Monthly Archives: November, 2012
Our local gem of a professional theater, convergence-continuum, usually produces obscure shows and does so brilliantly. Once a year, it selects a “classic” piece of theater, usually from the 20th century. This year, its season-ending production is Sam Shepard’s “True West.” Directed by Clyde Simon, the production is true to the intentions of the playwright, and shows that […]
It would be an oversimplification to say that “Winter Wonderettes” is the best holiday musical revue set in a hardware store that I have ever seen. That would not be fair to the production. In fact, “Winter Wonderettes” has a tight collection of well-known and not-well-known holiday songs woven into a loose dramatic structure. It is […]
Patrons access SearchOhio by first searching Porter’s online catalog. The results page includes a link at the upper right. Clicking on that continues the search among the 20 other library systems without the user having to retype search terms.
By Jeff Gallatin BAY VILLAGE City workers continue to work on cleaning up the mess left at the Bay Village sewage pump stations in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Mayor Debbie Sutherland said as of Nov. 21, work on restoring all the pumps at the Longbeach and Huntington pump stations had already gotten under way. […]