In a nondescript building on W. 25th St., Michael and Thomas Zubal of Zubal Books are carrying on a literary tradition that originated with their father’s collection in a Parma garage in 1961 and has since grown to encompass three million volumes.
When two Cleveland-area nonprofits, MetroHealth and MAGNET, embarked on major building projects, they also set the lofty goal of going green. They used deconstruction, or the practice of carefully dismantling old buildings for reuse, to reduce the amount of waste going to a landfill.
Christmas came a little early for Neighborhood Pets this year. This fall, just as people were starting to think about the holidays, the nonprofit pet care provider in Cleveland’s Slavic Village opened a gift in the form of an expansion.