In the early morning hours of January 30, a fire damaged and has temporarily closed one of Cleveland's treasures, the 100-year-old West Side Market.
And while the city of Cleveland will pay for the clean up out of capital funds previously identified for Market upgrades, there is still a lot of work that needs to be done and business lost for the vendors.
However, just like in the past, Cleveland has proven itself a resilient city - ready to rally when needed.
For instance, Gordon Square's Happy Dog donated $1 from every hot dog sold this weekend to the Market's recovery. In 2 days, they raised over $1,200 for the vendors and employees (that's a lot of hot dogs!).
If the snow or Superbowl kept you from grabbing one of their delicious hot dogs, here are a few more ways you can support the West Side Market.
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