CLEVELAND (AP) — Growing up in the 1980s, Sam McNulty often visited the food vendors at the West Side Market in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood. “I kind of fell in love with the neighborhood back then, even though it was considered sketchy,” said McNulty. By the 1990s, when McNulty interned with a community development organization, “the neighborhood was still largely boarded up — not a place you wanted to be after dark,” he recalled. “But you were starting to see little glimmers of hope.” Today Ohio City offers visitors a very different impression. There’s a booming craft beer and dining scene with some 40 eateries...

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