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Vanity Crash Lands in Chester Township Park

CPT’s Dark Room Open Mic Is Back Live

Vanity Crash Lands in Chester Township Park

Learn How Beach Cleanups Provide Info for Plastic Pollution Research

Shaker Arts Council Puts Out Call for Artists to Beautify Storefronts

Common Ground Conversations Return for the Fifth Year

BorderLight Festival Offers a Feast of Virtual Theater Experiences — and a Few Live

Find Out “Whodunit” on a Summit Metro Parks Self-Guided Walk

Beck Center Announces Live Summer Theater Production

Piano Cleveland Announces Format Changes to Its International Competition

Photographer Stephen Bivens’ Legacy Recalled in Two-Venue Exhibit

Two-Artist Kent Exhibit Features Pop Culture-Inspired Work

THEATER REVIEW: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” @ Ohio Shakespeare Festival by Lisa DeBenedictis

Prama Artspace Show Looks at Last Year’s BLM Protests

Akron Art Museum Looks to Its Permanent Collection for New Exhibit

Maltz Museum Opens Exhibit on Late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Art Supplies Sought for Youth in Juvenile Detention Center

Photographers Invited to Submit Work for Ohio Fashion Week Extravaganza

Cleveland Zoo’s Asian Lantern Festival Returns to Light Up the Night

New Transformer Station Show Revisits Black History

Local Painter Eileen Dorsey Forges New Directions in Cain Park Show

Akron Art Museum Opens Two New Shows Reflecting on the ’80s

Virtual Reality Show Offers New Way of Looking at History of Cleveland Neighborhoods

Next day 06/26

CPT’s Teen STEP Program Tours New Show Around the City

Mercury Summer Theater Offers Old-Fashioned Musical with a British Setting

CPT’s Dark Room Open Mic Is Back Live

Cleveland’s Anne E. DeChant Is Back in Town From Nashville to Play at Cain Park

Numbers Band Closes Akron’s Downtown@Dusk Series

WRHS History on Tap Program Remembers Euclid Beach Park

Meg Stepka Hosts Beachland Songwriters Showcase

Two Poets Do Open-Air Reading in Coventry Village

Cleveland Shops Hosts Gathering for Independent Store Owners

Shaker Arts Council Puts Out Call for Artists to Beautify Storefronts

Common Ground Conversations Return for the Fifth Year

BorderLight Festival Offers a Feast of Virtual Theater Experiences — and a Few Live

Find Out “Whodunit” on a Summit Metro Parks Self-Guided Walk

Beck Center Announces Live Summer Theater Production

Piano Cleveland Announces Format Changes to Its International Competition

Photographer Stephen Bivens’ Legacy Recalled in Two-Venue Exhibit

Two-Artist Kent Exhibit Features Pop Culture-Inspired Work

THEATER REVIEW: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” @ Ohio Shakespeare Festival by Lisa DeBenedictis

Ohio Shakespeare Festival Returns to Stan Hywet with “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Prama Artspace Show Looks at Last Year’s BLM Protests

Akron Art Museum Looks to Its Permanent Collection for New Exhibit

Maltz Museum Opens Exhibit on Late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Art Supplies Sought for Youth in Juvenile Detention Center

Photographers Invited to Submit Work for Ohio Fashion Week Extravaganza

Cleveland Zoo’s Asian Lantern Festival Returns to Light Up the Night

New Transformer Station Show Revisits Black History

Local Painter Eileen Dorsey Forges New Directions in Cain Park Show

Akron Art Museum Opens Two New Shows Reflecting on the ’80s

Virtual Reality Show Offers New Way of Looking at History of Cleveland Neighborhoods

Later that week 06/25-07/02

CPT’s Teen STEP Program Tours New Show Around the City

Mercury Summer Theater Offers Old-Fashioned Musical with a British Setting

Wade Oval Offers “Welcome Back Wednesdays” in August

Cleveland Shakespeare Festival Is Back Live with “Romeo and Juliet”

CPT’s Dark Room Open Mic Is Back Live

Downtown Kent Sidewalk Cinema Screens Dystopian French Animation Film

Versatile Kent Musician David Mayfield Will Be “Alive & Alone” at Riverdog Retreat

Tickets for October 30 Rock Hall Induction Go on Sale This Week

Writers Respond to Photos at Mac’s Backs Ekphrastic Poetry Reading

City Club Forum Explores Improving Lakefront Access

Radio on the Lake Theatre Presents a Sci-Fi Double Bill

Westlake Honors Local Artist on “Eileen Dorsey Day”

Inlet Dance Theatre Celebrates 20th Season at Cain Park

Morgan Conservatory Group Show Features Multigenerational Artists

Red-Hot Youngstown Rockers The Vindys Release a New Album

Street Dance Festival & Competition Comes to Public Square

This Week It’s Beethoven Night at Blossom with the Cleveland Orchestra

Check Out Vintage Cars & Engines at Frostville Museum’s Classic Car Cruise-In

Akron Symphony Offers Free Outdoor Program of Americana and More

Fairport Harbor Lighthouse Concert Marks Jerry Garcia’s Birthday

The Singing Angels Do Their Annual Cain Park Performance

Author Talks About the Battle to Ban Environmentally Toxic Coolant

“Southern Gothic Songster” Amethyst Kiah Performs at Cain Park