What if it was all a dream? Except, no, we’ve got the evidence.
The Phantasy may be closing. Or maybe not. The King of Pop’s gone for sure, but the Rock Hall’s still gonna party. Summer is just about over, but Larchmere’s sidewalk sale welcomes the fall. Arts in August is over and done, after one more evening of indie pop in Tremont.
Kids aren’t supposed to make a mess. Except when they are, like this weekend at the AAM. Blue Lunch isn’t exactly jazz, but they fit in just fine at BOP STOP. Parma is host to both the Slovak Festival and the Hungarian Scout Festival.
You’re not dreaming. The Women’s Air and Space Museum celebrates two decades, the Made in Ohio Art & Craft Festival returns to Hale Farm, and Cleveland Culinaria brings together chefs and artists. And now it’s time to register so you can vote in the November election. Just like in your wildest fantasy. –Thomas Mulready