Free Comic Book Day Finds an Exciting Annual Home at Carol and John's

Free Comic Book Day Finds an Exciting Annual Home at Carol and John's

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It's a big weekend for comic book fans. Not only does Avengers 2: Age of Ultron debut in theaters on Friday, but comic book shops around the country are celebrating Free Comic Book Day (FCBD) on Saturday, May 2.

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Five Classical Music Events to Check Out This Week

The Collegium Musicum Oberliniense, an Oberlin College-wide chorus that sings masterworks of (mostly) Renaissance music under the direction of Steven Plank, repeats last weekend’s on-campus...

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Review: War Puzzles in 'Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo' From Ensemble Theatre

So, exactly how does one whack off with a prosthetic hand? This is certainly not one of the more profound questions raised by this complex...

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A Froth of Theatrical Meringue in 'Superior Donuts' at Dobama Theatre: Review

There’s a simple reason why most of us Americans are overweight. We love sugar, fat and salt, and when we get enough of those staples...

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Review: Cleveland Women’s Orchestra's 80th Anniversary Concert at Severance Hall

By Daniel Hathaway Violinist Michael Ferri, who played the Bruch concerto with the Cleveland Women’s Orchestra in 2012, returned to help celebrate the 80th anniversary...

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Review: No Exit at Drinko Hall at Cleveland State University

By Daniel Hathaway No Exit’s third performance of its 2015 spring program on Monday, April 20 at Cleveland State University’s Drinko Recital Hall included a...

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One of the Last Exhibitions at Current William Busta Gallery Opens This Weekend

From 6 to 9 p.m., this Friday, May 1, William Busta Gallery presents an opening reception for its latest exhibitions of Stephen Yusko’s sculptures, photo-based...

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Preview: A Conversation With Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra Cellist Henry Shapard

By Mike Telin “It’s more that the piece came my way rather than me actively looking for it,” cellist Henry Shapard said during a telephone...

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Barbara Stanford's Work Will Be on Public Display for the First Time at Her Solo Exhibition at the Maria Neil Art Project

From 5 to 10 p.m. this Friday, May 1, the Maria Neil Art Project debuts the first solo exhibition by Barbara Stanford, as part of...

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A Chat With Cleveland Orchestra Guest Pianist Marc-André Hamelin

By Mike Telin It’s all about “the Father of the Symphony” this week at Severance Hall when British conductor Matthew Halls leads The Cleveland Orchestra...

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Two New State-of-the-Art Ceramics Studios Open on Cleveland's East and West Sides

As schools like Cleveland State University close their ceramics programs, access to crucial tools and resources is becoming scarce. Thankfully that’s all about to change....

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Intestinal Upset Is Just One of the Problems in God of Carnage

Where the puke hits the fan
If you like a play that doesn't beat around the bush getting to the conflict at hand, then you're bound to appreciate God of Carnage,...

Theater

Waterloo Arts Hosts Two Films on Trans Women of Color This Friday

In conjunction with their I AM: A Trans Art Exhibition, Waterloo Arts is hosting a special film screening at 6:30 p.m. this Friday, May...

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Five Classical Music Events You Shouldn't Miss This Week

The Cleveland Orchestra showcases music by Joseph Haydn this weekend, a celebrated composer who spent most of his career working for the Esterházy family outside...

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Cleveland Play House Earns 2015 Regional Theater Tony Award

Cleveland Play House snagged a prestigious honor last week as well as a $25,000 grant when it was named a 2015 Regional Theater Tony Award recipient...

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Serial's Sarah Koenig, Other Literary Heavy-Hitters, To Speak in Cleveland for County Library Writer Series

Serial fans, rejoice: On September 24, podcast co-creators Sarah Koenig and Julie Snyder will kick off the Cuyahoga County Library's 2015-2016 William N. Skirball Writers...

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Review: Gruca White Ensemble at Bop Stop

by Jane Berkner The Gruca White Ensemble must have a special connection to the number 100. Their formation as a flute and guitar duo dates...

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Les Délices to Feature Gambists in “The Angel and the Devil”

By Mike Telin This week Les Délices, Cleveland’s French baroque music specialists, will present “The Angel and the Devil.” The program showcases music by the...

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A Geometric Pairing at 1point618's Latest Exhibition This Weekend

At 7 p.m. this Friday, Apr. 24, Gordon Square’s 1point618 hosts an opening reception for its latest exhibitions of paintings by local art veterans John...

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Review: Baldwin Wallace Bach Festival Opening Concert

by Timothy Robson A new era began this weekend for the revered Baldwin Wallace Bach Festival, now in its 83rd season, with a new artistic...

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Review: Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble Ends CMA Season With Ligeti Works

By Daniel Hathaway Born in Romania, displaced by the Nazis, educated in Hungary, and finally settling first in Vienna then in Germany after the 1956...

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A Conversation With Cleveland Women’s Orchestra Guest Violinist Michael Ferri

By Daniel Hathaway Three years after his first solo appearance with the Cleveland Women’s Orchestra, violinist Michael Ferri will return to Severance Hall to help...

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