Observer online exclusives
Only some of the information that the Observer collects makes it into the printed edition.
If you haven’t been online lately, here’s some of what’s waiting for you:
From our new blogs: (blogs.heightsobserver.org):
South Euclid's elected wrecking crew Insights into revenue lost to CH-UH schools when South Euclid bought and razed the now-vacant Cedar Center North.
Diamonds in our midst A fresh view of John Carroll as a place where even non-students can find inspiration, or, as Richard Andrews puts it, a Cain Park for the mind.
Is closing CH-UH buildings the only solution? Some alternatives to simply closing school buildings, from one member of the CH-UH district’s Facilities Review Committee.
Groupon's ad fiasco is a lesson learned How Groupon’s Super Bowl advertising campaign shed light on the high cost of businesses that help drive local merchants to the bottom.
On the forum: (heightsobserver.org/deck):
What is regionalism really? Opinions on the need for a grander view of regionalism, beyond the obvious things, such as joint bidding for street paving.
Winter walkability Comments on sidewalks that don’t get shoveled when it snows.
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