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Back by popular demand: the always worrisome east side of Cleveland.
Today’s tour takes us to Slavic Village, a town once known for its close-knit Polish community. More recently, the southeast side neighborhood was featured in a remarkably grim and lengthy New York Times Sunday Magazine story. In his “All Boarded Up” feature, celebrated author Alex Kotlowitz referred to the neighborhood as “Foreclosureville.”
Well, I’d never been to Slavic Village. But I have some close friends who grew up there. After reading Kotlowitz’s article, I was afraid slithering one-legged women were going to come …
It’s Friday night in Cleveland. The place to be is St. Mary’s Romanian Orthodox Church, top-rated Lenten fish fry by Cleveland Magazine.
Hold the God stuff.
Ok. I believe.
Thanks to Randy Vines of STl-style.com for donating these amazing photos. There were so many good ones, I split them into three groups, people, art and architecture. Stay tuned … and submit your photos to The Big Urban Photography Project at email@example.com
Don’t forget this guy …
Thanks again to Randy Vines. This is just a credit to what a personable guy he is. He can make anyone smile.
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