CLE Creates Brings Treasure Trove of Holiday Shopping Opportunities

CLE Creates Brings Treasure Trove of Holiday Shopping Opportunities

For more than a decade, Northeast Ohio's artists, crafters and makers of all kinds have been at the forefront of the independent, DIY or "shop local" movements sweeping across the country and internet. In typical Cleveland style, these events are choosing to cooperate instead of compete with each other.

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Coventry Village To Host Two Special Holiday Events

After an active summer hosting special events, the Coventry Village Special Improvement District has announced two special holiday events that will happen next month. The...

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Holiday Theater Preview 2016 (Or, How to Have Fun on the Brink of the Apocalypse)

Now that we've dispensed with Thanksgiving Day and all the things for which we're thankful (now that we're living in Trumpworld, it didn't take that...

Theater

MIX Will Usher in New Century for CMA — and Weekend of Holiday Arts

This month’s MIX at the Cleveland Museum of Art is a special one, as the museum begins to look forward to its second century. As...

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Opera Circle Cleveland's Free Performances and Four More Classical Music Events To Hit This Week

Here are five post-Thanksgiving, pre-Christmas events we can highly recommend during the next seven days. Two of them feature multiple performances around metropolitan Cleveland....

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Genghis Con Connects Comic Fans with Indie Artists and Writers

From mainstream icons like Joe Siegel and Joe Shuster (Superman), Marvel's Brian Michael Bendis, and Bill Waterson (Calvin and Hobbes) to independent legends like Derf,...

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Get a Good Sense of the Philosopher and Man in 'The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail' at Ensemble Theatre

"I wouldn't mind your being peculiar. But do you have to work at it so hard?" When Henry David Thoreau's mother says that to him,...

Theater

'The Nutcracker' and Five More Classical Music Events to Hit This Thanksgiving Weekend

Once the food coma passes, here are some post-Thanksgiving Day events to enjoy, some of them raising the curtain on the Christmas season. Two interesting...

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Author Margot Lee Shetterly to Deliver Keynote at Case’s Martin Luther King Jr. Convocation

The story of a group of African-American women mathematicians who worked behind the scenes in relative obscurity for what is now NASA, Hidden Figures: The...

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Local Comic Shop Day Ushers In Holiday Shopping Frenzy

The holiday season has become a busy time of year for local comic shops, fans and collectors thanks to several events, including Local Comic Shop...

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Arabella Proffer Blends Science with Art in New Wxhibition at Hedge Gallery

For more than a decade, Cleveland-based painter Arabella Proffer has been known for her stunning and surreal figurative painting. However, her new exhibition at Hedge...

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Anchored by Great Acting, 'Annapurna' Lacks Something More at None Too Fragile Theater

Is climbing a mountain, even one as daunting as the one mentioned in the title of this show, a good metaphor for a relationship between...

Theater

Spectacle, Formerly 'Artscape' at MOCA, Promises Excellent Holiday Shopping

This year, MOCA hosts its 12th annual holiday artisan market, featuring original work from local, regional and national artists, as well as innovators in design....

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Graffiti HeArt Scholarship Fundraiser Set for CLE Urban Winery

Each year, local non-profit Graffiti HeArt awards scholarships for the Cleveland Institute of Art’s Pre-College program to local high school students. You can support the...

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CIA Students Host Art Show to Help Fund NYC Trip

Each year, students at the Cleveland Institute of Art take an extracurricular spring break trip to New York City. The annual trip has been...

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'Dexter' Cast Will Join Wizard World in Cleveland Next Spring

Although fans will have to wait a little longer for next year’s Wizard World Cleveland event (March 17 to 19), fans of the Emmy nominated...

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Comedian Katt Williams to Perform at Wolstein Center in March

At one point, critics said comic Katt Williams might just become the next Dave Chappelle. While that didn’t quite happen, Williams is still hugely popular....

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A Worthy Examination of Race in the Workplace Crawls to a Finish in 'Rasheeda Speaking' at Karamu House

Right off the bat, there’s a lot to like about any play set in a workplace. These are environments all of us are familiar...

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Comedian Brian Regan Reflects on His Remarkable Career

Veteran comic Brian Regan originally set out to become an accountant. But when that didn't work out, he shifted into comedy. Years later, comedians around...

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Celebrate 20 Years of the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve with Exciting Exhibition

Twenty years ago, nine artists established what is now known as the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve (AAWR). Along with founder David E. Davis,...

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The Author of 'Peter Pan' Is at the Center of the Spectacular Yet Banal 'Finding Neverland' at Playhouse Square

We all seem to be continually and obsessively interested in the story of Peter Pan, that little boy who just won't grow up. And perhaps...

Theater

Cleveland POPS Does James Bond and Five More Classical Events to Hit This Week

Here’s a mixed bag of classical music events to explore this week: operas, quasi-operas, chamber music, transcriptions, and music for agent 007. Beginning on...

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