Monthly Archives: November, 2012
Clague Playhouse has a beautiful early Christmas gift for theater lovers. It’s “A Broadway Christmas Carol.” The show’s concept is to take Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” and write parodies of well-known musical show tunes for the music. The result is a gem of a show. A tight-knit cast of four has Mark Seven as [...]
By Stefanie Kilnapp Powerlifting Westlake native Cory Blackburn, a graduate of Lutheran West High School, is a proud member of the Ashland University powerlifting club. Powerlifting is a sport that is based around strengths in three major events: squat, bench press and dead lift. At meets, the contestants get three attempts at each lift, to [...]
Rocky River By Sue Botos After serving six years as president of Magnificat High School, Sister Carol Anne Smith, H.M., has announced that this will be her last year at the school’s helm. Smith informed Magnificat faculty and staff in an address on Nov. 20. In her statement, Smith recalled the mission of the school, [...]
American Greetings announced Wednesday that is delaying its plans to build a new headquarters at Crocker park in Westlake. The cause of the delay is a bid by the management group to take the publicly traded cardmaker private.