“It's definitely a labor of love,” muses Bill Rosner, who's been producing maple syrup in his Shaker backyard for many years.
Jamie Babbit graduated from Shaker Heights High School in 1989. These days, she's on Hollywood's A-List.
Ohio ranks near the top in the national infant mortality rate. Five Shaker Heights women have taken the first step to help reduce that catastrophic statistic.
Gimme Java, the cozy cafe on the southeast corner of Van Aken Boulevard and Lee Road, has been described as “Shaker’s version of Cheers, only with coffee instead of alcohol.”
If you shop at Heinen’s, chances are Jackson Merriman has brightened your day
An old play set gets a new life.
I’ve been relieved to discover how many other Shaker moms have gone back to school or switched fields at mid-life.
When you live in a Shaker house that’s old enough to be your parent, it’s great to have at least one handy member of the family.
A little known wonder deep in the Shaker woods.
Our time with Shaker Schools has been rich and full of both challenges and triumphs.