John Pistone is co-owner of Shaker's popular J. Pistone Market and Gathering Place, where fresh (and healthy) food is always on the menu.
Parents, grandparents, alums, and community members provide a big assist to Shaker students and their teachers, when they volunteer their time and talents.
Acme Exterminating Company owner Gary Caldwell knows and loves the people, places…and even the pests of Shaker Heights.
James Marr and Elaine Bayless moved to Shaker to be closer to family, bringing a successful Taekwon-do school with them.
Kathy and Ralph Dise run separate companies on opposite ends of town, both conveniently situated near their Shaker home.
The Shaker Schools Foundation plays an indispensable role in the educational experience of every Shaker student – and that’s something to celebrate.
Meet Shaker Heights High School Principal Jonathan Kuehnle. You will be "keenly" aware of how to pronounce his name.
A student by day and nurse by night, the Moreland resident still finds time to enjoy what the City offers.
A young Shaker filmmaker finds his calling.
Artists Seth Nagelberg, Marc Petrovic, and Christian Moody — all faculty members at the Cleveland Institute of Art — are happy to call Shaker home.