Know what's happening in Shaker Heights! This is the first and only podcast dedicated to what makes living in Shaker Heights so great. Events, retail, business, government, schools, sports, culture, arts and special interest stories all served to you weekly. Short enough to listen to while walking your dog yet long enough to stay informed.
Listen in to hear how 3-19 and the NEO Coalition for the Homeless are teaming up for the Holidays.
Our lakes have been drained and disgusting for quite a while now. What's the deal? We've got your answers in this week's podcast.
Haven't done your part on the 2020 census yet? You need to listen to this episode. Know someone that has been holding off on it? Send this to them! Shaker is behind! www.2020census.gov
Minorities Together has been working with the City of Shaker Heights to propose police reform.
Picnic Hill Market Cafe is back on the show to announce their brand new service called "Picnic Fresh Home" where they will be sourcing local ingredients and delivering fresh meal kits to your doorstep.
New store alert! SLFMKR is open in the Van Aken District and their founder sat down with us to explain what a modern apothecary focused on self care is all about.
Experts share about caring for the physical and emotional needs of families, parenting in a socially-distanced summer, COVID as an Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE), and how to advocate for families disproportionately affected by the virus. Panelists: Gabriella Celeste-Cohen, Policy Dir., CWRU Schubert Center for Child Studies Suzanne Hrusch, MPH,…
Grooveryde owners, Zosimo and Anjua, fill us in on why building a community around fitness is so important to them and why Shaker was the perfect place to open their second studio!
New One Shaker partners with existing organizations to fill gaps in both education and other community resources. Hear from their Executive Director on this episode! https://newoneshaker.org/
The Shaker Historical Society talks with us about upcoming programming - including a guided bike ride that kicks off this coming weekend! We also talk about virtual camps and historical preservation.
Director of Development for the Van Aken District, Mackenzie Makepeace, calls in today to tell us all about the new food options in the Market Hall as well as what to expect with new openings around the district.
Peter Reuter from Scorpacciata Pasta Co. shares what makes his pasta AND NOW pizza's different from the rest. Find out more on their website: https://www.scorpacciatapastaco.com/
You might have seen the new art that's across from Mitchell's and next to Stump. We talked with the artist to find out what went into creating the image. Right now, our city has to come together because, we're stronger together. We love you, Shaker!
Daniel Brown of the Rust Belt Riders, a commercial and home composting service, joins us today to talk about resuming their offerings for Shaker Heights and how composting benefits the environment. Visit www.rustbeltriders.com to learn more and use code HEYSHAKER2020 to get your first month free and no setup fee!…
Kelly Baker from Public Works is back to share the ins and outs of our recycling program and answer the question that has been on all of our minds.
Nick Fedor of the Shaker Heights Development Corporation joins us to share some insight into what the SHDC is doing to help Shaker retail come back strong after being forced to close for so long.
We want your help to thank everyone involved in this pandemic. Listen to discover how you can do that. Also... you helped us reach an incredible milestone for the podcast and we want to say thank you!
Summer’s coming, and with it, the need for a pedicure! Although Manifest is closed as of this podcast release, they are still selling gift cards and making plans to safely reopen – so let’s check in with Jamie Spaid about her business and the many services they offer!
You've seen it, you've talked about it in the Facebook groups, some of you may have even welcomed it into your backyard and been concerned that someone's dog got loose. Now, we talk with the Division of Wildlife to understand more about our friend, the "Shaker Heights Coyote" and his...family?
April is fair housing month. We sat down with the City’s assistant law director and who oversees the Fair Housing Office, Lisa Gold-Scott, to learn how Shaker compares with the rest of the country. For more, visit: https://shakeronline.com/306/Fair-Housing-Office
Patti Speese from the Shaker Heights Public Works department fills us in on what roads will be worked on in 2020 and what construction projects may affect traffic this Summer and Fall. For more, visit: https://www.shakeronline.com/192/Public-Works
We raised well over our goal of $40,000 for the Shaker Schools Foundation! Such a memorable night. Today on the podcast, we talk with a few notable guests LIVE at the event.
Even though all of Ohio is sheltering in place right now, Shaker Heights Presbyterian Church is still having online services. A few weeks ago, we talked with Pastor Mark Roberson about their role in the community.
Elliott of Nature's Oasis talks with us about the bodega mindset he brought to Shaker Heights. Also... it's still open. The cafe is doing carry out.
Where can you find age-appropriate stretching, tumbling, dance, and sports skills all under one roof, rain or shine? The Little Gym of Shaker Heights, of course! Owner Paula Pascarella talks with us about The Little Gym's unique approach to curriculum and their fantastic team.
Have you ever driven down Chagrin towards Cleveland and seen a sculpture made of multicolored, stacked doors? This is the handiwork of local Shaker artist, Scott Goss. Scott, an interdisciplinary artist and lecturer at the Cleveland Institute of Art, won the “Make your Mark on Moreland Public Art Competition” in 2018 and made this piece. The sculpt…
Are you an athlete recovering from an injury? Got back pain that you just can't solve? We talked to Jonathan FitzGordon this week about his unique combination of yoga, muscle strengthening and special awareness and how he helps others live pain free in Shaker! Continue the conversation at: https://www.heyshaker.com/corewalking…
In this Tuesday's episode, we give you Shaker Bites, the rundown of athletics and events for the week, and talk with Andrea Wedren of the District Gallery. Did you know that District Gallery offers art consulting, framing, and hanging as well as fantastic curated art? Continue the conversation at https://www.heyshaker.com/districtgallery…
Emily Brown of the Van Aken District's "Stump" tells us how they landed on the concept of a house plant centered store and how they see their role as a community center. Ask Emily your plant questions in the comments at www.HeyShaker.com
Shaker Heights currently has two locations of the Little Free Pantry. Today, we talk to the two that are responsible for bringing this fantastic mission to Shaker, Amy Bouthilet and Katie O'Brien. Email the Little Free Pantry at: email@example.com Have something to add to the story? Sound off in the comments.…
Discover the entire story behind Edwins in the Shaker Square. Owner Brandon Chrostowski sits down with Producer Jessica Kurn in the basement to tell us how he serves up second chances. More at www.heyshaker.com
Nick Fedor of the Shaker Heights Development Corporation joins us to share some secret deals happening around Shaker Heights ONLY on Small Business Saturday (November 30th!). Be sure to come see us from 11am-4pm in the Van Aken District Market Hall for your free "Hey, Shaker!" reusable shopping bag filled with exclusive deals for the weekend. If yo…
Jennie Doran from Room Service is on the show to tell us about their second, inspiring location and what's inside! Have you found any treasures there yet? Find out more! https://www.rscleveland.com/ Continue the conversation with your neighbors at www.heyshaker.com Got an event coming up that you want Shaker to know about? Email the show at hello@h…
It's time we find out what exactly we can and can not recycle in Shaker Heights. We hear directly from Kelly Baker of the Shaker Heights Public Works department to put our questions to bed. Also on this episode, what's happening in the Van Aken District this winter? Find out when we interview Megan O'Donnell. Recycling: https://www.shakeronline.com…