What vital products would you buy LOCAL at a slightly higher if manufactured by arts and craft colonies in NEO??

Submitted by lmcshane on Sun, 04/18/2010 - 10:30.
soap, candles
6% (1 vote)
0% (0 votes)
milk, cheese, butter
25% (4 votes)
0% (0 votes)
bread, cake, cereals
6% (1 vote)
ceramic plates, food vessels
0% (0 votes)
0% (0 votes)
paper, printmaking
0% (0 votes)
13% (2 votes)
all of the above and more-- suggest cooperative venture opportunities
50% (8 votes)
Total votes: 16

Cleveland Fashion at City Club

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
11:30am - 1:00pm
The City Club of Cleveland


Cleveland 2.0 is a dialogue series that will uncover the emerging personalities, industries and issues in Cleveland and there is no better venue to have these open discussions than in the “Citadel of Free Speech” – the City Club of Cleveland. This is the third of six dialogues and this new panel will focus on Cleveland’s Fashion Industry. Please join us on April 28th @ 11:30am at the venerable City Club in Downtown Cleveland to listen to and enjoy an open and honest discussion with the city’s most fashion forward thinkers as they discuss their vision for their companies and the region.


Panelists include:


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• Allison Halco – Editor/Blogger of Fashionably Cleveland "c333e356df817aaa0ff3ecbd8a6aaeba", event)">

• Valerie Mayen – Fashion Designer from Yellow Cake Shop "c333e356df817aaa0ff3ecbd8a6aaeba", event)">

• Sean Bilovecky – Fashion Designer from Wrath Arcane "c333e356df817aaa0ff3ecbd8a6aaeba", event)">


The panel will be moderated by Michael C. DeAloia, former “Tech Czar” of the City of Cleveland and current practice leader of the Local Advocacy Practice at LNE Group (www.lnegroup.com).


To register for this great event please go to:

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or call 888.223.6786.


Cost of this program is $15 for members of the City Club and $25 for non-members. For more information please connect with Carrie Miller of the City Club at 216.621.0082.

Meat and slaughterhouses

Now that's an industry that should be made more local and accountable. Any one remember the kosher butcher off Coventry in Cleveland Heights and the Asian live fowl butcher at the West Side market?  I do.