Orchestra expands its summer concert offerings with three Friday nights at Severance Hall
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Monday, June 2,
Sidney, Ohio – May 13, 2014 – Everything, or at least most things, are always better outside, right?
Presentation made during annual safety awareness event
A visiting cardiologist from Michigan and a team of representatives from the Detroit Zoo helped Cleveland Metroparks Zoo's Zoological Programs staff perform cardiac ultrasounds and other health checks on two of the Zoo's Bornean orangutans today.
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio (May 27, 2014) –The Ohio wine and grape industry today released its 2012 Economic Impact report, which finds that Ohio’s grape and wine industry has a significant impact of $786 million on the state’s economy, a 34 percent increase from the 2008 economic study released in 2010.
Columbus, Ohio, May 21, 2014 – Tuesday, Ohio launched an innovative, local-delivery public health dashboard to enhance health decision-making. This will help provide community stakeholders, providers, payers, families and individuals with key public health data and resources in an easy-to-read format.
OHIO EMA WORKS WITH LOCAL COMMUNITIES AS RECOVERY CONTINUES AFTER STORMS COLUMBUS–As residents across Ohio continue to recover from damage and flooding caused by last week’s severe storms, fiel
COLUMBUS–As residents across Ohio continue to recover from damage and flooding caused by last week’s severe storms, field staff from the Ohio Emergency Management Agency are assisting county EMAs in assessing the damage.
(POMEROY, Ohio) -- As part of his Ohio Unsolved Homicides Initiative, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is asking for information regarding the shooting death of a Dayton man that happened 22 years ago.
More than 450 Individuals Are Currently Listed as Missing in Ohio
(COLUMBUS, Ohio) -- In advance of National Missing Children's Day on Sunday, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today released the 2013 Ohio Missing Children Clearinghouse Report, which documents that 18,599 children were reported missing in Ohio in 2013.
Even as the epidemic skyrockets, the rate of diabetes-related complications drops
Staying away from the wrong foods can help folks with type 2 diabetes gain better blood sugar control.
Thursday April 17 Glimpse Duo with Mike Sopko / Hamir Atwal 8 PM $10 Modern Jazz Duo from San Francisco, California featuring Shaker Hts. native Mike Sopko-guitar, & Hamir Atwal-drums & percussion. *New* Monday, May 5 Baldwin Wallace Musical Theater Program 7 PM $10. Next Generation of Musical Theater Talent takes the Stage at Nighttown! *New* Fri. & Sat., May 30 & 31 Vanessa Rubin / Don Braden Organ Quartet 8:30 PM $25. Dynamic Cleveland Vocalist and NYC Saxophonist debut music from their new CD live at Nighttown! Featuring: Kyle Koehler-organ, & Cecil Brooks-drums. *New* Sunday, June 1 Dan White Sextet + 1 3 PM $10. Rising Saxophonist Dan White leads his All-Star NYC/Columbus group for Cleveland debut at Nighttown! With special guest Theron Brown on piano. Special Matinee show! *New* Sunday, June 1 Balkan Strings 7 PM $15. All-Star Acoustic Guitar Trio from Belgrade, Serbia on US Tour. BALKAN JAZZ-SWING-WORLD FUSION & MORE…LIVE AT NIGHTTOWN!
Hospice of the Western Reserve is seeking volunteers to assist in private residences, nursing homes, assisted living communities, our two Hospice House locations, and hospital settings. As a vital part of Hospice of the Western Reserve’s team, volunteers come from all walks of life, and have a variety of skills, talents and abilities. Opportunities to serve are diverse: visit patients and families to provide companionship, socialization, and comfort, help with legacy work, transportation, light housework, meal preparation, run errands, make phone calls, help with clerical work, attend health fairs, make a presentation. Volunteers with specialized professional qualifications and training are also needed: attorneys, licensed hair dressers, massotherapists, pet therapy dogs and their handlers.
WASHINGTON - The Internal Revenue Service today released the 2014 version of "The Truth about Frivolous Tax Arguments." The document describes and responds to some of the common frivolous tax arguments made by those who oppose compliance with federal tax laws. The cases cited demonstrate how frivolous arguments are treated by the IRS and the courts. The 2014 version includes numerous recently-decided cases that demonstrate that the courts continue to regard such arguments as illegitimate.
The Akron Zoo and Hattie Larlham are pleased to announce a newly formed partnership, Hattie’s Gardens at the Akron Zoo. Hattie’s Gardens will transform two acres of unused land at the Akron Zoo into sustainable gardens that grow chemical-free produce for Akron and Northeast Ohio residents. The partnership will focus on making healthy eating possible through accessibility, affordability and environmental responsibility. Hattie’s Gardens is a Hattie Larlham vocational program that employs adults with developmental disabilities. The garden site project will begin in April for the 2014 growing season. A community celebration is planned for the end of June.
WASHINGTON, USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the availability of more than $19 million in grants to help train, educate and enhance the sustainability of the next generation of agricultural producers through the Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program (BFRDP).
Partnership between Ohio Development Services Agency, Ohio State’s Fisher earns prestigious NASBITE International award
The Ohio Export Internship Program, in collaboration with the Ohio Development Services Agency and Ohio State’s Fisher College of Business, was recently honored with the 2014 International Program Excellence Award by the National Association of Small Business International Trade Educators (NASBITE) at its annual conference in Memphis, Tenn.
Home to the world’s largest basket and largest Native American earthworks and celebrating 100 years of ice cream
Newark, Ohio – Since 1808 when Licking County officially became the 29th Ohio County, it’s been welcoming visitors to escape the confines of their everyday lives and spend time exploring nearly 700 square miles of some of the best of the American Heartland.
MAURICE HINES IS TAPPIN’ THRU LIFE APRIL 26 FROM 3-7 PM
CLEVELAND, OH (April 11, 2014) Cleveland Play House (CPH) will hold youth auditions on April 26 for their upcoming world premiere production of Maurice Hines is Tappin’ Thru Life. Starring dance legend Maurice Hines, this explosive production will pay tribute to the late Gregory Hines and a number of showbiz forerunners including Frank Sinatra, Duke Ellington and Nat King Cole. Featuring contemporary tap icons The Manzari Brothers, and backed by the sizzling 9-piece band The Diva Orchestra, the evening will culminate in a tap-dancing extravaganza. Co-produced with Alliance Theatre and Arena Stage, Maurice Hines is Tappin’ Thru Life will dance its way onto PlayhouseSquare’s Allen Theatre stage May 30 – June 29