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Arts Renaissance Tremont Kicks Off Season with Piano/Cello Duo

Ashtabula Celebrates Its Unique Feature at its Covered Bridge Festival

Wearable Art Market Returns to Eton

Seventeen-Year-Old Mexican Pianist Daniela Liebman Returns to Cleveland Museum of Art

Music for Miles Concert at Waterloo Arts Includes a Salute to the Founding of the U.S. Navy

What You Always Wanted to Know About The Musical Theater Project

Local Rapper Ty Bri Debuts New Release at the Grog Shop

Valley Art Center Show Focuses on Comic Art

“Made in Cleveland” at Tri-C East Features Work by Local Arts Organization Founders

THEATER REVIEW: “Paradise Blue” @ Karamu by Roy Berko

Ursuline College Gallery Shows Diverse Work of CWRU Faculty Member Tim Schuckerow

THEATER REVIEW: “Copenhagen” @ Cesear’s Forum by Roy Berko

World Premiere “Rastus and Hattie” @ CPT Looks at America’s Racial Legacy

THEATER REVIEW: “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical @ Playhouse Square by Laura Kennelly

Cleveland Museum of Natural History Opens New Fossils Exhibit

Have a Lot of Fall Fun at Heritage Farms’ Pumpkin Pandemonium

Cleveland Photo Fest to Make Its Debut in September

Help the Monarch Butterfly Population by Collecting Milkweed Seed Pods

SPACES Benefit This Year Is a Installation Show Called “End of Days”

THEATER REVIEW: “The Member of the Wedding” @ Beck Center by Laura Kennelly

THEATER REVIEW: “Julius Caesar” @ Great Lakes Theater by Roy Berko

THEATER REVIEW: “Pipeline” @ Cleveland Play House by Laura Kennelly

THEATER REVIEW: “Julius Caesar” @ Great Lakes Theater by Laura Kennelly

Artist Paul Spina’s Work Goes On View at Shaker Historical Society

THEATER REVIEW: “The Member of the Wedding” @ Beck Center by Roy Berko

Two Artists Look at the Watery World at BAYarts

THEATER REVIEW: “The Music Man” @ Great Lakes Theater by Roy Berko

THEATER REVIEW: “The Music Man” @ Great Lakes Theater by Laura Kennelly

SeenUNseen Focuses on African-American Art Collection

THEATER REVIEW: “Pipeline” @ Cleveland Play House by Roy Berko

Submissions Are Open for the 24th Annual High School Rock Off

VIDEO: Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music at The Maltz

The Maltz Museum Hosts “Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music” Exhibit

Next day 10/14

Science Cafe at the Music Box Looks at Tobacco Delivery Systems

Master Cimbalom Player Featured on Hungarian Folk & Classical Music in Rocky River

Valley Art Center Show Focuses on Comic Art

“Made in Cleveland” at Tri-C East Features Work by Local Arts Organization Founders

THEATER REVIEW: “Paradise Blue” @ Karamu by Roy Berko

Ursuline College Gallery Shows Diverse Work of CWRU Faculty Member Tim Schuckerow

THEATER REVIEW: “Copenhagen” @ Cesear’s Forum by Roy Berko

World Premiere “Rastus and Hattie” @ CPT Looks at America’s Racial Legacy

THEATER REVIEW: “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical @ Playhouse Square by Laura Kennelly

Cleveland Museum of Natural History Opens New Fossils Exhibit

Have a Lot of Fall Fun at Heritage Farms’ Pumpkin Pandemonium

Cleveland Photo Fest to Make Its Debut in September

Help the Monarch Butterfly Population by Collecting Milkweed Seed Pods

SPACES Benefit This Year Is a Installation Show Called “End of Days”

THEATER REVIEW: “The Member of the Wedding” @ Beck Center by Laura Kennelly

THEATER REVIEW: “Julius Caesar” @ Great Lakes Theater by Roy Berko

THEATER REVIEW: “Pipeline” @ Cleveland Play House by Laura Kennelly

THEATER REVIEW: “Julius Caesar” @ Great Lakes Theater by Laura Kennelly

Artist Paul Spina’s Work Goes On View at Shaker Historical Society

THEATER REVIEW: “The Member of the Wedding” @ Beck Center by Roy Berko

Two Artists Look at the Watery World at BAYarts

THEATER REVIEW: “The Music Man” @ Great Lakes Theater by Roy Berko

THEATER REVIEW: “The Music Man” @ Great Lakes Theater by Laura Kennelly

SeenUNseen Focuses on African-American Art Collection

THEATER REVIEW: “Pipeline” @ Cleveland Play House by Roy Berko

Submissions Are Open for the 24th Annual High School Rock Off

VIDEO: Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music at The Maltz

The Maltz Museum Hosts “Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music” Exhibit

Later that week 10/13-10/20

Former UN Ambassador Samantha Power Speaks at Parma Library

Ten-Year Initiative Sustainable Cleveland 2019 Ends with Public Summit

Ten-Year Initiative Sustainable Cleveland 2019 Ends with Public Summit

Refresh Collective Releases Hip-Hop “Project of Shared Humanity” @ BOP STOP

Artist Darius Steward Talks About His Watercolors on View at Bonfoey Gallery

Cinematheque Founder John Ewing Talks @ Music Box About Booking Specialty Films

Terrestrial Brewing Hosts Event to Protect the Spotted Turtle

Solve a Murder Mystery at Natural History Museum’s Think & Drink With the Extinct

Three Veteran Musicians Share Their Original Songs at J. Pistone in Shaker Heights

NE Ohio Artist Dana Oldfather Talks at Youngstown’s McDonough Museum About Her Current Show There

BOP STOP Celebrates 5th Anniversary with Musical Exploration of Racial Injustice

Akron Rapper Floco Torres Talks About “Flow” at CreativeMornings CLE

Grateful Dead Fans to Gather at Networking Is Dead at the Music Box

Voting Rights Activist Stacy Abrams to Speak in Cleveland

Talespinner Children’s Theatre Hosts Its Annual Harlequinade Benefit

Rock Hall Hosts Screening of Local Rock & Roll Home Movies

Celebrate Slavic Village’s Heritage at Its Kielbasa Cookout

Akron Symphony Explores Female Composers with “Stand Beside Her” Project

Jazz Trumpet Player Curtis Taylor, NE Ohio Native, Comes Home to BOP STOP with New Album

Cleveland Burlesque Celebrates the Season with TWO Big, Scary Shows

Burning River Baroque Cleveland Heights Concert Features 17th-Century Mad Songs

Stop Procrastinating and Join the “Write-A-Thon” @ Cleveland Public Library

Learn to Plant & Care for Trees at Workshop in Strongsville

Meet Celebrity Cat Lil BUB at Tails From the City Fundraiser

It’s Dogs on the March – in Costume! – at Lakewood’s Spooky Pooch Parade

Screw Factory Artists Host a Fall Open House

Apollo’s Fire Opens Its Season with “Echoes of Venice”

CityMusic Cleveland Introduces Its New Music Director as It Opens Its Season

Cleveland Guitar Trio Mixes Jazz, Folk, Pop and Classical at Three Local Shows