Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment

It’s Almost Labor Day; Grab Your Lederhosen – It’s Oktoberfest Time

Other Oktoberfest favorites include world champion sand sculptor Carl Jara, and a live Cleveland Glockenspiel—a gigantic two-story working cuckoo clock with dancers from Toledo Holzhacker Buam who perform skits on the hour, always punctuating performances by showering souvenirs on the crowd. ...
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Grab a Seat: Boomer Tours is Headed to Fallingwater and the Land of Dixie in October

We're offering our readers two guided, curated trips. One's headed to the iconic masterpiece Fallingwater on Tuesday, Oct. 16, the other is a five-night trip to Nashville and Memphis from Sunday, Oct. 14-Friday, Oct. 19. Both are on comfortable deluxe motor coaches. ...
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Engelbert Humperdinck Can’t Wait to Get to Akron. See Him July 28

Humperdinck is very much looking forward to the Akron show.  “Love Northeast Ohio. We play there often, but it’s such a thrill to see those audiences.  We’ve played casinos and indoor and outdoor arenas. The audience makes it special. Can’t wait,” Humperdinck says.  Neither can the fans. ...
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NEO Winery Tour – A Vintner Wander-land

Every winery has food, ranging from hearty appetizers and charcuterie platters at Laurentia Winery to an entire menu of Italian-inspired options at Ferrante Winery & Ristorante. Check winery policies before packing your own food as most wineries no longer allow it. ...
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Stan Hywet NIGHTLIGHTS: They’re Back and Brighter Than Ever

The three-dimensional projection show and thrilling outdoor experience tells the story of the Seiberling legacy with lights, action, and music, beginning at sundown; it is projected onto the back of the Manor House, magically and mysteriously transforming the architecture into an extraordinary and ever-changing 3-D environment. ...
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Vote for Our Boomer Choice Awards – Spread the Word

Restaurants, bookstores, happy hours and entertainment. No one knows the region better than those of us who have lived and worked here for decades. We're the experts; make your choice and we'll spread the word. ...
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Rock & Roll and Pinball – Playful Connections and Free Pinball Kick Off New Rock Hall Exhibit

Pinball was banned until the mid-1970s in most of America’s big cities because it was considered a form of gambling. It eventually became a symbol of youth and rebellion, right along with rock & roll. By 1969, pinball and rock became inextricably linked, thanks to the Who and the group’s opus Tommy, which highlighted the skills of the rock opera’s lead character. ...
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Boomer Bash West – We Had a Blast, Hope You Did, Too

With more than 350 attendees, 68 vendors, live music and cocktails, our spring Boomer Bash at LaCentre in Westlake was not only a rousing success, it was a lot of fun, too.

Turns out Westsiders know how to party. We combined entertainment with education and ended up with a terrific Boomer Bash West that was tailor-made for our enthusiastic readers. If you missed it, we’ve got you covered; we’re returning to the Eastside this fall for another Bash. Check out our website, newsletter and Facebook page for details later this summer.

We want to give a special shout-out to our Bash sponsors: The Normandy Senior Living, Greater Cleveland Volunteers, MaxStrength Fitness, LaCentre Conference and Banquet Facility and The WAVE Cleveland’s Smooth FM.

In the meantime, here’s a video and photo wrap up.

By the way, raffle ticket proceeds benefitted Greater Cleveland Fisher House, and we presented a check to the group shortly after the Bash. The foundation recently broke ground for the first of two Cleveland houses that will serve family members of veterans who are receiving treatment at the Louis Stokes VA Center.

See you in the fall.

     

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