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Shakespeare’s Game of Thrones: Cleveland Shakespeare Festival Performs Macbeth

One of the greatest points of pride in my life is that I have never seen a single episode of Game of Thrones.  And I never will.  (Well above my limits of violence.)  But I do not need to wonder … Continue reading

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Flying Ponies(Euclid Beach Park) by Carl Gaertner

I instantly connected with this picture.  This hangs in the modern art/local artist section at the Cleveland Museum of Art.  I had never heard of Carl Gaertner before but apparently he was a successful painter who lived in Cleveland.  This … Continue reading

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Cleveland Shakespeare Festival’s Taming of the Shrew: Summer of the Shrew Part Deux

It wouldn’t be summer without the Cleveland Shakespeare Festival’s outdoor free theater.   This year they begin with Taming of the Shrew.  I wish they had done this last year, because I did a bit of The Summer of the … Continue reading

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2016 NBA Championships: Clevelanders are Somebody Again!

Those of you who read my blog a few years ago know that I haven’t always been charitable towards LeBron.  Ok, I basically said that he was worse than Hitler and Satan.  (LeBron, I’m sorry.)  But last year, when Cleveland … Continue reading

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Song: in America, but Not Of America

A few weeks ago, a friend and I went to the Cleveland Museum of Art.  One of the exhibits was a video sculpture called Song.  Song features the artist’s three blonde nieces singing a simple refrain over and over.  They … Continue reading

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The 39th Cleveland International Film Festival : A (Film) Festivus for the Rest of Us!

On Saturday, a friend of mine came to visit me in Cleveland for one purpose; to attend the Cleveland International Film Festival. I took her to see Short Films.  I think that’s the best way to start.  First of all, … Continue reading

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Emma’s Random “Cleveland ‘Die In'” Thoughts

I stumbled upon a protest in Cleveland, demanding justice for Tamir Rice, a twelve year old boy who was shot by a Cleveland police officer. Tamir was black, and he was carrying a toy gun. 1 I am not sure … Continue reading

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