New York Times lauds the state of the arts on Cleveland’s West Side

Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.

Written by Scott Suttell.

Cleveland’s reputation as an arts, culture and entertainment town gets a significant boost from this New York Times story focused on the Gordon Square and Detroit Shoreway areas of the West Side.

It starts this way:

Perhaps no souvenir from Cleveland quite captures the city’s underdog pride as the popular T-shirt that reads “Cleveland Against the World” by the artist Glen Infante. It’s a quick two-mile shopping trip west of downtown to get one at his store iLTHY, short for I Love The Hype, one of the lively shops in the arts- and entertainment-friendly Gordon Square Arts District.

Like many good-news stories in Cleveland these days, the growth of Gordon Square owes something to LeBron James.

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Originally published November 15, 2017.

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