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The Buckeye Shaker Square RENAISSANCE is a quarterly, community and business news journal distributing free copies in restaurants, cafes, libraries, apartment buildings, and anywhere people gather in and around the Buckeye-Shaker Square neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio.

We engage readers with fresh, personal, community-written content from and about neighborhood newsmakers in art, business, food, entertainment, health & wellness around our community.

A new print/online newsletter launched in 2017, The Buckeye Shaker Square RENAISSANCE exists to build a better, safer, economically stronger neighborhood through forward-looking neighborhood media pioneering a 21st Century, mass approach to introduce neighbor to neighbor.

Please let us know if you have a Buckeye, Shaker Square, Larchmere or Woodland Hills neighborhood story to tell.  Mail your content to us at PO Box 6161, Cleveland, OH, 44101, or email content to info.BSSDC@gmail.com.  Find us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube or visit us on the web at Buckeyeshaker.org

 

 

 

The Connection, an award-winning tabloid-sized newspaper published four times a year, provides information pertinent to Shaker Square neighborhoods that include the Apartment Corridor, Boulevard, Larchmere, Ludlow and CHALK.

The newspaper assists Shaker Square Area Development Corporation in achieving its mission to preserve the Shaker Square neighborhoods by keeping its audience informed of news and events that directly and indirectly affect them. Each issue also includes a list of community resources, columns on the different neighborhoods, profiles of SHAD members and community event listings. Also, each spring issue includes the newspaper’s annual Apartment Guide, an invaluable resource for apartment seekers.

The Connection is the positive voice for an involved neighborhood striving to be all that is required to bring people together, keep residents and attract consumers.   SHAD distributes 7,500 copies of each issue to more than 80 high-traffic, strategically chosen locations, including area businesses, restaurants, libraries throughout and around Shaker Square and Larchmere, in both Cleveland and Shaker Heights.  The Connection is mailed first class to dues-paying members to SHAD and also is distributed at special events. Current and past issues are accessible on the SHAD website at www.shad.org or pick up a current copy at the Harvey Rice Branch Library.