Even in modern times, housing discrimination still exists and the Heights Community Congress,the oldest fair housing group in North East Ohio, is doing its part to ensure there is fair housing for all. In ever changing times there are wider varieties of discrimination which they are working to alleviate. The HCC also hosts community forums […]
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With the new year and new administration, optimism seems to have returned to the market. A local Realtor actually had a better January 2009 than January 2008. The last few years have served a lesson to everyone and while we not be at the bottom of the housing mess, there is hope for a busy […]
Currently playing at the Beck Center Studio Theater is Grey Gardens. Based on real events, Grey Gardens tells the story of Jackie Kennedy Onassis’ aunt and first-cousin, who lived as recluses for many years which caused a national scandle and when the estate was condemed. The show runs through March 25th and more information can […]
Uncle Fred and Jill recently visited the Akron Art Museum where there are currently three exhibits in addition to their permanent collection. There are collections from photographers Edward Weston and Lee Friedlander; these are joined by rag paintings by Columbus artist, Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson. The permanent collection is also composed of modern pieces in […]
Uncle Fred recently saw Joan Didion’s The Year of Magical Thinking at the Actors Summit in Hudson. This one woman performance is based on the book of the same name written by Joan Didion. There are four mor performances, this Thursday through Sunday March, 1st. For more information visi The Actors Summit.
The Great Lakes Theater Festival is giving you the opportunity to see free theater all over North East Ohio, as they present two comic works by Anton Chekhov. The Harmful Effects of Tobacco and The Brute will run between now and March 18th. A complete schedule can be found by visiting the Great Lakes Theater […]
Cleveland Heights-University Heights public library system is noticing an increase in patronage from folks looking to brush up on skills in regards to resume writing and interviewing. The library also offers free classes throughout March and April to reflect job searching in the digital age. For more information visit Heights Library.
A lot of shop owners in the Heights are finding it hard to look at the books these days. Big Fun Toy Store in Coventry has experienced one of the worst holiday shopping periods in its 18 years this past holiday season. To make up for the decrease in business, shop owners are looking for […]
Uncle Fred and Jill recently experienced “Super Light” at MOCA (The Museam of Contemporary Art) in Cleveland. Super Light is a reflection of art in our digital and video age. Many of the works are interactive such as “Love Disorder” which responds to your presence. Super Light runs through May 5th. More information can be […]
The dark musical Sweeney Todd, a story about love and revenge, is playing at Lakeland Community College. The Final three performances are this Friday and Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 2:00. For more information visit Lakeland Community College Theatre