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The Happiest Happy Hour in CLE

Mondays-Fridays, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Continues through March 31, 2022
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#HAPPYHOUR ALL DAY Monday-Wednesday from 11am-9pm & Thursday-Friday 3-6pm!!!! -1/2 OFF CRAFT COCKTAILS -1/2 OFF ALL Craft Beer Cans & ALL WINES -1/2 OFF ALL Medium Food Plates -$2 Domestic Cans -$2 OFF ALL Shot & Beer Combos -$4 1oz. Bourbon Pours -$5 World Famous "Build Your Own" Shaved Ice High Balls

2nd & High Social House (map)
2123 E. 2nd St.
Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District
phone 2166859464
Info@2ndandHighBar.com
The Happiest Happy Hour in CLE

Bob Hope: An American Treasure

Tuesdays-Saturdays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through June 30
phone x1502
education@wrhs.org

Bob Hope: An American Treasure tells the story of the Guinness Book’s “most honored” entertainer through a series of themed modules that celebrate his comedic contributions, achievements in entertainment, relationships with a number of U.S. Presidents and his other passion – golf. Cleveland History Center is housing 200 vintage photos, six videos and more than 150 items including his Congressional Gold Medal awarded by President John F. Kennedy, and his “Honorary Veteran Citation” from Congress, which he called the most important honor of his life, and more. This temporary exhibit is accessible with museum admission and is open to the Included in CHC admission (WRHS Members and Active Military – Free | Adults – $10.00 | Seniors – $9.00 | Veterans – $7.00 | Children (ages 3-12) – $5.00 | Children 2 and under – Free)

http://www.wrhs.org/events

A Book Release Party

Wed., May 24

Ken Schneck, PhD, is the host and producer of his This Show is So Gay podcast, as well as writer of a Huffington Post column and Associate Professor and the Director of the Leadership in Higher Education Program at Baldwin Wallace University, where he teaches courses on ethical leadership, anti-racism and how individuals and communities work together “to create a more engaged and just world.” More of an academic than an adventurer, Scheck found himself in several unusual situations, such as signing up for a 425-mie bike ride, visiting the deep backwoods of the Colorado Rocky Mountains and twice visiting rural Uganda. Chronicling these unexpected adventures, Scheck’s new book Seriously, What Am I Doing Here?: The Adventures of a Wondering and Wandering Gay Jew is being released this week by Cleveland-based 1984 Publishing. Be among the first to pick up a copy at the book’s official release party at Ohio City Libations from 6:30 to 9:30 tonight. The book is available in a variety of formats: hardcover, softcover, audiobook and e-book. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, including how to purchase the book, visit 1984publishing.com/store/. (Josh Usmani)

Cleveland Stories Dinner Parties

Wed., May 24

Cleveland Stories Dinner Party is a weekly series that pairs fine food with storytelling. Through it, the folks at the Music Box Supper Club hope to help raise awareness of the mission of the Western Reserve Historical Society's new Cleveland History Center. The goal of the Cleveland Stories Dinner Party is to "bring to life some of the fun, interesting stories about Cleveland's past — from sports, to rock 'n' roll, to Millionaires' Row," as it's put in a press release. Admission is free, with no cover charge, although a prix fixe dinner, designed to complement the night's theme, is $20. Doors open at 5 p.m., dinner is served at 6, and the storytelling starts at 7. Tonight, Dr. Ed Pershey, director of special projects at the Western Reserve Historical Society, will talk about Cleveland's auto manufacturing history. The menu includes the Peerless salad, the Wynton short rib and the Chandler chocolate sundae. (Jeff Niesel)

Drawing Lessons

Wed., May 24

Looking to brush up on your observational figure drawing skills? The Cleveland Institute of Art’s pay-as-you-go life drawing sessions return tonight from 7 to 9 in room 302. Attendees have the opportunity to draw a live model in a variety of poses, ranging from quick, gestural sketches to longer poses. Drawing boards and benches are provided, but attendees must bring their own drawing materials. Led by talented CIA alum and instructor Eddie Mitchell, the classes are limited to just 25 participants. Classes are open to the public, but serious artists only. Admission is $15 at the door, $10 with college ID and $5 for high school students (minors must bring parental permission form). (Usmani)

Cleveland Institute of Art (map)
11141 East Boulevard, Cleveland Ohio 44106
East Side/University Circle/Little Italy
phone 216.421.7000
Drawing Lessons

Indians vs. Cincinnati Reds

Wed., May 24

For the past several years, the Cleveland Indians have been the baseball team in Ohio. That trend will likely continue this year despite the fact that the Cincinnati Reds got off to a hot start. Tonight at 6:10, the two teams face off in an interleague matchup. The first 10,000 fans will receive an AL Championship Replica Trophy. Tickets start at $13, and the two teams will go at it again tomorrow night at 6:10. (Niesel)

Keep Quiet

Wed., May 24

Csanád Szeged, the anti-Semitic former vice-president of Hungary's Jobbik Party, is the subject of Keep Quiet, a documentary film directed by Sam Blair and Joseph Martin. The film chronicles his discovery that his maternal grandparents were Jewish. It makes its Cleveland premiere tonight at 7 at the Cleveland Museum of Art, where it screens again at 7 on Friday night. Tickets are $9, $7 for students, seniors and CMA members. (Niesel)

Vince Morris

Wed., May 24

Comedian Vince Morris has a demeanor that seems tame and gentle, but his quips have you still laughing later as you realize their deeper meanings. This guy talks about all sorts of things including Southern living, funny dialects and the way people relate to each other through language. Lots of this stuff isn’t your typical comedy, but the guy is downright funny. He appears at Hilarities at 8 tonight and tomorrow night, and tickets range from $18 to $23. (Liz Trenholme)

Murray Perahia Plays Beethoven

Wed., May 24

The New York Times has called Murray Perahia the “poet of the keyboard.” He appears tonight at 7:30 at Severance Hall to play Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4 with the Cleveland Orchestra. The concert will conclude with two landmark works of the 20th century. Guest speaker Cicilia Yudha, an assistant professor of piano at Youngstown State University, gives the pre-concert talk beginning an hour before the concert. Performances repeat at 8 tomorrow night and at 8 on Saturday night. Tickets start at $29. (Niesel)

Suicide Girls Blackheart Burlesque

Wed., May 24

There’s burlesque and then there’s the Suicide Girls. A group of “badass bombshells and geek goddesses,” the troupe takes the art form to another level. Consider, for example, their current Blackheart Burlesque Tour that they’ve re-launched after a six-year hiatus. Instructor/dancer Manwe Sauls-Addison, who’s worked with world famous performers such as Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez and Lady Gaga, did the choreography and picked seven of the troupe’s best dancers for the tour. The show parodies contemporary pop culture and makes fun of films/TV shows such as Star Wars, Orange is the New Black, Donnie Darko and Clockwork Orange. Tickets are $20 to $105. The show starts at 9 tonight at the Beachland Ballroom. (Niesel)

Walnut Wednesday

Wednesdays. Continues through Sept. 27

Walnut Wednesday is one of summer's great traditions. Today from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Perk Plaza at Chester Commons — at East 12th and Walnut streets — food trucks gather to serve up lunch to area residents and employees. Follow the Downtown Cleveland Alliance on Facebook for weekly updates on vendors, entertainment offerings and more. Admission is free, but the food will cost you. (Niesel) downtowncleveland.com.

Transgender Spotlight

Wed., May 24, 5:30-7 p.m.
contact@acluohio.org

Nothing better illustrates the issues facing transgender and gender-nonconforming Ohioans than the personal stories, experiences, and voices of transgender people themselves. We worked with an outstanding group of transgender Ohioans to put together five short videos: Transgender Spotlight. Come watch our miniseries and meet our story tellers. Contact our office at contact@acluohio.org or (216) 472-2220 with any questions. Please contact us to request ADA accommodations for any event. Free

https://action.aclu.org/secure/oh-transgender-spotlight-cleveland-2017-0524
Nighttown (map)
12387 Cedar Rd.
Eastern Suburbs
phone 216-795-0550

Meet Author Craig Johnson

Wed., May 24, 7-8:30 p.m.
phone 440-238-5530

Craig Johnson is the author of the New York Times bestselling Longmire series. In the latest novella, The Highwayman, Wyoming Sheriff Walt Longmire and longtime friend Henry Standing Bear embark on another adventure that pits them against a mysterious legend. Craig's award-winning books are also the basis for the hit Netflix original series, Longmire . Books will be available for purchase and signing courtesy of Mac's Backs – Books on Coventry. Free

Luca Mundaca

Wed., May 24, 7 p.m.

$12

Bop Stop (map)
2920 Detroit Ave.
Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District
phone 216-771-6551
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