Friday, September 11
Providence House is hosting an event you can’t say no to. To support their mission of serving babies and children in risk of abuse and neglect, they are hosting the 2015 pARTy with PHriends. They’re auctioning art made by children and providing a wine and beer sampling (and teasing “a few other surprises in store!” Start your weekend off doing something incredible for a good cause!
Saturday, September 12
The original script to “Freud” (1962) was written by Jean-Paul Sartre. This rare screening of this never-released-to-VHS-or-DVD John Huston film is at CIA’s Cinematheque in their new Euclid Avenue building.
Sunday, September 13
To quote the website, “The upstairs Apartment of Mahall’s will offer GREAT and AFFORDABLE comedic options for the the comedy fan on a budget!” You just have to see these comics’ pictures. And head over to this weekend of comedy before it ends on Sunday.
Monday, September 14
Oh my god, this is amazing. Disney movies all this month on the big screen!? Cinemark at Valley View is one of six movie theaters in the country screening a bunch of your guilty pleasures over the next few weeks. (You missed princess week. Sorry.)
Tuesday, September 15
The Cleveland Public Library series Cosmopolitan Comics continues every other Tuesday of each month. Comic wiz Valentino Zullo (Cleveland’s own) curates the topics focusing on life’s deeper conversations as told through images and speech bubbles.
Wednesday, September 16
William Shakespeare’s Star Wars is an actual series, if you didn’t know. The Learned Owl in Hudson is bringing author Ian Doescher to the area and the Hudson Players will perform a dramatic reading. It’s a drive but something tells us this will be worth it.
Thursday, September 17
Ten years ago, Cleveland Heights was the first city to appoint a poet as “laureate” in the state of Ohio. (Oh, God, what would Harvey say? (https://beltmag.com/