Posted Thursday, February 28, 2013
Dee Perry shares her interview with rising literary star Attica Locke, author of the acclaimed new thriller - The Cutting Season - who comes to the Cuyahoga County Public Library Warrensville Branch tonight. Plus, Charlie Fee is raising Noel Coward's ghost - Blithe Spirit - at Great Lakes Theater. And we meet local artist Jimmy Kuehnle who rides his improbable bicycle through Cleveland's west side tomorrow night for SPACES Gallery.
Jimmy Kuehnle. “Twinkling Tricycle Tour of Enchantment.” 2012, Photo by Rob Muller. Courtesy of the artist.
Arts and Culture, Literature, Sculpture, Theatre
Attica Locke, author
Charlie Fee, director
Jimmy Kuehnle, artist
Jimmy Kuehnle rides his twinkling tricycle this Friday night (3/1) from SPACES starting at 6:30 PM, going west on Detroit to Gordon Square. He will ride around Gordon Square for awhile, and then head south on West 65 to Lorain. He’ll head east on Lorain to West 25th, and then go north on West 25th back to SPACES.
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