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Shakespearian play clashes with ’80s in ‘The Taming of the Shrew’

The works of William Shakespeare hold a special place in the hearts and minds of lovers of literature. With this comes a tendency to protect the works’ integrity and purity at all cost. Every now and then, however, comes a exceptional production of the Bard’s work that blows away established and protected conventions and thoroughly entertains.

The “Taming of the Shrew” is one of those classic works and the current Great Lakes Theater’s production is one of those exceptions.

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After 182 years, oldest beer comes to Ohio

Yuengling Beer, coming from the oldest brewery in America, was only sold on the eastern seaboard and the southern states of America, forcing consumers had to cross state lines just to taste the delicious beer. That has changed for Ohioans; they can now buy it at their local supermarkets.


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Café 56 in Mayfield Heights brings a unique spin to food

At first glance, Café 56 has all of the accoutrement necessary to be the type of restaurant that could be considered a haven for hipsters.

Funky art on the walls? Check. Homemade vegan cookies on display? Check again. A menu full of cleverly coined salads? A big check right there.

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Liberian artist Zeinway showcases work for Kuumba Arts

This year’s Kuumba Arts presentation at Cleveland State featured “The Chapters of My Life: Identity Issues” by Martin Zeinway, an artist whose experiences cross over on two sides of the Atlantic, Africa and America.

The Kuumba Arts presentation is brought by the Black Student Union and the African Students Association at Cleveland State and was inaugurated during the “Congo Week Gala Night: All for Africa” in the CSU Student Center Ballroom Oct. 7.

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GLBT lip syncs for their lives at CSU Drag Show

“You will see members of the audience tipping the performers, do not be alarmed, this is completely normal,” said Joel Masters, also known as Stone La Beau, setting the tone for the audience at Cleveland State’s second annual Drag Show on Oct. 5.

Joel Masters, co-host of the drag show and the graduate assistant to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender(GLBT) student services, took the time to strategically plan the event since the beginning of the Fall semester.

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CSU graduate Stella Hall brings her novel to life in new play

The Bridge of No Return” by Cleveland’s Own Stella Hall, which came out in 2005, is described as an “awesome, can’t put down novel” by her fans.

“The Bridge of No Return” is a story about 30 year-old Felicia San Ford who finally gets her dream job working for a marketing company in New York City. While living and working in the fast-paced city, she suddenly finds herself involved in a love triangle.

 

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