Friday, December 21st, 2012

New Cleveland Museum of Art galleries open up new possibilities, including display of a miniature masterpiece 'The Artist's Studio'

Johann Georg Platzer isn't what you'd call a marquee name in the annals of art history.
Back in 18th-century Austria, however, he was the toast of the haute bourgeoisie, admired for his frothy, action-packed and highly detailed paintings on copper of historical and mythological scenes.
Imagine Emmanuel Leutze's big potboiler,...

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Uptown project in University Circle could see work start on $21 million second phase in January

Count students among the newest denizens of Uptown, a sleek retail-and-residential project lining Euclid Avenue in Cleveland's University Circle.

MRN Ltd., the developer behind Uptown, aims to break ground in January for the neighborhood's $21 million second phase. Rising to 85 feet near Ford Drive, the new building will hold...

Tuesday, December 04th, 2012

Cleveland Museum of Natural History launches $125 million campaign to expand its building and impact

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, which halted a previous expansion plan during the 2008 recession, has come roaring back with a $125 million project to transform its physical presence in University Circle.

The project, which the museum will announce formally on Wednesday, calls for demolishing roughly half of its existing...

Monday, December 03rd, 2012

Circlefest 2012 lights soggy Wade Oval with holiday spirit

Steady rain may have blanketed Wade Oval with mud instead of snow, but the spongy ground didn't dampened the spirits of those ready to ride with "Molly" and "Duke"" a round the sites and sounds of Circlefest 2012.

The two jet-black Percherons pulled one of two wagons around the oval, the...

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

Ameritrust rotunda in downtown Cleveland opens today for holiday concerts

Cuyahoga County taxpayers have a chance to inspect their $45 million investment in the downtown Ameritrust complex during five free concerts in the former bank's rotunda.

The first of the lunch-time concerts, provided by University Circle Inc., is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. today and will feature pianist Robert Cassidy...

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