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Playhouse Square to kick-off holiday season with Winterfest 2015

  The magic of the holiday season will be brought to life in downtown Cleveland on Saturday, Nov. 28 with the celebration of Winterfest 2015 at Playhouse Square.   Presented by Huntington Bank and sponsored by a number of Cleveland corporations, Winterfest 2015 will be a popular destination for anyone looking to celebrate the holiday…

Lionsgate to open “The Hunger Games” theme park

“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2” premieres in theaters on Friday, Nov. 20. This is the final installment of the Hunger Games series, based on the science fiction novels by Suzanne Collins. However, “The Hunger Games” franchise will not fade out after the release of the final movie, as Lionsgate Entertainment Corporation has announced their…

Broadway shows now on-demand

Broadway HD, a new subscription and on-demand service, was launched to bring Broadway to the Internet streaming world on Tuesday, Oct. 26.   The service was created in a collaboration from producers and spouses, Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley. Lane, a six-time Tony Award winner, has produced many successful works such as “War Horse”…

ABC Family channel changes its name to Freeform

  ABC Family President Tom Ascheim announced on Tuesday, Oct. 6 that the ABC Family will be changing its name to Freeform in January 2016.   The channel, originally known as CBN Satellite Service, has gone through many family-oriented names over the years, from the CBN Family Channel, to The Family Channel, and then the…

JCU welcomed MTV’s Julian McCulllough for homecoming weekend

John Carroll University’s Kulas Auditorium was graced with the presence of comedian Julian McCullough on Thursday, Oct. 1 to kick off Homecoming weekend.   McCullough, an actor, writer and former personality of MTV’s “Guy Code,” has appeared on “Inside Amy Schumer” and “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” and has written for “Love You, Mean…

“Violins of Hope” exhibition pays tribute to Holocaust

  The Maltz Museum in Beachwood, OH will be hosting several events in the near future as a part of the new exhibition, “Violins of Hope,” that will be running from Oct. 2 through Jan. 3.   In collaboration with Case Western Reserve University, The Cleveland Institute of Music, The Cleveland Orchestra, Facing History and…

SUPB brings murder mystery to life with dinner theater

  John Carroll University’s SUPB invited The Murder Mystery Company to provide a dinner and show event, a Murder Mystery Dinner Theater, in the LSC Conference room on Saturday, Sept. 12 for approximately seventy students.   The Murder Mystery Company, based in Michigan, performs 10 different themed shows with the help of twenty actors and…