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Discover the ‘Unique Eats & Eateries of Cleveland’

Looking for new ideas on where to eat in Cleveland? Get suggestions from the gourmands who literally wrote the book. Fran Golden and David Molyneaux, authors of Unique Eats and Eateries of Cleveland, are visiting our Main Branch at 6:30 p.m. … Continue reading

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Akron during World War II

The city of Akron, Ohio, had an outsized impact during World War II. Its citizens served in Europe and the South Pacific. Goodyear built blimps that hunted Nazi submarines. And some of the city’s most renowned residents had a personal … Continue reading

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Celebrate Baseball in Cleveland

We’re celebrating the All-Star Game in Cleveland by hosting a trio of baseball historians, authors and fans for a special panel discussion. Scott Longert, Ken Krsolovic and Bryan Fritz will talk about the history of the Indians and baseball in Cleveland … Continue reading

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Feeling youthful at 91

Mary Dickman has been many things in her 91 years: a private pilot, cook, carpenter, seamstress, artist, world traveler, mother, wife and grandmother. Now she’s the author of The Legend of Mary Dickman, which tells the tale of her uncommon … Continue reading

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Les Roberts shares his love of John Steinbeck, ‘Gatsby’ & Bill Evans

Les Roberts — the author of more than two dozen novels, including the beloved Milan Jacovich series — has a lot of loves. In this interview, he shares his affection for John Steinbeck (specifically Grapes of Wrath), The Great Gatsby, jazz pianist Bill Evans, … Continue reading

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