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New Cleveland Orchestra season gets off to grand start with Mahler's Symphony No. 3

Posted September 24, 2012 in Articles

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... read more

RTA's new Cedar Hill center to offer safer, more efficient way to use buses, trains

Posted September 20, 2012 in Articles

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... read more

After flirting with architectural overreach in 2003, the Cleveland Botanical Garden charts a path to stability

Posted September 17, 2012 in Articles

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... read more

Fall art season in Cleveland is a time to enjoy the fruits of a decade of philanthropy, construction

Posted September 08, 2012 in Articles

It’s payback time in the best sense this fall for Clevelanders who love the visual arts. All the money raised and spent by the Cleveland Museum of Art over the past decade is finally... read more

Cleveland Museum of Art atrium can be the city's Pantheon

Posted September 01, 2012 in Articles

In a way that’s palpable but hard to measure, Cleveland just became a better place to live, thanks to the completion of the new central atrium at the Cleveland Museum of Art. This grand interior... read more

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