Posted Thursday, August 9, 2012
We say farewell to a former Sears that became the home of the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland.
And we turn back the clock 100 years for a revealing look at Cleveland’s African American community through the lens of Allen E. Cole.
Plus we celebrate a century of free speech as we look at the Cleveland artist commissioned to create “Freedom of Speech” at the City Club.
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