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Cleveland Jazz History and Photography Exhibition - - East Cleveland Public Library - 14101 Euclid - Sun. 6-10 4:pm
Submitted by KMaCK on Fri, 06/08/2007 - 14:00.
06/10/2007 - 16:00
06/10/2007 - 17:30
Don't know if any one else saw the main article in yesterdays Arts & KLife section of the PD, but this looks great.
A free panel discussion on Cleveland Jazz History and the opening of a photographic exhibition of same at the East Cleveland library.
83 year-old Frank Kuchirchuk photographed and/or collected photographs of famous jazz luminaries that appeared in the early 1950's at a club called Lindsay's Sky Bar near East 105th and Euclid. Sandusky Register reporter Tom Jackson has helped Mr. Kuchirchuk (Frank) find a home for his collection, which will be with the East Cleveland Public Library. This coming Sundays event will be an opening of these photographs along with a supporting conversation about jazz in Cleveland.
I can hear the stories of my parents about the hey day of "The 5" when it use to be called the Gold Coast for African Americans.
If you can, please go to the PD article for more details.
The Arts - Photogrpahy, Jazz
(Sorry; I've never posted one of these on this site before, so hope I got it right. Norm, please feel free to clean this up.)
East Cleveland Main Public Library
14101 Euclid Ave.East Cleveland, OH