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Digital gaming as team sport and a whole lot more.
Founded by two Shaker residents, the Cleveland Kids' Book Bank has distributed more than 1.7 million books to children in need throughout Greater Cleveland.
Chuck Bates works every day to ensure the Fire Department's trucks, equipment, and tools are in peak working condition, regardless of age. Watch the video.
Lifelong resident Joan Kaufman (nee Skall) has had an 80-year love affair with the piano.
“It's definitely a labor of love,” muses Bill Rosner, who's been producing maple syrup in his Shaker backyard for many years.
Maybe you’ve noticed, but there are no laundromats in Shaker.
"Music for Our Children," organized by Shaker residents Ralitsa Georgieva-Smith and Jason Smith, is now in its fifth year and has raised more than $6,000 for UNICEF.
Shaker's Aaron Goldhammer is the co-host and producer of ESPN's WKNR 850 sports talk show.
Carol Nursery is still play-full at 85.
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.”