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Big name acts or bands with indie cred. Broadway blockbusters or avant garde pieces by up and coming playwrights. Amazing weekend air shows or community ethnic festivals. Culinary expositions or local wine tastings. Whatever you're into, you'll find it here.
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Not The Flying Stupendas By Jill Levin, with Renee and Company Directed by Renee Schilling Tickets only $5 for kids 12 and under! A show for the whole family! The audience has been promised The Flying Stupendas, acrobats extraordinaire, but due to a terrible accident the performance has been cancelled. The cruel Madame Producer, adamantly refusing to refund the ticket sales, demands that her staff perform in place of the Stupendas. As the "performers" attempt magic shows, song and dan... Visit Website
From: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM* Preview this class or come to ask questions*This is for all those who have been CERTIFIED in Thai Massage, whether it was through the Studio, Thailand, or any other school of Thai massage. Look for this practice around the 3rd Sunday's. Going our workshop and events page register, the practice is free, donations for the use of the space will be greatly appreciated. You will be free to come and go as you please, stay for an hour, stay for the whole time. Those that know ... Visit Website
Join the Cleveland Institute of Art as it celebrates one of Cleveland's most unique artists-in-residence programs during a final public event, The Cuba Project: Works in Residence. This is the last opportunity to view the work of Cuban artists, created during their seven-month residency at CIA. The exhibition runs through May 19.
The Gallery at Old Stone is currently showing "Metamorphosis" a photography exhibit which runs through the end of May. This show focuses on the transformation of lives through the Transitional Housing, Inc. (THI) program in Cleveland. See the before and after of eight women's lives represented through photography and short descriptions of their positive metamorphosis. Regular Exhibit Hours: Monday-Friday, 9AM-4PM through May 31
Learn Argentine Tango at the hottest spot in Cleveland! EVERY MONDAY NIGHT 7:00 - 8:00: ARGENTINE TANGO LESSON - TRADITIONAL TANGO - (All levels) Close embrace 8:00 - 9:00: ARGENTINE TANGO LESSON - NUEVO TANGO - (All levels) We will be exploring the newer styles of Tango and Tango music. "Somehow Nuevo dancers make complex vocabulary seem intimate and sweet even romantic" 9:00 - 11:45: Practice/Practica (Dance) No partner necessary. Wear leather soled shoes. $7 - 1 class + practica ... Visit Website
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is proud to present a major exhibition devoted to a truly unique American rock and roll band, Grateful Dead: The Long, Strange Trip. The exhibit will open on Thursday, April 12, as a part of the 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Week events. "The Grateful Dead is a band that is identified with a remarkable era in American history, and, inasmuch as they embody that era, their work is timeless," says Jim Henke, Vice President of Exhi... Visit Website
45 min long with 15 min optional meditation for those who may only have a short amount of time to get away! Making it easier on your health and wellness.
Sara Hume, Curator Ikat, batik, shibori, tie-dye, kasuri, adire, bandhani... Many different methods, one simple premise: creating patterns using dye. The exhibition is organized by technique in order to bring together examples from around the globe. While techniques vary widely, they rely on a few basic principles. The dye can be resisted using mechanical means by tying or clamping. Or the resist can be chemical, generally paste or wax. Resist techniques can be seen in the most expensive and t... Visit Website
It is said that one in every twenty homes in America has a work of Thomas Kinkade hanging on its walls. On Friday, the man who was known to the public as the "Painter of Light," died in his Los Gatos, CA home, of what appeared to be natural causes. He was 54. Kinkade was a favorite among art collectors. Locally, he visited Mentor, OH for events at Gallery One whose authorized Kinkade Signature Gallery on Route 615 attracts visitors from throughout the country. Kinkade leaves his wife,... Visit Website