Broadway's 'Bandstand' casts Northeast Ohio native Corey Cott as a Cleveland musician reaching for the brass ring (photos, video)
Corey Cott is poised to break big as Donny, a songwriter and piano prodigy from blue-collar Cleveland whose dreams of musical stardom are derailed when duty calls after Pearl
Bill Maher defends Ann Coulter in Berkeley free-speech dispute
Maher compared the cancellation of Coulter's speech to “the liberals' version of book-burning."
Sandy Hook truther Alex Jones asks for privacy in custody battle ‘for the sake of my children’
At the heart of the custody battle involving the Infowars founder: whether Alex Jones the father is the same as Alex Jones the conspiracy theorist.
Cleveland Orchestra meets with success ushering three of its own into soloist spotlight (review)
Guided by guest conductor Andrew Davis, the Cleveland Orchestra and several soloists Thursday commanded attention, infusing an eclectic lineup of Delius, Strauss, and Vaughan
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"Put on Your Sunday Clothes” is the pick-me-up you need
The Legion goes engagingly modern
In the 100 year history of the Legion of Honor,” says the director of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco in a press release, “this is the first exhibition to bring works by a
Apollo's Fire taking up Beethoven and Schubert on 25th anniversary season finale (preview)
To mark and celebrate its 25th anniversary next week, Apollo's Fire founder Jeanette Sorrell said her first and primary thought was to take up Beethoven, a composer she and her
Devastated artists pull together for flood recovery
Artists devastated by the northern New South Wales floods are pulling together to restore the community.
Bette Midler and ‘Hello, Dolly!’ are a perfect match. Don’t tell me you’re surprised.
With David Hyde Pierce's Horace Vandergelder as her humorous mark, Midler's Dolly hits a bull's eye.
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Bill O’Reilly’s argumentative, occasionally playful late-night legacy
The ousted Fox News host has exchanged barbs with David Letterman, Stephen Colbert and his most consistent rival, Jon Stewart.
Rising star talent takes the spotlight in 'Emergent' at Heights Arts
For the second year, "Emergent" at Heights Arts showcases works by up-and-coming recent graduates in the region.
Stephen Colbert went into character to pay tribute to his 'inspiration,' Bill O'Reilly
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Katie McLaughlan O'Neill has a classic-preppy style, loves Cleveland sports: Fashion Flash (photos, videos)
Katie McLaughlan O'Neill is a nurse practitioner at Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital. When not working, she enjoys dressing in her classic style and loves attending Cleveland
Three Cleveland Orchestra principals taking up solo roles on special program this week (preview)
Three Cleveland Orchestra principals are venturing out of their comfort zones this week, and there's no place any would rather be.
Ballarat salutes Dr Blake Mysteries
An exhibition in Ballarat marks the end of filming for the ABC's axed Doctor Blake Mysteries.
Final curtain call: Last Clarke and Dawe episode released
The final episode in the decades-long satirical Clarke and Dawe series is released, following the sudden death of John Clarke earlier this month.
Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon were both up for the lead role in Broadway’s ‘The Little Foxes.’ They both got it. Now you can see why.
Linney and Nixon alternate in the roles of Regina and Birdie in Hellman's 1939 melodrama.
The battle over Prince’s posthumous career is just beginning
A lawsuit could stop the release of a new EP “Deliverance."
Elizabeth Warren on Jimmy Fallon: Democrats can't be distracted by Trump tweets
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New Snakes and Acey's boutique in Little Italy offers Cleveland goods and fine art
Snakes and Acey's, the screen printing business by Hannah Manocchio and Anthony Zart, are opening a new studio and boutique in Little Italy. They'll sell their apparel and fine
‘Pretty Little Liars’ reveals a major secret in its final season premiere
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24-hour sun exposures of Arctic Circle at Haines Gallery
In order to get into position to make a picture, Chris McCaw loads his century-old panoramic view camera into his van and drives north. When he runs out of the continental United
Kyotographie: from Kyoto, with love
Kyotographie — the brainchild of photographer Lucille Reyboz and lighting artist Yusuke Nakanishi — is 5 this year. Conceived and nurtured in K
Cuyahoga Arts and Culture approves new guidelines to streamline grant application process
At its annual meeting Monday at Ensemble Theatre in Cleveland Heights, the board of trustees of Cuyahoga County Arts and Culture approved two measures aimed at benefiting more
Cleveland Museum of Art returns ancient Roman portrait of Drusus after learning it was stolen from Italy in WWII (photos)
The Cleveland Museum of Art returns a magnificent ancient Roman marble portrait head of Drusus Minor to Italy after research showed the work was stolen from a museum near Naples in
The new musical ‘Groundhog Day’ takes place on one very long day. And it feels like it.
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'Nobody Likes You When You're 23': Cleveland show celebrates young artists
Artists from around the country take the spotlight in this Cleveland art show featuring 23-year-old artists.
The night War of the Worlds musical came to Flinders Ranges ruins
A sound technician screens cult classic War of the Worlds among the ruins of a cattle station in the Flinders Ranges
Bahia Shehab: How to say no 1,000 ways in Arabic
In 2011 when the revolution swept through Egypt, Bahia Shehab stood on the streets of Cairo with a spray-can in her hand communicating one message: No. A thousand times no.
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Crumbling Wilcannia pub transformed into Indigenous art gallery
For the owner of a 140-year-old pub-turned-gallery at Wilcannia, the art is just a front.
How the ‘Fast and the Furious’ franchise became one of the few things the world could agree on
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Melissa McCarthy's epic Sean Spicer skit on SNL: a comprehensive reference guide
The press secretary had a tough week after his “Hitler” comments. “Saturday Night Live” ran with it, all the way back to Exodus.
‘SNL’ imagines the personal life of the guy who dragged a man off a United flight. Also, Pepsi.
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How Christine Howey's play following her path from man to woman became the film 'Exact Change' (photos, video)
In a rambling colonial in Cleveland Heights, playwright Christine Howey translates 'Exact Change,' her groundbreaking play about her journey from Richard to Christine, to film.
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