Author Event - Cleveland Neighborhood Guidebook: The Least Practical, Most Literary Guide to Cleveland Book edited by staff of Belt Magazine “Losing Lakewood” Essay by Sally Errico Introduced by Anne Trubek editor in chief of Belt Magazine

In this anthology, you will read about places no longer here, such as the Little Italy Historical Museum and League Park, as well as increasingly popular areas, such as North Collinwood and Asiatown. You will learn about the Cleveland Heights Museum of Natural History, Mount Pleasant back in the day and Opportunity Corridors. The writers tell you stories about starting a business in Ohio City, marketing Larchmere, first time home buying in the Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood, self-loathing in South Euclid, troubling developments in Tremont, closed schools in Lee-Miles and a vineyard in Hough. Sally Errico has lived in New York for more than ten years, but she still looks at Lakewood real estate online. She is the deputy managing editor at strategy + business and the former web manager at The New Yorker, and her writing and editing also has appeared in The New York Times, the Independent, the Observer, Rumpus, Cleveland Clinic Press and Northern Ohio Live. Books will be available for sale and signing at the event.  

Thursday, May 25, 2017 - 7:00pm
Main Library Auditorium