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Invasion of red admirals signals a spring butterfly burst in Northeast Ohio

Posted May 07, 2012 in Articles

Red admirals are taking over Northeast Ohio.Naturalists, teachers, backyard nature lovers -- and yes, lepidopterists, especially -- are noticing unusually high numbers of the red-and-black winged butterfly this spring. The butterfly burst is likely both... read more

MOCA Cleveland announces shows for the second half of the first year in its new building at Uptown in Cleveland

Posted May 04, 2012 in Articles

After it opens its new building in October, The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland plans to keep the voltage high throughout the winter, spring and summer of 2013 with new and commissioned artworks, exhibitions that... read more

Per Knutas of the Cincinnati Art Museum is named Chief Conservator of the Cleveland Museum of Art

Posted April 20, 2012 in Articles

Per Knutas, the chief conservator at the Cincinnati Art Museum, made a splash, figuratively speaking, by restoring an 1890 landscape by Vincent van Gogh recently in the museum’s galleries.Visitors could watch his every move magnified... read more

Construction begins on Euclid Beach carousel restoration project

Posted April 18, 2012 in Articles

The Western Reserve Historical Society held a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday afternoon for the Euclid Beach carousel restoration project.Construction is set to begin on an all-glass pavilion that will house the carousel.Work to restore the original... read more

Cleveland Museum of Art has big economic impact, new study says

Posted April 16, 2012 in Articles

A new study shows that the Cleveland Museum of Art is more than a treasure house of masterpieces. It’s a nonprofit business expected to generate roughly $140 million in economic activity in Cuyahoga County by... read more

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