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Fewer bikes, temperature checks: What some gyms will look like when they reopen May 26

Fewer bikes, temperature checks: What some gyms will look like when they reopen May 26

Fewer bikes, temperature checks: What some gyms will look like when they reopen May 26

Practice makes perfect. That’s the mantra of Orangetheory Fitness staffers, who have spent three weeks going through dry runs of the new procedures that will be in force when these facilities open after the COVID-19 shutdown.Orangetheory staff practiced performing temperature and symptom checks on members, opening the facility’s doors just five minutes before class starts, and pointing out floor decals that will help fitness buffs maintain a six-foot distance.

Beachwood will provide residents a community garden; Councilman wants to see bidding for engineering projects

Beachwood will provide residents a community garden; Councilman wants to see bidding for engineering projects

Beachwood will provide residents a community garden; Councilman wants to see bidding for engineering projects

Beachwood City Council, in committee Monday (May 18), discussed forming a community garden. Such a garden will be completed in a couple of weeks and will be used this summer, on a temporary basis, to gauge interest in a future, permanent garden. The garden will be located on what is now a basketball court near the Family Aquatic Center.

Beachwood Family Aquatic Center will not open this summer; Barkwood dog park to open May 22 on appointment-only basis

Beachwood Family Aquatic Center will not open this summer; Barkwood dog park to open May 22 on appointment-only basis

Beachwood Family Aquatic Center will not open this summer; Barkwood dog park to open May 22 on appointment-only basis

Beachwood Mayor Martin Horwitz announced Monday (May 18) that the city's Family Aquatic Center will be closed this summer. The city's Barkwood dog park, however, will open Friday (May 22). Barkwood visitors will have to make an advance appointment for a 30-minute visit.

‘If one person doesn’t stand up for what’s right then no one will:’ Stop the Hate Youth Speak Out

‘If one person doesn’t stand up for what’s right then no one will:’ Stop the Hate Youth Speak Out

‘If one person doesn’t stand up for what’s right then no one will:’ Stop the Hate Youth Speak Out

Daijanae Crenshaw, a senior at the Cleveland School of Science and Medicine, is a finalist in the Maltz Museum's Stop the Hate essay contest. She writes about befriending a transgender student in middle school.