Articles

Ensure Honey Bee Health By Managing Healthy Colonies

Christopher Johnston
PUB: Honey Colony
May 27, 2020

Ridding bee colonies of Varroa mites is key, but keepers must take a holistic approach to maintain thriving hives. With colony collapse disorder (CCD) decimating significant numbers of hives every year, research scientists and beekeepers continue their search for solutions.

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Covid-19 and crime accelerate economic struggles in Mt. Pleasant neighborhood

Christopher Johnston
PUB: The Land
September 8, 2020

Bullet holes peppering the aluminum entrance to the Southern Café East hint at the sobering story of distress tormenting the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood. Owner and Executive Chef Tony Fortner, who has invested in the community only to find his opportunity for success stymied by Covid-19, currently finds himself living a nightmare that’s far from finished.

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History Magazine: Prelude to Victory

Christopher Johnston
PUB: History Magazine

In December of 1944, Frederick C. Crawford, president of Thompson Products, Inc., an automotive and aviation parts manufacturer in Cleveland, stepped out of an airplane in Cherbourg, France.

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Cover Story: The Christian Science Monitor: “Cleveland uses literature to empower youth, overcome social divides

Christopher Johnston
PUB: Christian Science Monitor

By welcoming and engaging its citizens from all corners through literature, the city is spawning discussions that could help it tackle tough social issues from homelessness to substance abuse. At a long conference table on the east side of Cleveland, Daniel Gray-Kontar listens closely as one of his students, a high school senior, starts to read her latest poem.

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