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New Plays Get Staged Readings on Waterloo

Museums Offer Historical Presidents Day Activities

Don’t Get Shut Out: Voter Registration Deadline is Tue 2/18

NEOMFA Playwrights Festival Airs New Student Works

THEATER REVIEW: “Anastasia” @ Playhouse Square by Roy Berko

THEATER REVIEW: “Anastasia” @ Playhouse Square by Laura Kennelly

THEATER REVIEW: “The Scottsboro Boys” @ Beck Center by Laura Kennelly

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

THEATER REVIEW: “The Scottsboro Boys” @ Beck Center by Roy Berko

Injustice Fuels Musical “The Scottsboro Boys” at Beck Center

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

Kent State Metals Exhibit Commemorates May 4, 1970 Shootings

Heights Arts Showcases Eight Area Textile Artists

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

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

Three Area Artists Are Showcased in “Nature Preserved” at Westlake’s Gallery W

CWRU Art Gallery Show Fetes Its Black Alumni

Self-Portraits at BAYarts Capture Gender Transition

Jessie Herzfeld Shows Arthur Rimbaud-Inspired Work at Art on Madison

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

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

Mixed Media Artist Sean Jason Kelly Is Spotlighted at Heights Arts

“Proof” at CMA Looks at Past Era of Photography

“Ultimate Dinosaurs” @ Cleveland Museum of Natural History Offers Look at Lesser Known Dinos

Next day 02/18

New Plays Get Staged Readings on Waterloo

Don’t Get Shut Out: Voter Registration Deadline is Tue 2/18

CIM Students and Faculty Perform “Music for Food”

“Sing, My Brother, Sing” Explores Black Christianity & Hip Hop

NEOMFA Playwrights Festival Airs New Student Works

THEATER REVIEW: “Anastasia” @ Playhouse Square by Roy Berko

THEATER REVIEW: “Anastasia” @ Playhouse Square by Laura Kennelly

THEATER REVIEW: “The Scottsboro Boys” @ Beck Center by Laura Kennelly

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

THEATER REVIEW: “The Scottsboro Boys” @ Beck Center by Roy Berko

Injustice Fuels Musical “The Scottsboro Boys” at Beck Center

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

Kent State Metals Exhibit Commemorates May 4, 1970 Shootings

Heights Arts Showcases Eight Area Textile Artists

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

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

Three Area Artists Are Showcased in “Nature Preserved” at Westlake’s Gallery W

CWRU Art Gallery Show Fetes Its Black Alumni

Self-Portraits at BAYarts Capture Gender Transition

Jessie Herzfeld Shows Arthur Rimbaud-Inspired Work at Art on Madison

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

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

Mixed Media Artist Sean Jason Kelly Is Spotlighted at Heights Arts

“Proof” at CMA Looks at Past Era of Photography

“Ultimate Dinosaurs” @ Cleveland Museum of Natural History Offers Look at Lesser Known Dinos

Later that week 02/17-02/24

Blax Museum Program Honors Black Cultural & Historical Greats

New Plays Get Staged Readings on Waterloo

“Breakout Session (or Frogorse)” Shows Examines Cleveland Police

Stax Legend Booker T. Jones Speaks at the Rock Hall

Cleveland Black Theater History Is Explored at Maltz Museum

New Bellamy Printz Monoprints Go on View in Cleveland Heights

Two Documentary Shorts Look at Black Culture & History

Partake of Paczki and Polish Culture in Slavic Village

“Love Is a Drag” at February GlamGore Drag Show

Natural History Museum Shares Plant and Animal Reproductive Secrets

Fresh Perspectives Brings Guest Producer Melanie Emig Into the Mix

The Importance of Voting Is in the Spotlight at Midtown Event

Creative Mornings Speaker Offers Investing Secrets

Artist Pamela Dodds Returns to Cleveland with New Paintings

Akron Soul Train Open Mic Features Damien McClendon

North Coast Men’s Chorus Carnival-Style Fundraiser Fuels Outreach 

Crowdpleasing Akron Symphony Concert Features Beethoven & Mozart

Leo’s Casino Revisited at Cleveland History Center

Brite Winter 11 Brings Outdoor (and Indoor) Art & Music to the Flats

Celebrate an Early Mardi Gras in the Flats

EDWINS Butcher Shop Offers Winter Cooking Class

Kurentovanje Is Bigger Than Ever in Year 8

Sing, Play, Dance or Just Listen at Lake Erie Folk Fest

Help Homeless Ferrets at North Olmsted Benefit

Eat Lots of Chili to Support Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus

New Film Reveals Sad Story of Rolling Stone Brian Jones

Cleveland Orchestra Plays “The First Psychedelic Symphony in History”

Music by Student With Broadway Dreams Performed at Baldwin Wallace