New York Times: "Culture Blooms in Cleveland"

The atrium of the Cleveland Museum of Art
  • Frank Lanza/Cleveland Museum of Art, via nytimes.com
  • The atrium of the Cleveland Museum of Art

The New York Times recently wrote about the "cultural renaissance" in University Circle led by "the refurbished galleries and stunning atrium of the Cleveland Museum of Art":


By the 1980s, dilapidated Gilded Age mansions had been replaced by, among other buildings, the sprawling Cleveland Clinic, the renowned hospital complex covering 10 city blocks along Euclid Avenue. However, cultural institutions like the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Botanical Garden and Severance Hall, home to the Cleveland Orchestra, remain around the campuslike parkland of Wade Oval.

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Doug Brown

Doug Brown is a staff writer at Scene with a passion for public records laws and investigative reporting. A native of Ann Arbor, Mich., he has an M.A. in journalism from the Kent State University School of Journalism and Mass Communication and a B.A. in political science from Hiram College. Prior to joining Scene,...
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