L.A. Times Talks Cleveland

L.A. Times Sings Praise of Cleveland

Audiences across the nation and globe are gaining a newfound respect for the City of Cleveland as the city undergoes a renaissance of sorts that is capturing the attention of thousands. A recent L.A. Times article is further evidence of this growing trend.

Rock Hall Sign Written by a Boston transplant, the article calls Cleveland a “hidden gem,” noting its food and arts scene, as well as its array of cultural attractions and amenities.

The article states:

“This city of nearly 400,000 residents is where millennial boomerangs are returning and transplants are arriving, bringing with them big ideas. New enterprises are taking over old industrial buildings, people are moving into downtown, and there’s a new energy in the air…”

To read more about what national publications have to say about our great city and region, be sure to visit the National Press section of our website.