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Tomaydo Tomahhdo: Any way you spell it, it’s good

Tomaydo Tomahhdo is one of those quirky looking places that you drive by every day but never stop to check out. Well, in this case, I finally gave in. Bruce was my cashier and subsequent server of sorts, and as soon as his bright face broke into a smile I was at ease....

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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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‘Cabaret’ is a riveting and inviting GLT production

Leave your troubles at the door; you’ve arrived at the Kit Kat Club. With its vibrant, sexually charged cast, wonderfully perverted Emcee and an undercurrent of catastrophe, Great Lakes Theater’s “Cabaret” brings to the table a heavy dose of uncomfortable, yet absolutely delightful musical theater escapism.

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‘The Cleveland Winds’ starts season with CSU Wind Ensemble

The Cleveland Winds, under the direction of Birch Browning, kicked off their third season by collaborating with the Cleveland State University Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Professor Howard Meeker, with special guest clarinet soloist, Bobby Davis on Monday (Nov.7) in the Waetjen Auditorium located in the music building on campus.

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Julka Hall wins Design Award

The Columbus chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Columbus) has recognized Cleveland State’s Julka Hall as a 2011 Design Award winner.

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Factory Theatre prepares for last curtain

Cleveland State’s Factory Theatre opened in 1968 amid a growing campus in the heart of Downtown Cleveland. Now, more than 40 years later, this theater will close, giving way to a new beginning and leaving behind millions of memories.

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