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Local Nonprofit Bookstore Presents Two Literary Events

Convergence-Continuum Show Looks at Race, Gender & the Art Scene

Karamu Stages August Wilson’s Chicago Drama “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”

Akron Art Museum After Work Offers Films, Tours & Pumpkin Decorating

The Musical Theatre Project’s Artistic Director Shares His Favorite Movie Musical

Ingenuity’s October Ignite! Night Features a Neighborhood Clean-Up and S’Mores

Sustainable Cleveland Summit Returns, Again Virtually

Akron Soul Train Installation Looks at Poverty Impacts & Resilience

Cleveland Jewish Film Fest Features 10 Days of Diverse Films

Beck Youth Theater Opens Season With “Little Shop of Horrors” Parody

Apollo’s Fire Brings Its Distinctive Take to Vivaldi

Praxis Show Features Artist Weaving Stories About Climate Change & Colonialism

THEATER REVIEW: “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” @ Karamu by Roy Berko

Take a Terrifying Walking Tour of Cleveland

Collect Milkweed Seedpods and Help Monarch Butterflies Survive

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

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

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

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

Beck Center Production Explores Death Penalty Injustices

Transformer Station Offers Sneak Preview of Next Year’s FRONT Triennial

Cleveland Museum of Art Opens Show of Work by French Artist Odilon Redon

Next day 10/14

Akron’s Millennial Theatre Project Presents “The Rocky Horror Show”

Convergence-Continuum Show Looks at Race, Gender & the Art Scene

Karamu Stages August Wilson’s Chicago Drama “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Brings Back Its Trick-or-Treat Fest

Burlesque Returns to Beachland With Fright Night Burlesque & Drag Revue

Akron Screening of “Rocky Horror Picture Show” Features Appearance from Cast Member

Akron Soul Train Installation Looks at Poverty Impacts & Resilience

Cleveland Jewish Film Fest Features 10 Days of Diverse Films

Beck Youth Theater Opens Season With “Little Shop of Horrors” Parody

Mass Hysteria Mini Fest Presents Weekend of Improv & Standup Comedy

Apollo’s Fire Brings Its Distinctive Take to Vivaldi

Praxis Show Features Artist Weaving Stories About Climate Change & Colonialism

THEATER REVIEW: “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” @ Karamu by Roy Berko

Take a Terrifying Walking Tour of Cleveland

Collect Milkweed Seedpods and Help Monarch Butterflies Survive

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

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

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

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

Beck Center Production Explores Death Penalty Injustices

Transformer Station Offers Sneak Preview of Next Year’s FRONT Triennial

Cleveland Museum of Art Opens Show of Work by French Artist Odilon Redon

Exhibit at Shaker Lakes Nature Center Features Art from Recycled Material

Later that week 10/13-10/20

Local Nonprofit Bookstore Presents Two Literary Events

Slow Roll Cleveland Season Ends With Two More Bike Rides

You Are Invited: Mansfield Frazier Memorial Service

Convergence-Continuum Show Looks at Race, Gender & the Art Scene

Karamu Stages August Wilson’s Chicago Drama “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”

You Are Invited: Mansfield Frazier Memorial Service

Rising Classical Guitar Star Returns to Perform Live in Shaker Heights

No Exit New Music Presents Sax Duo in an Evening of Music by Young Composers

Come to a Fall Festival at Chef’s Garden in Huron

Kids Can Learn to Fish at Rockefeller Park Lagoon

Pug Fest 2021 Brings Canine Fun Back to Akron No-Kill Shelter

LaSalle Theatre Launches Jazz/Gospel Brunches

Cleveland ’80s Underground Band Reassembles for Beachland Gig

Rock Hall Hosts Free Community Day to Celebrate Inductions

Experts Look at Genocide History in Maltz Museum Virtual Program

Meg Stepka Hosts Another Evening of Songwriters Sharing at the Beachland

Producer/Musician Peter Asher Shares the Story of His Career at the Grog Shop

Maltz Museum Opens New Show Devoted to Artifacts from Genocide Survivors

University Settlement Hosts Its Taste of Slavic Village Benefit

Local Writers Read Work Inspired by Art Museum’s Odilon Redon Show