Response

When we see a need, we jump into action.

The makers needed a place to showcase their work, so Cleveland craft furniture maker Jason Radcliffe got busy and created F*SHO. Grown from 5 to 40 designers, with pieces ranging from $50 to thousands, it’s free this weekend at HGR Industrial Surplus in Euclid. Heights Music Hop aims to celebrate music in dozens of locations throughout the three Cle Hts. business districts. CoolCleveland commentator C. Ellen Connally opines on the future of our iconic West Side Market.

Cleveland’s Refugee Response has been on the front lines, helping to acclimate immigrants, refugees and newcomers of all stripes. This week you can help at their Reap the Benefit event. Our culinary industry needed an event to show off local chefs, so Tri-C started the Cleveland Eats food festival, now back for a second year. Akron was looking for a place to sample their fall homebrews, so the 330 Brewing Cooperative’s Brats & Brews will take place this weekend at Aqueduct Brewing.

We’ve got to stop the hate, so the Maltz responded by offering $100K in awards and scholarships for the best essays from 6-12th graders. How do you respond to the current state of affairs? Your first move is to check if you are registered at the official SOS page here. Stand and be counted. –Thomas Mulready

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