The British tradition of Afternoon Tea is alive and well in Shaker, thanks to the particular expertise of a hard-working American woman.
A love of all things vintage makes Shaker the perfect choice for Tracey Hilbert.
Walkability, diversity, and character are just some of the reasons Ron Lloyd works and lives in Shaker Heights.
Meet some of the imaginative local chefs and bakers, whose skill in the kitchen has been taken to heart by residents, and people well beyond Shaker.
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.
Automotive designer Carlos Salaff gets goosebumps just from looking into the analog cockpits of 1960s-era Formula 1 racecars. That raw excitement combined with the design of the machine inspires the art he strives to create.
Acme Exterminating Company owner Gary Caldwell knows and loves the people, places…and even the pests of Shaker Heights.
Perhaps the most beloved television personality in Greater Cleveland, Shaker’s Leon Bibb was the first African-American prime-time news anchor in Ohio and one of the first in America.
Jamie Babbit graduated from Shaker Heights High School in 1989. These days, she's on Hollywood's A-List.
James Marr and Elaine Bayless moved to Shaker to be closer to family, bringing a successful Taekwon-do school with them.