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Today's Emerging Cleveland bus tour covers a lot of ground as it cruises past some familiar and not-so-familiar city landmarks. The itinerary includes stops at the old Gospel Press building in Tremont and the art colony at Tyler Village on East 36th Street. "Cleveland is a great, livable city compared to New York and San Francisco," says tour guide Erin Aleman. "Anything you want is at your fingertips." The tour is aimed at college students and yuppies who are thinking about moving from the suburbs to the city. "People have great attitudes everywhere else," says Aleman. "Here, they say Cleveland is never going to happen. This tour shows them that there is something happening."
Sat., Nov. 25, 10 a.m.

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