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Monthly Archives: June 2017

Historic Dunham Tavern expands its urban green space in Midtown … Plans in works for outdoor amphitheater, picnic area, jogging and walking paths, an heirloom garden and more for this special community gathering place, rich in history

  By CYNTHIA SCHUSTER EAKIN             Things that were old can be new again, especially when it comes to Cleveland’s Dunham Tavern. Rufus and Jane Pratt Dunham came to the Western Reserve from Massachusetts in 1819. According to the Dunham Tavern website, they acquired 13.75 acres of land, which they began to farm. A...

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Artist returns to her hometown, finding solace and strength in Springsteen’s ‘Born to Run’

By ROBIN PUNSALAN   An inch of grey abruptly confronts me through the rearview mirror five days into returning from Florida to my hometown, Cleveland. A pile of half-finished canvasses still leans in the trunk, along with a copy of Bruce Springsteen’s best-selling autobiography, “Born To Run” as I make my way through The Flats. My father’s art...

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Don’t Go M.A.D. this Summer: Take a CLE-Cation with NatureVation

  Story and Photos By SARAH JAQUAY When the U.S. dollar rebounded against the Euro and other currencies, it was the final straw for “staycations.” For those of us, however, who want to wring every drop of fresh fun from Northeast Ohio summers, CLE-cations are the way to go. An added bonus: no flying required. I’ve endured winter s...

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Tips for creating a fun, memorable NE Ohio summer

                      By CYNTHIA SCHUSTER EAKIN Get Up. Get out. Get going. There is so much summertime fun out there, you had better get moving now if you want to enjoy it all. Now in its fourth season, Edgewater LIVE and Euclid Beach LIVE will once again rock the lakefront this summer. Everyo...

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Eliza Jennings “Believeland at the Renaissance”

  This year’s benefit party for Eliza Jennings at the Renaissance was set against a backdrop of Cleveland’s exciting successes in 2016. Eliza Jennings celebrated the Cleveland Cavaliers NBA Championship, the Cleveland Indians Championship and Pennant victory, the Lake Erie Monsters Calder Cup title and a successful Republic National Convention...

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Apollo’s Fire “Silver, the 25th Anniversary Gala”

    Late afternoon sunlight sifted through the Stirn Hall glass into the opening reception for Silver, the 25th Anniversary Gala for Apollo’s Fire. Such an apt setting for the Cleveland-based baroque orchestra’s celebration: Just as the barely year-old hall brings fresh architectural and intellectual air into the century-old Hawken School...

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ALS Northeast Ohio Chapter “Strike Out! ALS Gala”

  The ice water buckets have long been emptied, but support for people affected by Lou Gehrig’s disease has never let up for the ALS Northeast Ohio Chapter. The 2017 Strike Out! ALS gala added a new push for awareness and funds for this utterly devastating disease. Since 1998, the Strike Out! ALS benefit has helped northern Ohioans dealing with amy...

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Cleveland Council on World Affairs “2017 Global Impact Award”

  Meeting your hero is its own magic, whether you are 10-year-old Dixon Nix handing a microphone to Condoleezza Rice, or the 66th U.S. Secretary of State receiving a personalized football jersey from none other than Jim Brown. So the Bank of America auditorium was supercharged when the Cleveland Council on World Affairs awarded its 2017 Global...

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