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.