This publication by Belt Magazine features my essay on Ukrainian Village. From the publisher:
This book is for those who want to understand what radiates away from Terminal Tower, and who understand that as lovely as the city often is, it can sometimes be brutal, too.
You will read about places no longer here, such as the Little Italy Historical Museum and League Park, as well as increasingly popular areas, such as North Collinwood and Asiatown. You will learn about Cleveland Heights’s natural history, Mount Pleasant back in the day, and Opportunity Corridors missed. The writers tell you stories about starting a business in Ohio City, marketing Larchmere, first time home buying in Detroit Shoreway, self-loathing in South Euclid, troubling developments in Tremont, closed schools in Lee-Miles, and a vineyard in Hough. Bound together, they conjure a Cleveland as complex as are its residents.