Move Over Hotlanta, We’re Hot in Cleveland! This blog is for all those who love Cleveland, want to know more about the city that rock and roll built, or who truly want to make good things happen for the Green City on a Blue Lake – Cleveland, Ohio. Faith and inspiration, ideas and helpful opinions are welcome here: Join the Conversation!
Mark Giuliano (Blog Administrator)
Dr. Giuliano is a well known civic leader, urban theologian and pastor of Cleveland’s historic and renowned Old Stone Church on Public Square.
Serving with hope, working for change: Mark holds elected positions on the Historic Gateway Neighborhood Board, the Downtown Cleveland Improvement Corporation and serves on a variety of committees and task forces, including the Public Square Task Force, Downtown Cleveland Homeless Task Force, the Advocacy Committee of the Downtown Cleveland Alliance, and the Administrative Committee of the Presbytery of the Western Reserve. Mark is also the newly-elected President of the Downtown Cleveland Residents Association.
A regular guest columnist with the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Mark is also the author of dozens of articles, a book on communication and a contributing author to other books and commentaries. He is also an accomplished singer songwriter, having garnered a Golden Viking for “Americana Album of the Year” in 2006, and received a letter of thanks from NYC Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and a Presidential Citation from President George W. Bush for his 2001 9-11 tribute song, Shoulder to Shoulder.
Mark and his wife, Beth, live in downtown Cleveland and enjoy contributing to the vitality of the city.
Take a Sneak Peek Inside Cleveland’s Historic and Renowned Old Stone Church on Public Square
VIDEO: WKYC-NBC, Good Company: Live Interview with Mark Giuliano and Holy Week Tour at the Old Stone Church
Easter Sermon: We Are All Witnesses (Part One and Two)
FRIENDS OF CLEVELAND: Mark Giuliano with Congressman Dennis Kucinich and Clerk of Session, Margaret Wetzler (190th Anniversary, Old Stone Church), Past Governor Ted Strickland (City Councilman Cimperman in background), Indians Manager, Manny Acta, and Mayor Frank Jackson.