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« Thursday February 23, 2006 »
Start: 4:00 pm
End: 6:00 pm

Cleveland Iron Workers, Members of Local 17 at Work -  An Exhibition of Photographs by Steve Cagan, reknowned photographer and Northeast Ohioan.
  "Cleveland Iron Workers, Members of Local 17 at Work" is drawn from his project, "Working Ohio".

Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs

Glickman-Miller Hall, Thomas F. Campbell, PhD Exhibition Gallery

Register on line at or by calling 216-523-7330. Link to a printable invitation here:

Steve Cagan's photo exhibit runs from February 6 through May 15, 2006.   Gallery hours are 9:00 am - 9:00 pm daily.

Steve Cagan has exhibited his photographs locally, nationally, and internationally. This exhibit focuses on Cleveland Iron Workers, Members of Local 17 at Work is drawn from his project, Working Ohio.

for more info: 216-523-7330    (Info [at] urban [dot] csuohio [dot] edu)

Start: 4:30 pm
End: 6:30 pm
Green Chemistry Institute leader's talk launches 2006 series

More and more chemists are "going green"—thinking about the environment when they design new molecules, compounds and products. Paul Anastas, director of the American Chemical Society's Green Chemistry Institute, will give the first of a series of talks on this theme when he leads off the Frontiers in Chemistry Colloquium at Case Western Reserve University on Thursday, February 23, at 4:30 p.m. in the Goodyear Lecture Hall of the Agnar Pytte Science Center on Adelbert Road. This free, public event, sponsored by the Case chemistry department and Engelhard, is geared toward a general audience interested in learning how chemists are working for a safer environment.

Start: 9:00 pm
End: 11:00 pm

Heads up - A.J. Rocco's is serving up a huge portion of unplugged Reggae around 9 PM tonight only - Carlos Jones!! FREE!

From the Carlos Jones website at

"Carlos Jones is to Cleveland reggae what Jim Brown is to Cleveland running backs: the undisputed champ. With Jones at the forefront of the scene for more than 25 years -- first in I-Tal, then in First Light -- this city's reggae following was practically built upon his back. Devoutly spiritual, Jones is a Bob Marley devotee who eschews dancehall for galvanized roots-reggae. Jones and his PLUS Band were voted Best Live Act at the 2004 Scene Music Awards and Best Reggae / World Act for 2005, and they maintain a hectic pace of gigging, playing out every single weekend. As a result, the band's soulful riddims have made it one of Cleveland's top draws for close to a decade." Cleveland Scene Magazine August 3, 2005