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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Meredith A. Cowden Foundation “Six Courses for a Cure Dinner”

The eighth annual Six Courses for a Cure Dinner to benefit the Meredith A. Cowden Foundation took place on a beautiful August evening at the Fairlawn Country Club. This year there were 145 guests in attendance for the gourmet dinner with auction that was held to raise money for funding blood cancer and Graft vs. Host Disease research and awareness....

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Cleveland International Piano Competition “Encore”

    Encore! The benefit for the Cleveland International Piano Competition (CIPC) truly was an encore, as the performers at the fundraiser were past medalists from recent competitions. Stanislav Khristenko was first place in 2013, Nikita Mndoyants, Leonardo Colafelice and Dinara Klinton were first, second and third in the 2016 competition....

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Geauga Growth Partnership “Geauga Home Grown”

    More than 300 attendees gathered under the iconic dome of ASM International to bid on a silent auction and dine on local Geauga food, prepared by Geauga chefs, to raise money for Geauga Growth Partnership’s Youth Workforce Education. The GGP’s Workforce Development Program endeavors to give Geauga County high school students workforce...

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Cleveland POPS Orchestra “Gin & Jazz Soiree”

  The Cleveland POPS Orchestra’s annual fundraiser turned Stillwater Place on the grounds of the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo into a grand Gatsby-esque gala. Part cocktail hour, part costume party, feather boas, and fedoras were in abundance, and wow – “ain’t we got fun.” About 200 patrons enjoyed the open bar and passed hors d’oeuvres as th...

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Oberlin’s New Motto: Live, Learn and LEED

        By: SARAH JAQUAY   “The Hotel [at Oberlin] is evocative of a tree house,” notes Erica Todhunter, general manager of the Hotel at Oberlin and our tour guide through this sustainably built accommodation at the corner of College and Main streets. The Hotel was constructed to qualify for LEED platinum certification by the U....

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Luxury development proposed for Rocky River lakefront

                  By BARRY GOODRICH Rocky River’s lakefront may be getting a makeover. Andrew Brickman of Brickhaus Partners is teaming up with longtime Cleveland real estate developer John Carney for 700 Lake…luxury condos and townhomes with striking views of the city’s lakefront. Brickman, a leader in...

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John Nativio’s paintings to be exhibited at University Hospitals through Oct. 31

              By DOUGLAS MAX UTTER   Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard        Are sweeter; therefore, ye soft pipes, play on; Not to the sensual ear, but, more endear’d,        Pipe to the spirit ditties of no tone. (John Keats, Ode on a Grecian Urn)   Like the mythological figures chasin...

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Chagrin Documentary Film Festival on pace for record year + Chagrin Falls’ Pumpkin Roll subject of new documentary

  By BARRY GOODRICH   The Sundance, Cannes and Tribeca film festivals may have popcorn but the Chagrin Documentary Film Festival has its own Popcorn Shop. Since its debut in 2010 when it attracted 1,800 visitors to the town of Chagrin Falls, the festival has become a destination spot for film lovers. Next month’s 2017 Chagrin Documentary...

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