TV20 News returns for the week of July 19th, 2021. This week includes: food trucks, paper flowers, and collages!
Cleveland Indians Charities, in partnership with FirstEnergy, provided 200 scholastic summer book packs to Boys & Girls Club members grades K-8 to promote literacy among youth.
Good vibes and positive energy was the setting on Larchmere Boulevard for the first Academy Fest. After having to quarantine and businesses not being able to operate at 100% during 2020, Academy Fest was exactly what this neighborhood needed to invite residents back around for fellowship.
Food truck Friday was a staple near the free stamp in downtown Cleveland for years. But due to the pandemic the weekly event was put on pause for over a year. Finally, food truck Friday is on its way back.
In the Collinwood Community, a groundbreaking took place that will bring new senior living complexes to the neighborhood.
A group of very creative older adults put on an art show for the community.
When it comes to jewelry, nothing is better than an exclusive, one-of-a-kind piece, and Margeaux Wymer, owner of The W Gallery in downtown Cleveland specializes in handmade jewelry of all kinds.
Love, Anji Paper Florist in downtown Cleveland has some of the most beautiful handmade paper flower bouquets you’ve ever seen, sure to put a smile on that special someone’s face.