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Local winter happenings in Lake County

Although most people view the cold, gray days of winter as a signal to hunker down under blankets with hot cocoa in front of the fire, there are plenty of local winter happenings to put some carpe in your diem. Lake Metroparks Farmpark in Kirtland. A spirited variety of winter-themed activities includes carving competitions, demonstrations,...

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Beachwood Arts Council brings art in every form to the masses

Exposure to world-class art is closer than you think. Beachwood Arts Council has dedicated itself to promoting the visual and performing arts since the council’s inception in 1964. And they’re getting better at it all the time. “Beachwood Arts Council serves all of Northeast Ohio, and all ages,” says council president Paula Rollins...

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Meet the Artist: David Buttram

The City of Cleveland is in a constant state of change. Local painter David Buttram’s pursuit is to portray the inner city of Cleveland in a beautiful light through his paintings, depicting the hopefulness in this area through a local’s eyes. “The inner city is a place of confinement and a place of hope,” David explains. “It is the...

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Minkin's Music: Voices In The Valley returns

With the busy holiday period just around the corner, it’s time to set your sights on a very special show slated for Saturday, January 12. Voices In The Valley will be presenting Towpath Troubadours, a selection of songs featuring some of the finest singer/songwriters in the area. Sharing the stage will be Rachel Brown (piano), Ray Flanagan...

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Pay a visit to the snowmen on Vine Street, the Community Art Project from Willoughby-Eastlake students

Jolly old soul Frosty the Snowman had a lot of worries on his plate, from Professor Hinkle stealing his magic hat to turning into a puddle. But the cadre of snowmen lining Vine Street can anticipate an unlimited life expectancy, regardless of the weather. The colorful eight-foot characters were designed and built by art students at...

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