In honor of the 75th Anniversary of Action Comics SUPERMAN Mayor Frank Jackson has declared April 18th, National Superman Day!
Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound this guy has stole the heart of not only Clevelanders but children and adults all over the globe.
For activities throughout the city that “heart” and promote our superhero check out this nice article that The Plain Dealer published. Some of the activities and events include comic book readings, free comic books and a not-to-be-missed a convention. Check it out!
Wednesday, October 21st, 2009
By now I would assume some of you have your upcoming weekend, “to do” list completed. (Groceries. Rake leaves. Concert. Laundry. Buy Pumpkins!) Instead of waiting till this weekend to buy your pumpkin, swing by flourish, grab one of the 1001 pumpkins and give a donation to Harvest For Hunger and the Cleveland Foodbank in exchange for an “orange ball of carving fun.” All donations welcome!
If you’re feeling lucky you might also run into Rebecca Wilde from Q104…she is said to be hanging around the neighborhood giving away Miley Cirus tickets! (I still love “Ms. Montanna,” even though her new rap stinks!) Good lucky tweens & teens alike!
The pumpkin palooza frenzy will begin around 9am and run until 7pm, or while supplies last. Flourish : 1001 Huron Road East. Questions? Call “team get & give” at 216.696.9116.
Thursday, October 22nd, 2009
Yeah I’m out that Brooklyn.
Now I’m down in Tribeca.
Right next to DeNiro
But I’ll be hood forever
I’m the new Sinatra
And since I made it here
I can make it anywhere.
(Empire State Of Mind Lyrics, from “The Blueprint 3” album)
Grammy-winning rapper, and Beyonces hubbie, Jay-Z is booked for a concert at 7:30 THIS WEEK at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center. Tickets run from $35 to $125. If you don’t want to gamble with trying to scalp a pair, visit www.livenation.com
Thursday, July 23rd, 2009
President Barack Obama is expected to visit the Cleveland Clinic Thursday as part of his campaign to promote health care reform.
White House officials said Saturday that the president would visit Northeast Ohio but did not offer a specific time or location for the event.
The appearance comes as Obama’s health care plan is under attack by both Republicans and some Democrats, who say the plan is too expensive.
Obama has praised the Cleveland Clinic in the past for playing a role in the health care reform by providing “the highest quality care at costs well below the national norm.”
(article from the Plain Dealer, writen by Mark Naymik/Plain Dealer Politics Writeremail@example.com)
Tuesday, June 30th, 2009
International jazz superstar, Diana Krall is on tour to promote her 12th studio album, Quiet Nights. This tour marks the first time that Krall will perform tracks from the new album, for her fans. Celebrating this highly anticipated new release, Quiet Nights takes listeners on a romantic and intimate journey through the lush textures of her ballads and bossa novas. Even those already familiar with the breathy vocals and rhythmic lilt in Krall’s music – and there are millions – will be taken aback by just how far the music pushes, unabashedly, into the realm of sweet surrender.
Ticket Price Range: $10-75, to purchase tickets visit www.playhousesquare.com