The Geauga County Historical Society is Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of Century Village Museum!

On Saturday, May 27th, at 5:00 p.m., the Geauga County Historical Society will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the founding of Century Village Museum in Burton, Ohio, its recreation of an early settlement on the Western Reserve of Ohio.  The ceremony will take place at the Eleazer Hickox House on the grounds of Century Village.  The event … Read more

American Pickers to Film in Ohio in June!

Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team are excited to return to Ohio! They plan to film episodes of the hit series American Pickers throughout the region in June 2017! If you don’t already tune in, American Pickers is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique ‘picking’ on History. The hit show follows Mike and Frank, … Read more

Who We Are, Where We Live: Call for Submissions

Literary Cleveland is seeking submissions of first-person stories, essays and poems written by people who live and/or work in Buckeye Shaker, or have personal ties to the community. Selected works will be published in an online anthology on the Lit Cleveland website and promoted widely. Contributors will be invited to a final reading and celebration … Read more

Literary Cleveland Announces Who We Are, Where We Live Community Writing Program

Literary Cleveland, a non-profit organization committed to building a vibrant community of readers and writers in Northeast Ohio, is pleased to announce Who We Are, Where We Live, a place-based community writing program spotlighting Cleveland’s Buckeye-Shaker neighborhood. The program will give voice to those who live and work in the neighborhood, and offer opportunities for … Read more

The Buckeye Trail: Follow the Blue Blazes

Fans shine a spotlight on the tremendous Buckeye Trail, with time for Questions and Answers. Marked by blue blazes on trees for more than 1,400 miles, the Buckeye Trail winds around Ohio reaching its every corner, from a beachhead on Lake Erie to a hilltop overlooking the Ohio River in Cincinnati. On Sunday, March 19th, … Read more

Lit Cleveland Hosts Staged Reading of Immigrant Narratives March 18th and 19th at Cleveland State University

When the nonprofit Literary Cleveland, whose mission is to create and nurture a vibrant literary arts community in Northeast Ohio, put out a call for immigration stories by Northeast Ohio writers, the group was flooded with responses. Now many of them – written by immigrants from Syria, Iran, Colombia, Poland, China, Azerbaijan and elsewhere, many of whom are … Read more

Lit Cleveland Hosts Staged Reading of Immigrant Narratives March 18th & 19th at Cleveland State University

When the nonprofit Literary Cleveland, whose mission is to create and nurture a vibrant literary arts community in Northeast Ohio, put out a call for immigration stories by Northeast Ohio writers, the group was flooded with responses. Now many of them – written by immigrants from Syria, Iran, Colombia, Poland, China, Azerbaijan and elsewhere, many … Read more

Growing Up Amish

Contributed By Alexandra Kudukis Why do you wear those strange outfits? Why would you want to live your life like that? And sometimes, just simply, Why? Those are the most common questions asked of Lorina Mast, 27, of Geauga County. To answer those questions and even more, lets take a glimpse into Lorina’s childhood. She was raised … Read more