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  1. Rapper Cousin Stizz Reflects On the Route He Took to His Major Label Debut

    10.06 / 04:36 clevescene.com Clevescene.com - Cleveland
    Boston-bred rapper Cousin Stizz turned heads with his 2015 mixtape Suffolk County. He followed that release up with the highly emotional MONDA,  an album he devoted to his friend, a cancer…
  2. Find the Biggest, Highest-Def Screen You Can and Go See 'Blade Runner 2049'

    10.06 / 04:36 clevescene.com Clevescene.com - Cleveland
    Blade Runner 2049 opens this evening, and you should postpone all life events, up to and including the viewing of professional baseball and the birth of your children, to see it on the biggest, best possible screen available. Locally, that means getting your butt to the XD theater at Valley View or the IMAX screen at Crocker…
  3. With Downtown Display, Groups Call Out Sen. Rob Portman's Silence on DREAM Act

    10.06 / 04:36 clevescene.com Clevescene.com - Cleveland
    Several Northeast Ohio groups got together in a show of solidarity with the nation's Dreamers today, stretching paper figures around Willard Park and calling on Sen. Rob Portman to get involved with the DREAM Act legislation in…
  4. Mariah Carey's Holiday Tour Coming to Hard Rock Live in November

    10.06 / 04:36 clevescene.com Clevescene.com - Cleveland
    The best-selling female artist of all time (she’s sold more than 200 million albums to date and had 18 Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 singles), singer Mariah Carey has an erratic track record when it comes to live performances. She received some particularly bad press after an audio glitch disrupted her performance on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest during her rendition of her hit…
  5. First Look: Parnell's Pub in Cedar-Fairmount, Opening Tonight

    10.06 / 04:36 clevescene.com Clevescene.com - Cleveland
    On September 21, the last shots of Jameson Irish Whiskey were poured, pondered and consumed at Parnell’s Pub on Lee Road, which began life 20 years ago as the Charles Stewart Parnell's Pub. Over the years, owner Declan Synnott has expanded, remodeled and contracted the bar, a fixture that sat shoulder to shoulder with the Cedar Lee Theatre since…
  6. Listen: Leon Bridges, Gary Clark Jr. and Jon Batiste's New 'Ohio' Cover is Here to Make You Weep

    10.04 / 20:31 clevescene.com Clevescene.com - Cleveland
    Leave it to Leon Bridges, Gary Clark Jr. and Jon Batiste to make a new cover of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young's "Ohio" that feels as much rooted in American history as it does inspired from current events. “It’s…
  7. Tuesday’s Playhouse Square Show Represents a Homecoming for Northeast Ohio Native Rhea Butcher

    10.04 / 20:31 clevescene.com Clevescene.com - Cleveland
    An Ohio native, comedian Rhea Butcher returns to her home state with her wife and fellow comedian Cameron Esposito on Oct. 10 for a show at the Ohio Theatre, part of their multi-city Back To Back standup tour. The two are the creators and stars of the hit TV comedy series Take My Wife, the first TV show co-created and co-starring a gay married…
  8. Frank Jackson Will Only Participate in City Club's Mayoral Debate

    10.04 / 20:31 clevescene.com Clevescene.com - Cleveland
    Before the Cleveland mayoral election on Nov. 7, voters will have one, and only one, opportunity to see the two candidates go head-to-head in a debate. At noon on Oct. 19, 12-year incumbent Frank Jackson will debate his opponent, "Safety First" Councilman Zack Reed, at the City Club. As at the primary debate in August, the event will be moderated by ideastream's Rick…
  9. How Dan Gilbert Scored Up to $1 Billion in Taxpayer Money From Michigan

    10.04 / 18:24 clevescene.com Clevescene.com - Cleveland
    Dan Gilbert isn't just after taxpayer money in Cleveland. In fact, the dough the city of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County coughed over for the Q transformation deal pales in comparison to what Michigan is offering the billionaire for a variety of projects up…
  10. Crestwood Football Program Still Suspended, Friday Game Canceled

    10.04 / 15:22 clevescene.com Clevescene.com - Cleveland
    The Crestwood High School football program remains suspended, Superintendent David Toth announced Tuesday, meaning Friday's home game against Garrettsville has been canceled. This is the second week that the Crestwood football team won't take the field due to an ongoing investigation of alleged student…
  11. On Location at Progressive Field — The A to Z Podcast With Andre Knott and Zac Jackson

    10.04 / 15:22 clevescene.com Clevescene.com - Cleveland
    It's the all baseball — well, mostly — edition of the A to Z Podcast. Andre and Zac talk Indians and MLB Playoffs with Jim Rosenhaus of the Indians Radio Network and Zack Meisel of The…
  12. The Pixies Deliver a Career-Spanning Set at the Agora Theatre

    10.04 / 14:10 clevescene.com Clevescene.com - Cleveland
    Two years ago, when the Pixies played here before a capacity crowd at Masonic Auditorium, the indie rock band’s PR team sent us a note saying, “For this show, Pixies will pretty much be playing what they want when they want.” That mentality also held true for last night’s nearly two-hour performance in front of a crowd that filled about three quarters of the Agora Theatre. The well-executed show found the veteran indie rock act digging deep into its…