhoods right next door.
You've seen a police officer on horseback, but have you seen a goat in a department of public works uniform?
When designed the right way, a BRT line can be a smart alternative to more expensive modes of public transit.
Growth downtown has outpaced Cleveland's suburbs and exurbs.
ArrivalStar claims it invented live transit alerts. Your apps, taxpayer dollars, and the open data movement are all at stake.
At events all over the country, neighbors who want their money to stay local are swarming mom-and-pop shops.