Cleveland is divided in 3 Distrits; Downtown, where the State University is located and is around the mouth of the Cuyahoga River along Lake Erie; The East Side, that is the portion of the city to the east of the river, including the city’s world-class cultural and arts complex; and the West Side, in the west side of the ricer and has the airport and the West Side Market.
We walk a lot around the trendy areas of Tremont, Detroit and 25st in the west side area. A Christmas Story House is a 19th-century Victorian house in Tremont. When they make the 1983 movie they use it as the location and today is a museum. It was purchased by a private developer in 2004 and has been restored and renovated to appear as it did both inside and outside in the film.
Is touristy but you have to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
They recently rebuild the Indians stadium (commonly Lakefront Stadium and Cleveland Stadium), and renamed it to First Energy Stadium (the Progressive Field). Their logo is Chief Wahoo, but sometimes is more their “mascot”, so it has drawn criticism from some sportswriters, religious groups, and Native Americans.
There is this initiative of Ohio City to have a bicycle Co-op but you can hardly see a bike.
A curios fact of the city is that the creators of Super Man were from Cleveland, so they based their hero in it.
On summer, every Thursday, you can go to the Lake, enjoy food trucks, free yoga, concerts, play volleyball and even golf, Cleveland has the most golf courses per capita in the United States!
The city is still growing and getting trendy. There is a Farm Stand of Ohio City who had this initiative of training all the refugees that came to Cleveland as gardeners and making a community garden together where they can sell their products.