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BB Blues Bird Retrospective

For the past 10 years, local cartoonists and illustrators Ron Hill and Gary Dumm have collaborated on BB BluesBird, a comic centered around a small avian musician. Although recently retired from teaching, Hill works tirelessly as an editorial cartoonist for six local papers, and Dumm is best known for his work on American Splendor with the late Harvey Pekar and more recently for his collaborative paintings with his wife, Laura. This month, the Solon Branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library presents a retrospective exhibition of BB BluesBird paintings and drawings. The library hosts an opening reception and artist talk at 7 tonight. The work will remain on view during regular library hours through Aug. 23. Admission is free. (Josh Usmani)

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