Sixty Years and Counting: ICA

A must see: Do you remember that over at the Intermuseum Conservation Association (ICA), they were going to launch an online exhibit to celebrate its sixtieth birthday this year? In case you haven’t seen it yet, here are the details. In honor of its sixtieth birthday, the ICA decided to celebrate in a very public…

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The Iconic Sterling Lindner Davis Christmas Trees

If you’ve spent any amount of time in Cleveland for the Christmas holiday season, no doubt you’ve heard of the spectacularly huge Sterling Lindner Davis Christmas trees of the downtown store. Although the store closed in 1968 (and the building was torn down to become a parking lot- one of the city of Cleveland’s poorer…

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Ameritrust Rotunda Closeup

Yes, the Ameritrust Rotunda is every bit as beautiful as the reputation that precedes it.

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A Cleveland Treat: the Rockefeller Greenhouse

How many times have you driven down MLK Blvd., past the Rockefeller Greenhouse sign, and kept going right onto the freeway? Next time, make that turn and visit the Rockefeller Greenhouse, one of Cleveland’s treasures hidden in plain view. And it is yet another free activity available to us all.

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