Thursday, August 23, 2012
The owner decided to open the new business because his ribs sold so well at his other restaurant, The Seafood Place, according to the article.
You may have noticed a sign for The Rib Cage at the former storefront that used to be Club Sober on Lee Road. The space will now house a BBQ restaurant that opens this Friday, according to an article in Scene Magazine. The owner, Robert Hill, told Scene that he decided to open the new restaurant because his the ribs at his other business, The Seafood Place on Cedar Road, were selling "like crazy." Read more about the new business in the Cedar Lee Business District in Scene.
Monday, June 25, 2012
Julia and Victor Nimmons want to use the money they raise at the Lee Road store to feed the hungry and open a cultural center.
Julia’s Creations on Lee Road sells hand-made jewelry, organic soaps and a collection of purses, hats, scarves, clothes and more. But what customers may not know about the store, which opened in May, is how the owners are using the profits from the shop. The husband and wife team, Victor and Julia Nimmons, also operate God’s Work Inc., a non-profit with the mission to raise money to feed the hungry and open a cultural center where people of any means can take classes from dancing to anti-bullying to drama to jewelry making. “I wanted to reach for my passion,” said Victor, who left his job with the MetroHealth system in March 2011 and has owned his own business in the past. “All efforts are established to support the world we can envision …
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
The greeting card, handbag, candle and jewelry shop will open soon in its former home with new items for men, babies, kids and pets.
Simply Charming is coming back to the Cedar Lee Business District. Elisabeth Gevelber closed her store in 2009 when she thought she was going to move to Arizona. She ended up staying in town and two years later, relocated to Warrensville Center Road in University Heights. “I thought, the space is available and it had free parking and it gets a lot of traffic, but that never happened,” said Gevelber, who opened the store in September and closed it June 9. Loyal customers from Cedar Lee came to the greeting card, jewelry, handbag and candle shop, but it was difficult to attract new customers. So Gevelber decided to move back home. “These were my old stomping grounds. We’d always spend Saturday with grandma,” said Gevelber, recalling memories…