this is going to crush Kent!
This is the kind of thing that makes Cleveland Great. I have been saying for years that Cleveland will be the turnaround city of the century but like the legendary frog on the hotplate, no one is really noticing the paved streets, the new schools and the new look to Edgewater park etcetera. But if you look this year Cleveland has fallen off of many list it used to dominate such as highest crime, lowest jobs, lowest housing cost, highest unhappy population on and on. The city is here, now doing great things which also coincide with hopeful sports teams. These events are great things Mr.Jackson but I ask you to start investing in your Police and fire departments. We all know you despise the cost of these divisions but any MBA knows there is efficiency and than there is cutting to the bone. People are dying every day because you have cut the safety forces. When is enough enough?
Music was great by both Keb Mo and G Love, but it had to be the shortest concert I ever saw! Keb Mo came on first with a nice, but very short set. G Love was up next and had a lot of people dancing. But again it was a super short set. No encores.The whole show for the two groups,(Including the break time between acts for set changes) was about an hour and a half. Really expected more for the $45 a ticket we spent I guess.
Most people left grumbling after the show, though a small crowd gathered by the box office complaining. The Rocksino finally offered free tickets to any upcoming show that wasn't sold out.
The show is actually called "Toy Box Cleveland" and starts at 6pm not 2pm. Thanks!
Toooo many people, not enough food trucks--had to wait a half hour to order and an hour to pick up the food. The bad was way too loud, and there weren't enough places to sit. Lines for the inflatables irritated kids, and there was no where for parents to sit while the kids waited in line and bounced. Definitely not going back next time. We were hot, exhausted, starving , and cranky when we got home, and I imagine there were hundreds in the same boat.
Rory Block was outstanding and John Hammond was a pleasant surprise. Great old venue!
Hey Cleveland! Hope to see you at our premiere at the Cedar Lee Theater on Wednesday, 7/23 at 7:30! (that means you, too, Lebron!) We promise that you've never seen a movie about pickup bball quite like this. The men in this documentary will surprise and inspire you, and leave you with a new understanding and appreciation for the unsung heroes in our urban communities (BTW, there's absolutely no violence in the film...).
The Ballin' at the Graveyard Crew
Fabulous show. Savant level creativity. Can't wait till they come back!
awesome place! really fun people
Really good time. Not a young crowd. It's for those that just want to enjoy good company, and dance salsa. July 5th is the next one!
It's not every Friday. It's every Thursday. The last event is Thursday 6/19.
Beautiful place for Roquelin's beautiful music!
Canceled till October 2014
This event is actually running Noon - midnight Friday, 10am-1am Saturday, and 10am - 3:00 on Sunday.
Huh? Ken Pucci left the band in 1990. In fact they didn't even call themselves Fu Manchu when Ken was in the band, but rather, Virulence. Scott Hill has handled lead vocals and guitars ever since their second vocalist, Glenn Chivens, also left the band in 1990.
I can't wait to see these! I heard about them on 106.5 the lake!~
Saw the 10:00 show Saturday night. It was excellent. Cavett is still funny intelligent humerous and more. It was nice having exerpts of the show on screen along with cavetts anecdotes. Although being packed in like sardines the crowd gave him a warm reception the only thing I missed was cavett didn't stay around to sign his books. After all it was past midnight and past my bedtime as well. Kudos to nigh town for a great evening
Never been! Heard it's a great time! The weather is perfect today for it! Gonna go?
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