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Valley Art Center Hosts Poets and Opens Re-Imagined Fine Arts Shop

No Exit New Music Presents World Premieres & Early Avant-Garde Music

Talespinner Children’s Theatre Show Reflects the Small Wonders of Childhood

Apollo’s Fire Rolls Out the Hallelujahs with Handel’s “Messiah”

Ballet Theatre of Ohio Presents Its 30th Year of “The Nutcracker” at Akron Civic Theatre

Canton Museum of Art Opens Four New Shows

Star Wars Burlesque: Attack of the Tease Is a Nerd’s Delight at the Beachland

Author of Book on Groundbreaking Jazz Musician Albert Ayler Talks at Visible Voice Books

Enjoy a Tongue-in-Cheek “Nutty Nutcracker” at the Akron Civic Theatre

Cleveland Photo Fest Features an Evening of Edgy Music and Noise

Cleveland Museum of Art’s Holiday MIX Party Gets Funky

Retrospective Show Looks at Work by Painter Randall Tiedman Ten Years After His Death

Desert-Inspired Monoprints Go on View at Deep Dive Art Projects

Woman-Led Cleveland Global Music Ensemble Performs at Root Cafe

Grog Shop Hosts Benefit for Beloved Employee/Local Musician John Kalman

Global Music Percussionist Jamey Haddad Does Two Nights at the BOP STOP

Blazing River Freedom Band Performs Holiday Concert in Lakewood

Fingers Fly As Woodchoppers Ball Returns to the Kent Stage

Cleveland Bazaar Hosts Its Annual Holiday Market at Lake Affect Studios

Praxis Fiber Workshop Hosts First Live Benefit Since Before Covid

Akron Artist Presents “Micro-Theater” Pieces at Summit Artspace

Downtown Lakewood Lights Up with Holiday Celebration

Explore Little Italy During Its Holiday Art Walk

Come Pose With Drag Santa at Fear’s Confections in Lakewood

Come to a Christkindl Market Inside a Huron Greenhouse

Holiday Circlefest Is Back at Wade Oval

Artcraft Artists Have Moved to a New Space to Host Their 34th Annual Holiday Show

Les Delices Chamber Ensemble Offers Bach Cantatas for Advent

City Club Forum Looks at What “Success” Means to a City Like Cleveland