"All The Art That's Fit To Print"
The photo looks like the alt-Americana version of Bob and Doug McKenzie.
There are no garbage cans in Waiting for Godot. I believe you may be thinking of Endgame.
You need to be schooled in history. Nothing Ms. Howey says is untrue. Just because you think her review is politically biased (based on one sentence), you're calling for her dismissal. This illustrates how intolerant you and your ilk are. In case you haven't noticed, The Scene (and other papers like it around the country) have always celebrated those those left of center. Or, did you miss that obvious point as well?
"The entire review reads like your petty attempt to state your political views." Dramatic, much?
In short, Ms. Howey isn't writing to appease YOU. Pipe down.
And another thing, sister, when you earn the right to present your views on what's happening in the Cleveland Arts Scene, you can earn a job at The Scene. Do you think that anyone on the staff is paid so handsomely that they're using it as a platform to push a political agenda? I just looked up your profile. If ANYONE is pushing a political agenda, it's YOU with your self-appointed "titles." Put that in your tea-bagging pipe and smoke it.
A true professional reviewer sticks to the performances without the mention of politics. However, if you are going to venture into the political arena, get your facts straight!
The entire review reads like your petty attempt to state your political views. The new management at Scene should reconsider your position!
Saw it last Saturday...first time I've ever left a show at intermission.
That's a very, um, interesting picture.
I'm somewhat surprised that the article doesn't mention what seems like a probable influence, Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould from 1993.
SWEENEY TODD was rehearsed and opened in Boise before RICHARD III, so I can't imagine how it was a planned inside joke.
Northeast Ohio 'Branded' as the Home of the Environmental Art(s) Movement....
In a historic re-unification if the Greater Cleveland Community, as part of the Iceality Silver Revelation, North East Ohio Area has been 'branded' as the Home of the Environmental Art(s) Movement by the International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) as a 'Cultural Industry', to foster civic identity, cultivate tourism, and brand Ohio Environmental Arts and Culture District in the Bioregion.
Absolutely idiotic location choice. That warehouse is old, ugly, poorly-lit and LEAKING WATER, IDIOTS! Terrible, terrible place to have it.
Awesome! I love that the neighborhood I grew up in in being revived and recognized for it's art scene! Collinwood Railroaders baby!
Northeast Ohio 'Branded' as the Home of the Environmental Art(s) Movement ---
Similar to a Cultural District, North East Ohio Area has been 'branded' as the Home of the Environmental Art(s) Movement by the International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) as a 'Cultural Industry' to foster civic identity, cultivate tourism, and brand Ohio Environmental Arts and Culture in the Bioregion.
The International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) was founded by David and Renate Jakupca in 1987 to meet the compelling needs of ordinary citizens for access to current, balanced, understandable information about complex global issues.When you look around you can see ICEA has been an overwhelming success.
Stolen Bike thing was a BS scam too, anything for publicity, I take this personnel as the supposed unidentified man who came in off the street was a black man stealing the bike and I happen to be of that skin color as well. And a reward of 500 business cards? PLEASE! THATS A $29 REWARD!
"turned in their files for an order of promotional materials late on a Friday afternoon. The literature needed to be delivered by Monday. Hotcards stayed up all night printing, and then drove the shipment to the client's 33 locations throughout Michigan"
Ya, all total Lies! Hotcards doesnt have their own printing press, and the client ordered on Monday but Gadd screwed up as usual ! LOL
This was a well-written, insightful review; however, a mention of the other three artists whose work was on display along with that of Douglas Max Utter would have been helpful to the art lovers of the Cleveland area.
Wow, this is an awesome story. Once again the "greatest generation" title is proved.
Why wouldn't you just Google The Pixel Painter, much easier.
Excellent writing, Joe!
RE: Ohio VIP's invited to Windsor, Canada for [OHIO] Peace Sculpture Dedication
Good Morning Ambassadors David and Renate,
Thanks again for the email yesterday. We are looking forward to seeing this Gift of Peace in our City from the Worlds Children Peace Monument for the 2013 International Children's Games. We will be in touch shortly with the details regarding the installation of the sculpture.
We would welcome a visit of any or all Ohio dignitaries to Windsor. Would it be possible to have them send an official letter of interest to our CAO’s office or the Mayor’s office expressing their interest in the Peace Stone? Arrangements for their visit would be made from their offices. I have included the mail and email information below.
Phone: 519) 255-6315
Fax: (519) 255-7796
350 City Hall Square West
P.O. Box 1607
Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)
Phone: (519) 255-6100 Ext. 6439
Fax: (519) 255-1861
350 City Hall Square West
Room 201 - City Hall
P.O. Box 1607
Canada N9A 6S1
Manager of Cultural Affairs, • Recreation and Culture • City of Windsor
December 7-13, 2016
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