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Submitted by More Better on Thu, 11/03/2005 - 16:17.
Post your comments regarding creating more exciting things to do on weeknights
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Thu, 11/03/2005 - 13:33.
As dusk approached on a dreary, rainy Cleveland 1st of November, the skies suddenly cleared and around 80 diverse NEO Stakeholders gathered at the Palace Theater for a shared experience of insight from Mayor Campbell and Next Generation Consulting CEO Rebecca Ryan followed by "world cafe" collaboration. See the results linked below.
Submitted by Ed Hauser on Thu, 11/03/2005 - 13:29.
"Rosa Parks, Rosa Parks" was the chant as about 300 school chidren from the Cleveland Arts and Social Sciences Academy marched through the streets of downtown Cleveland. They were celebrating the life of Rosa Parks. She started the Civil Rights movement in 1955 as a result of her refusal to move from her seat to go to the back of a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. Rosa Parks passed away on October 25, 2005 at the age of 92.
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Thu, 11/03/2005 - 13:25.
Around 80 diverse people from around Cleveland came together Halloween Night for a arts, culture and intellect filled evening of brainstorming and discussion on what we as a region need to do to make this a "more better" place, especially considering making NEO attractive to the next generation. Visit the links below to see the results.
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Wed, 11/02/2005 - 20:00.
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Wed, 11/02/2005 - 12:53.
Over a period of two evenings - October 31 and November 1, 2005 - around 150 folks from all walks of life and corners of NEO came together at two spectacular places - the Cleveland Institute of Art and the Palace Theater - to participate in "world cafes" introduced by futurist Rebecca Ryan. The response and outcomes were fantastic. Highlights and content created is posted in two books below:"Making NEO "More Better" at the CIA - October 31, 2005" and "Storming the Palace for a sustainable NEO - November 01, 2005" - more will be added for quite some time so check back frequently - the most important outcome is the development of ideas surfaced during these events, which are posting to our "Community Forums"... go there to participate in making NEO "more better" . To those who joined us, thank you so much!!!
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Wed, 11/02/2005 - 12:13.
11/16/2005 - 20:00
Arts and the Community: What are the Benefits?
An Economic, Social and Cultural Perspective
Baldwin-Wallace College, Strosacker College Union, Sandstone Room 3, 120 E. Grand Street, Berea, OH
Submitted by Kevin Cronin on Mon, 10/31/2005 - 10:19.
Both Mayor Campbell and Council President Jackson met with the arts community last week. Attendance was low, both at the Play House on the east with Campbell and Cleveland Public Theatre on the westside with Jackson. The Campbell strategy was to identify a top 20 list of reasons Campbell has advanced the arts, with art summits, expansion of live/work zones and public funding through the "1% for arts" set aside that is a part of public construction contracts. She says her track record merits her return to office for another four years. Jackson said, through his leadership, he deserves credit for these initiatives as well, and his record in council deserves the public’s faith and confidence that he will work to represent them well. But what would be an election without an added dose of cynicism?
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Sun, 10/30/2005 - 00:06.
As I ride the RTA and run around the Cleveland area each day I appreciate how much good aerosol art talent we have. These artists are considered vandals 364 days a year and given a little festival 1 day a year. We should do more for these artists and their art.
Submitted by Evelyn Kiefer on Wed, 04/20/2005 - 17:29.
Submitted by Jeff Buster on Wed, 12/29/2004 - 23:34.
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Wed, 12/29/2004 - 00:57.
There was an article posted on the Channel 3 website proclaiming "Graffiti becoming a big problem in Midtown".