Monday, October 01st, 2012
One of the region's world-class cultural institutions plans to make a big effort to tap the global diversity at its doorstep.
The Cleveland Museum of Art is getting ready to introduce its International Cleveland Communities Advancement Task Force, a committee of more than 50 people representing much of the region's...
Author: Michael O'Malley
Thursday, September 27th, 2012
Backers of an East Side housing initiative in Cleveland plan to announce today new incentives for people to buy or rent in University Circle and the surrounding area.
Philanthropies and non-profits have collaborated on the Greater Circle Living program since 2008. Started by the Cleveland Foundation, the program first offered $5,000...
Author: Harlan Spector
Monday, September 24th, 2012
Thursday night was a grand time to be at Severance Hall.
Not only was it a major occasion, the first concert of the 2012-13 season, but the Cleveland Orchestra also marked it with a suitably major work, Mahler's Symphony No. 3, one of the largest symphonies in the standard orchestral...
Author: Zachary Lewis
Thursday, September 20th, 2012
An ugly, half century-old RTA transit center at the foot of Cedar Hill will become a sleeker, safer and more accessible hub with Wednesday's ground-breaking for an $18.5 million rebuild.
Station users won't lose access to buses and Red Line trains during the two-year construction. But it will be a...
Author: Tom Breckenridge
Monday, September 17th, 2012
The Cleveland Botanical Garden in University Circle was a picture of pure, late-summer bliss Wednesday afternoon.
A couple walked hand-in-hand through the gathering shadows in the institution’s Rose Garden. An art student sketched a waterfall inside a simulated Costa Rican rain forest enclosed beneath a vast, crystalline glass enclosure. Butterflies...
Author: Steven Litt