Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

Community Festival Honoring Veterans to be Saturday, August 3, 2013; ANNOUNCING: Congressman Louis Stokes is 2013 Honoree

The annual Community Salute to Veterans and Rib Burn-off is Saturday, August 3, 2013 on Magnolia Drive between the Louis Stokes VA Hospital and Mt. Zion Congregational Church United Church of Christ, 10723 Magnolia Drive.
 
“This is a fun, family event to honor veterans, their commitment to...

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

Western Reserve Historical Society's "Dior & More" exhibit opens door to Cleveland's haute-couture closet

If the fingerprints on the glass are any indication, people are rather enjoying the latest exhibit at the Western Reserve Historical Society.
 
Part fashion show and part history lesson, “Dior & More: For the Love of Fashion” is a tour through the haute couture collections of some of Cleveland’s...

http://www.cleveland.com/style/index.ssf/2013/07/western_reserve_historical_soc_1.html

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

MOCA Cleveland's new show evokes a Rust Belt pride based on making art with physical integrity

For its big debut show last fall in its shiny new iconic building, the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland went global.
 
The opening exhibition in October featured 16 artists from five countries, demonstrating MOCA’s powerful, international reach.
 
The second major show was splashy – literally. Performance artist Kate Gilmore created...

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Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Celebrating the legacy of artist Clarence Van Duzer - one of Cleveland's better kept secrets

In the annals of Cleveland art history, the name of Clarence Van Duzer isn’t usually grouped with those of industrial designer Viktor Schreckengost, the Op Artist Julian Stanczak and other widely admired giants of the field.
 
If anything, Van Duzer is remembered as a loner artist with a goatee and...

http://www.cleveland.com/arts/index.ssf/2013/07/celebrating_the_legacy_of_clev.html

Wednesday, July 03rd, 2013

Gardens of African-Americans in South are full of symbolism, as seen in Cleveland Botanical Garden exhibit

On a warm September afternoon in 1987, professional photographer Vaughn Sills came across a garden in Athens, Ga., that fascinated her, although she wasn't sure why.
 
The garden belonged to Bea Robinson, an older African-American woman. It wasn't a lush, picture-perfect garden worthy of the pages of Fine Gardening magazine...

http://www.cleveland.com/insideout/index.ssf/2013/07/gardens_of_african-americans_i.html

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