Thursday, June 07th, 2012
The Cleveland Sight Center’s grand re-opening is from 4 to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 20, at 1909 E. 101st St. in University Circle. It will celebrate a yearlong $10 million dollar renovation of the Cleveland Sight Center building. When completed, the building will be a “best-practices model of design” for...
Wednesday, June 06th, 2012
On Columbus Road in the Flats, a brick warehouse bears a colorful sign: "Cleveland Museum of Art." Inside, a half dozen artists are at work, creating one-of-a-kind costumes for marchers in this year's Parade the Circle, presented by the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Led by the museum's director of community...
Author: Lee Jordan
Monday, June 04th, 2012
Every home game, 73,000 or so fans park their keisters in Cleveland Browns Stadium seats. Guess what? If you could miraculously transport every person who attends the Cleveland Museum of Art's annual Parade the Circle on Saturday to the stadium, you'd need 2,000 MORE seats, based on past years' attendance...
Author: Chuck Yarborough
Tuesday, May 29th, 2012
They came because it was a holiday and they didn't have to work, because The Cleveland Museum of Art opened on a rare Monday.
They came because it was Cleveland's first-ever exhibit of Rembrandt's paintings.
They came because, like so many of us, it's human nature to wait until the last minute,...
Author: Diane Suchetka, Plain Dealer Reporter
Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012
Crain's Cleveland Business recently named Chris Ronayne as one of the 150 names to know in Northeast Ohio.
Author: Crain's Cleveland Business