Todd Burns makes good as Hollywood composer His award-winning music has been heard on TV for more than a decade, but before composer Todd Burns brought music to the ears of Hollywood, he honed his skills at the Lee University School of Music...
Local author to share WWII memoirs with public Dr. Charles G. Hawkins, the Cleveland resident who wrote “Borrowed Shoes,” a book about his efforts to understand the homeless by becoming homeless himself, has decided to write another eye-opening...
Young volunteer impacting lives in her community There are many reasons to volunteer: For fun, to give something back to the community, for school, for experience, to explore, to meet new people, to learn something new or just because it feels good.
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MELISSA SNYDER, Banner Lifestyles WriterCleveland Daily Banner
‘A Taste of Mystery’ serves delicious theater
The Tony award winning solve-it-yourself Broadway play, “The Mystery of Edwin Drood — The Musical,” will be performed live at the Museum Center at Five Points Friday and Saturday evening at 7:45 p....
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WILLIAM WRIGHT, Lifestyles EditorCleveland Daily Banner