Michelangelo Lovelace, Sr. – Urban Wonder

An amazing exhibit you will not want to miss.
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  Last Friday I experienced urban wonder. Passionate – color filled – electric energy – urban wonder.  Just shy of Little Italy at the Artist Archives of the Western Reserve  I attended an amazing retrospective exhibition of the Art of Michelangelo Lovelace, Sr. Michelangelo’s work is vibrant with life, color, love – the public life of […]

A Moment with … Antonio Pompa-Baldi

Ohio Philharmonic Orchestra
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Born and raised in Foggia, Italy, Antonio Pompa-Baldi first came to the U.S. in 1999 to participate in the Cleveland International Piano Competition in which he then won First Prize.  Shortly there after he and his wife, Italian pianist Emanuela Friscioni, decided to make Cleveland Heights their home. Mr. Pompa-Baldi has toured extensively in four […]

Cleveland – We’re Geologically Stable!

When the weather's got you down, think of what could be...
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It’s the one year anniversary of my home state’s submersion into oil, also known as the BP Oil Spill. BP’s accident has been the worst spill in the history of the industry. For 153 days, we watched (I watched) as cameras documented the seepage into the Gulf of Mexico, ruining southern Louisiana’s wildlife, waterways , […]