The Lakewood, Ohio, Car Kulture Show features hot rods from 1972 and earlier, customs, gassers, classics, and vintage race cars along with original and traditional chopper and bobber style motorcycles.
“I work with the material that shaped the industrial Midwest: steel. I create elegant and refined works using [...]
Cleveland's Roxy Burlesque Theater first opened its doors in 1931 on E. 9th Street, showcasing such risque performers as Blaze Starr, Irma the Body, and Tempest Storm -- to name just a few.
Rooms to Let: Cleveland returned to the Slavic Village neighborhood in Cleveland last Sat., May 16 and Sun., May 17. Artists created a temporary art exhibition using vacant homes as their medium.
Between March 18 and 29, over 100,000 people attended the 39th Cleveland International Film Festival. For this photo essay, we hung out outside the theaters and related venues, watched the filmgoers, directors, queuers and workers come and go.