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Sebastian Maniscalco

Sat., Jan. 26

Sebastian Maniscalco puts a second-generation twist on everything he talks about, and it's pretty funny. He observes how 50 years ago, his Italian mom would save a cake "just for visitors" and leave the crap muffins for the family to eat. Nowadays, his mother cusses and pulls out a sword every time the doorbell rings. You won't ever catch this guy playing basketball because Italians "don't play sports" in America. Give him a meatball sandwich instead, and he'll paint your whole ceiling. You'll feel right at home if you happen to come from an Italian family; but even if you don't, this guy's observations are hilariously spot-on. He performs tonight at 7 and 9 at Connor Palace in Playhouse Square, where he also performs tomorrow night at 5 and 8 p.m. Tickets are $46 to $68. (Liz Trenholme)

Connor Palace (map)
1615 Euclid Ave.
Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District
phone 216-241-6000

Following the Crumbs

Sun., Jan. 27

An American cartoonist and musician, R. Crumb displays a nostalgia for American folk culture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries in his artwork and music. He also effectively satirizes contemporary American culture. His band Robert Crumb and the Cheap Suit Serenades released three albums on the Blue Goose record label. The albums draw from pre-war acoustic blues, rags and old time classics. Crumb is truly an American original. Today, Roots of American Music (ROAM) will honor the man with Following the Crumbs, a special tribute concert that takes place at 5 p.m. at the 78th Street Studios. Crumb’s early career began at American Greetings, which was located in what is now the 78th Street Studios. The performance will feature stories and pre-war acoustic music. Singer-songwriter Tim Easton (pictured) will headline, and opening acts include locals such as the SpYder Stompers, Sugar Pie and Brent Kirby. Following the Crumbs is part of ROAM’s program called The Ohio Heritage Music Project, whose mission is to “re-imagine music production in order to document, preserve and build awareness of regional music.” As part of the event, Easton will record earlier in the day at the locally based Earnest Tube using direct-to-lacquer technology. Admission to the event is free. (Niesel)

Time Remembered

Sun., Jan. 27

Tonight at 6, the Bop Stop pays tribute to jazz great Bill Evans with a screening of the documentary film Time Remembered. The movie covers the artist's entire life and chronicles the time he spent playing with Miles Davis. Following the screening, the David Thompson Trio will perform music composed by Evans. Tickets cost $15. (Niesel)

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

More Art Upstairs

Sun., Jan. 27

An unusual international art competition, ArtPrize takes place every fall in Grand Rapids. More Art Upstairs, a new documentary from Jody Hassett Sanchez, focuses on the way the festival essentially takes the town over and draws audience members from all over the country. It makes its local debut today at 1:30 p.m. at the Cleveland Museum of Art, where it screens again at 1:45 p.m. on Tuesday. Tickets are $10, or $7 for CMA members. (Niesel)

Tri-C High School Rock Off

Sat., Jan. 19, Sat., Jan. 26, Sat., Feb. 2 and Sat., Feb. 16

When the annual High School Rock Off launched some 20 years ago at the Odeon, the promoters at the locally based Belkin Productions (now Live Nation) saw it as a way to reach out to area high schools and provide the kind of outlet that students might not have. Two decades later, the event, now held at the Rock Hall, continues to thrive. Thirty-six bands will participate in this year’s competition. A total of 147 band members, including six solo artists, will represent 64 schools Three performance rounds will take place at the Rock Hall, leading up to the Final Exam that takes place on Saturday, Feb. 16 when the 2019 Best Band in the Land will be awarded by music and entertainment industry judges. Prizes include three scholarships to study in the Creative Arts program at Cuyahoga Community College. PNC Bank will help high school seniors launch their careers in music by providing the scholarships. Tonight's competition takes place at 6, and tickets are $10. (Niesel)

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (map)
1100 Rock and Roll Blvd.
Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District
phone 216-515-8444
Tri-C High School Rock Off

Harpeth Rising

Sat., Jan. 19, Sat., Jan. 26, Fri., Feb. 8, Sat., Feb. 23, Fri., March 8, Thu., March 14 and Sat., March 23

Harpeth Rising, a group featuring three classically trained musicians uses three-part vocal harmonies reminiscent of both Appalachia and Medieval Europe. The group uses cello, violin and banjo and draws from Newgrass, rock and classical. The three musicians have degrees from respected institutions like Indiana University, Oberlin and Eastman School of Music. Part of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park Concert Series, tonight's concert starts at 8 at the Happy Days Lodge. Consult the Cuyahoga Valley National Park website for ticket prices. (Niesel)

Happy Days Lodge (map)
500 West Streetsboro Rd.
Southern Suburbs
phone 330-657-2909
info@forcvnp.org
Harpeth Rising

The Wizard of Oz

Sun., Jan. 27 and Wed., Jan. 30

Fathom Events kicks off its 2019 TCM Big Screen Classics series today with special screenings of The Wizard of Oz in honor of the movie’s 80th anniversary. The classic film will play on nearly 700 movie screens nationwide. Screenings of the film, which stars Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, Jack Haley, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, Margaret Hamilton and Billie Burke, will take place at area theaters today, Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 30. Consult the Fathom Events website for times and ticket prices. (Niesel)

The Wizard of Oz

North Union Indoor Farmers Market

Saturdays. Continues through March 30

Until March 30, the North Union Indoor Farmers Market will take place on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon at Crocker Park. Local farmers and bakers will be on hand to sell seasonal greens and vegetables, fruits, meats, cheeses and bakery items. The market is located at 228 Market Street between the Gap and Cyclebar. Though Crocker Park is home to just about every national retail chain you think of, Comet Alley, which is located between Yard House and Hyatt Place Hotel, features locally owned businesses and shops that'll appeal to anyone with a "shop local" approach. (Niesel)

Crocker Park (map)
189 Crocker Park Blvd.
Western Suburbs North Union Indoor Farmers Market

Beer & Wine Tasting with Jackie O's Brewery

Fri., Jan. 25, 6-8 p.m.
phone 216-221-1119
wines@rozis.com

Friday, January 25th 6-8pm COST: $25 Since it went so well the last THREE January's, we figured we would bring the boys & girls from Jackie O's back once again!! Join Rozi's - Friday, January 25th from 6-8pm for a Wine and Beer Tasting featuring Jackie O's Brewery. We will have 8 beers on draft and some other offerings from the can/bottle. We are bound to have a few goodies make their way up from Athens. We will also have 10-12 wines available to sample as well. Our chef will be on hand to pair food with the wine and 25.0000

https://www.facebook.com/events/362111387922768/
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Rozi's Wine House (map)
14900 Detroit Ave.
Western Suburbs
phone 216-221-1119

Places: IDENTITY

Fri., Jan. 25, 6-8 p.m.
phone 440-247-7507
marketing@valleyartcenter.org

On Friday, January 25, from 6-8 pm, Valley Art Center will host the opening reception for their newest juried art exhibition, Places: IDENTITY. The reception is free and open to the public. Free and open to the public

http://www.valleyartcenter.org/current.html
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Valley Art Center (map)
155 Bell St.
Eastern Suburbs
phone 440-247-7507

British Mod & Northern Soul Night

Fri., Jan. 25, 8 p.m.-2 a.m.
phone 216-521-4906
RESURRECTIONSOULCLUB@HOTMAIL.COM

Sometimes Music is the only thing that gets your mind of everything else. So join Resurrection Soul Club for a night were British DJS will be spinning Mod floor fillers from The Small Faces, The Kinks ,The Jam, The Who ,The Yardbirds, Spencer Davis Group,and Northern Soul Screamers From The Flirtations, Frank Wilson , Shirley Ellis , Gloria Jones,Edwin Starr and many more all night long . Free

5 O'Clock Lounge (map)
11904 Detroit Ave.
Western Suburbs
phone 216-521-4906

British Mod & Northern Soul Night

Fri., Jan. 25, 8 p.m.-2 a.m.
phone 216-521-4906
RESURRECTIONSOULCLUB@HOTMAIL.COM

Sometimes Music is the only thing that gets your mind of everything else. So join Resurrection Soul Club for a night were British DJS will be spinning Mod floor fillers from The Small Faces, The Kinks ,The Jam, The Who ,The Yardbirds, Spencer Davis Group,and Northern Soul Screamers From The Flirtations, Frank Wilson , Shirley Ellis , Gloria Jones,Edwin Starr and many more all night long . Free

5 O'Clock Lounge (map)
11904 Detroit Ave.
Western Suburbs
phone 216-521-4906
The Winchester (map)
12112 Madison Ave.
Western Suburbs
phone 216-600-5338

CIM: Sergei Babayan in Recital

Fri., Jan. 25, 8 p.m.
phone 216-795-3211

Faculty Recital in Mixon Hall Sergei Babayan, piano A program of mazurkas, waltzes, nocturnes and more by Frédéric Chopin Free seating passes required

https://www.cim.edu/concerts-events/faculty-recital-sergei-babayan-0
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