I host the monthly Monday at Mahall's Poetry and Prose Series in Lakewood. This month (same date as the Armitage reading at JCU) we featured Begin Anywhere author (and interim director of the Cleveland State University Poetry Center) Frank Giampietro, followed by an open mic. Who do I need to contact to get our future events into Scene?
This show was incredible. It made me so very happy to see this kind of world-class rock show come from Local-and-Proud musicians! I danced all night and enjoyed the all-ages crowd full of the best of Cleveland. Easily the best $10 you could spend on entertainment this month. Go see Welshly Arms!
Where is the concert?
Distant Signals is a great band and a tremendous Rush band. terrific show
“Bridgegate” was dismissed and an empty media ploy to begin with - Watergate caused a resignation.
We're excited to offer Cleveland a place for TONS of open videogaming. We take requests for tournaments and casual games! Come out, you'll have a great time with history's and today's most fun videogames!
Mario Kart, Tetris, Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, Tecmo Super Bowl, NBA Jam, Halo, Goldeneye -- you name it, we'll run it, and you'll get some great games in.
Check out GDLent.com/calendar for other area videogame events, too!
you guys got the title wrong. it's "To The Wonder" not "A Real Wonder".
I haven't gone since 1988, would love to go and I would bring my wife and best friend in the whole wide world! Please pick me!!!!
I would like to see the unveiling of my friends Black and Silver 1959 Corvette Roadster. He has been restoring it for the last 10 years, and I believe it will be the best in show. I also would like a taste of hot rods and Corvette Summer! :)
I would like to be able to give my father and grandfather the opportunity to hang out outside of fixing things around the house or being at the hospital for my grandmother the past two months.
I was at the last event "Bounce & Get Low", and it was a blast! There isn't anywhere in Cleveland/west side that regularly spins this type of music without having to go to W6th, and that's not anyone's Scene who listens to this type of music.
Jae, the main DJ, plays great music, but is also a really charismatic and hilarious MC, so he makes you want to be part of the party, instead of just sitting back and watching. I really hope they can get a weekly going, but for now, we'll have to pay attention to when and where his next event is going to be!
This gives new meaning to the phrase "getting tanked"!
Awesome place for a show and an awesome band to fill it with great music. I just saw them there last night (Feb 22, 2014) and am looking forward to their return.
Had a blast last year and it's a great cause.
To clarify, our Chillwave pre-release party took place on Monday. Chillwave Double IPA went on tap today at 11:30 AM. Bottles will go on sale in our Gift Shop tomorrow at 5PM.
Dave was a good person, I was lucky enough to be able to ride to the gigs with him the last few years of his life. I miss him & all the new sharptones. Jim.
The Verve Chamber Players gave a rousing performance of Turina/Shostakovich/Brahms selections on Monday evening at the West Shore Unitarian Universalist auditorium.
Their playing was both impassioned and precise. Cellist Keith Robinson was especially passionate in his playing of the Brahms, and first violin Amy Lee's brilliant playing in both the Shostakovich String Quartet #7 and the Brahms quintet was a warming treat on that cold winter evening.
Kathy Meng Robinson's playing shone brightly in the Turina Piano Quartet in a.
All three selections served the chilled audience well by palpably increasing the ambient temperature through Verve's wonderful and lively playing. But the Shostakovich was especially a pleasant surprise. The players ably interpreted this witty quartet and lucidly and sympathetically displayed it's structure for the clear understanding of all present.
The Brahms was magnificent! This is my first time seeing it played live, and the fulfillment of a longtime aspiration. I was in no way disappointed!
Thank you, Verve Players!
Really fun night! We went in for a craft beer and left with a new favorite Tuesday night spot. Bill Squire from MMS was there the night we went and some other comics who I did not know but were hilarious. Glad there is something like this in DTW!
The company does a solid job in building storylines with local talent, while bringing in "journeymen" pros like Tracy Smothers who have performed in national companies - and are regulars on the independent circuit.
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