“Legendary” Cleveland Jazz Event

It’s almost time for the Tri-C JazzFest. Tri-C has traditionally thrown an excellent festival for many years now and this year is no exception. In fact this is the 28th year of the festival! The festival kick off will happen this year on April 19th with a free parade on public square and a kick-off party. Other events include “an Evening with Tony Bennett” at Playhouse Square, Chriss Botti at the Allen Theater, A Thelonius Monk Tribute Band, Jazz for Kids with the Passport Project at the Cleveland Children’s Museum and a a plethora of other performances, workshops, and events. Visithttp://www.tricpresents.com/jazz.asp for the complete schedule or to order tickets. Note as well that several of the events are entirely free, while others there may be a cost for.

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“Eat your Art Out” for a good cause

Art House is a non profit arts center located between Ohio city and Brooklyn center in Cleveland. The Center was actually founded by local artists and residents almost a decade ago. Art House provided educational outreach programs, in-house arts classes for both children and adults, professional development for artists and educators, and even corporate services.

If you’d like to support this great organization all you have to do is have a great dinner. Dine on Wednesday April 18th @ The South Side in Tremont and the South Side will donate 20% of your check to Art House ( You need to visit the Art House site to print out the “EAt your Art out flyer” to present to your server however!) Get your flyer at the Art House Site athttp://www.arthouseinc.org/

View the South Side’s site for their menu and more info at http://www.arthouseinc.org/