As I patiently wait for the weather to warm up here in Northeastern Ohio, (and mother nature is really testing my patience) I’ve been creating new art pieces in my spare time. I’ve found a style that I enjoy that is not only is it good for the environment, but it’s good for my soul. [...]
When I was coming home from High Point trade show in North Carolina, we took a side trip to Pilot Mountain State Park. They are the “other mountains” from the Blue Ridge Mountain Range. Cool, huh?
Large painting of tailgating at the Muni Lot in Downtown Cleveland. Mural is located at the Browns Training Camp lobby in Berea, Ohio. This art piece is huge, interesting perspective with lots of fun details. I would credit the artist, but I couldn’t find a name. If anyone has any info about this piece, please [...]
Whenever I take a trip, I like to bring home a souvenir. Since I don’t want a mass-produced product, I look for original artwork from the region. On my last trip, I picked up two items.
At the beginning of January, I took a cruise that traveled to Cozumel, Mexico; Roatan, Honduras; and Belize City, [...]
St. Sebastian Parish Musical Arts Series presents
Featuring the work of
Bloch, Bach, Beethoven and Saint-Saens
Sunday, January 13, 2013 4:00PM
St Sebastian Parish Church
476 Mull Avenue, Akron, OH 44320
Andrew Sords is a Cleveland Orchestra concert violinist, originally from Shaker Heights area, Cleveland Institute of Music [...]
Call me weird, but I like to hear cover songs. Some musicians give an interesting twist to the original and others, well, perhaps they should have thought twice before recording. Here are my top choices for the best covers:
1. Hurt by Johnny Cash. Love, love, love this one. Its better than the original by [...]
How can you not love a band when the members are all dressed in suits, some with fedoras, and are full of infectious energy? If you are not familiar with Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, they are a jazz, swing style group with a five piece horn section, an upright bass, drums, keyboards and a lead [...]
I grew up in Parma, Ohio, home of white socks, chrome balls and pink flamingos. You would have to be a kid from my generation and remember Ghoulardi to understand that reference. A couple of years ago, the city renovated a two-mile stretch of State Road between Brookpark Road and Grantwood Avenue turning it into [...]
Join us for the 15th Season of the Stow Symphony Orchestra
G. F. Handel’s
PLEASE NOTE: The VENUE for this Concert has CHANGED!!
Saturday, December 8th 2012, 7:30pm
1155 East Ave, Tallmadge, OH 44278-2509
Tickets can be purchased [...]