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Start: 9:28 am
End: 9:28 pm

Cuyahoga Democratic Women's Caucus
Women Speak Out for Peace and Justice
"A Double Bill"

Thursday, October 16, 2008
Laborer's Local 310 Union Hall
3250 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115

At 7:00 pm: Cuyahoga Democratic Women's Caucus
Critical Issues Facing Ohio
Why National and International Policies Matter

Start: 8:30 am
End: 6:00 pm

Bioneers Conference 2008 Bioneers, now in its 19th year is an acclaimed leading-edge forum that features a solutions-based approach, connecting environment, social justice, health and spiritual networks.  For the second year, Great Lakes Bioneers—Cleveland will bring to Northeast Ohio the excitement and energy of the inspiring social and scientific innovators speaking at the national conference and a wide-ranging line-up of regional and local speakers, workshops and tours to communicate and celebrate the trailblazing work taking place in our region.  This year’s conference will emphasize water and the important and diverse role that it plays in the social, economic, and natural environment of the Great Lakes Region.   

Start: 5:42 pm
End: 5:42 pm

Get involved in the upcoming election!

Cuyahoga County Public Library and The City Club invite you to attend live interactive broadcasts of three select City Club debates.
The candidates will debate the issues LIVE from The City Club.


Start: 4:00 pm
End: 5:00 pm

Jay KrasnowThe Fine Arts Department is pleased to present a recital of rare piano works by Franz Liszt and others given by pianist Jay Krasnow on October 18th, 2008 at 4PM. The recital will take place on the 3rd floor lobby of Main Library (Fine Arts and Special Collections) and will last approximately an hour. This recital is free and open to all ages!


In late 2006, Mr. Krasnow commenced a series of recitals of rare late-period piano works by Ferenc (Franz) Liszt and his Hungarian colleagues from the 1860's onward. Some of the pieces bear the influence of ‘gypsy' (Hungarian ‘cigany') folk songs and dances and/or may not have been recorded, published, or even performed until the early 1990s at earliest.  One such performance may well have been the US premiere of the complete cycle of ‘studies for the left hand alone' by count Géza Zichy, a friend of Liszt. 

Please join us on October 18th, 2008 for a wonderful afternoon of piano music!

Start: 8:30 pm
End: 10:30 pm

Stonehill Auditorium, The Mandel Jewish Community Center of Cleveland
26001 South Woodland Rd, Beachwood OH 44122

Tickets $15
To purchase:
Visit The Mandel JCC
Call (866) 546-1358
Order on-line at
(Transaction fees will be added to phone and online orders.)