Welcome back to TV20 News for September 28th, 2021. A sneak peek for this week: rock climbing, cupcakes, and motorcycles
An Urban Farm in Cleveland’s Kinsman neighborhood recently hosted one of the biggest festivals of the summer.
Origins of the first motorcycle date back to the late 19th century. The motorcycle has evolved miraculously over the years, and you can witness parts of that evolution at “The Year of the Motorcycle” exhibit at the Cleveland History Center.
Food Truck Friday is going on every Friday at the Food Stamp now until the end of September. Cornell Calhoun the Third, Cleveland’s Arts and Culture Coordinator, spoke with the owner of one such food truck, Island Spice.
Latest updates on legislations from the Cleveland City Council meeting of 9/20/21
The pandemic has been tough for businesses of all sizes, and it hit small businesses even harder. However, Ashley Wynn decided to start her small business this year so that she could be home more often to take care of her son who was born with special needs.
If you’re in the market for gear supporting your favorite sports team, or you want a special, customized t-shirt made; then look no further than Ambitious Ink.
If you’re in to rock wall climbing, you’re going to love this next story. There’s a place in Cleveland where you can fee-climb a variety of different rock walls. It’s called Nosotros and TV20 was invited inside to give you a closer look.
Twenty-three artists, 11 from Cleveland and 12 invited both nationally and internationally, worked together to create 19 original and unique street art murals throughout the Midtown Neighborhood.