‘Tis Cleveland is giving away tickets to the Skyline After Party for those readers who comment on this post with what they think is our city’s greatest asset! We’ll vote on the best answer and select the winner this weekend. We also have some Ingenuity t-shirts to give away as well.
We think it’s important to rediscover, remember and regain an appreciation for what makes Cleveland so special to our communities after all that’s happened recently. We love our city and know that it is made up than much more than one man. WE MAKE CLEVELAND AMAZING!
This was a great event which filled the Coventry area with tons of people. It should get everyone excited for what is to come in September with the Ingenuity Festival. In the mean time we will try and keep you posted on the different Festivals that are going on in the area throughout the summer.
Our thoughts go out to Jeff Chiplis, a talent artist and friend of Ingenuity. Jeff was shot twice while walking back to his home in Tremont from the Flats last weekend. Jeff’s work using neon tubes has been gained international attention. He created the iconic Ingenuity neon sign that so many people enjoyed at Ingenuity events through the years.
There is a pretty thorough round up about what happened to Jeff and his recovery at Walking on Thin Ice.
Don’t forget, tomorrow is the official blogger tour of the Detroit Superior Bridge.
Saturday, April 17 at 10 am.
James Levin, the artistic director, will be conducting the tour and answering any questions you have. Feel free to be bring cameras or other recording devices. We’ll also have the Executive Director, Paula Grooms along and some board members as well.
The tour usually takes about an hour and a half and there’s a lot of walking so come prepared for that.
We’ll be entering the bridge from the West Side. You can park at the Engineers Service Garage on the Superior Viaduct, across from St Malachai Church — see the map below.