By Sue Botos Rocky River What’s one of the best ways to celebrate Earth Day on Friday? Local master gardeners advise: “Go native.” “Native plants occur naturally and may have been around for 250 years without human interference,” master gardener Susan Hildebrandt told an audience during a recent presentation at the Rocky River Public Library. […]
A symphony said to musically reflect Joseph Stalin’s dictatorship of the Soviet Union headlines the Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestra’s concert Saturday night at the Westlake Schools Performing Arts Center.
By Sue Botos Rocky River As the author of children’s books for 40 years, a few generations have grown up with James Howe’s tales. This was obvious as a group of parents and children gathered at the Rocky River Public Library recently to hear Howe talk about his career, and especially his beloved “Bunnicula” series. […]
Formed in Baltimore in December 1774 as an independent militia to defend Maryland’s interests from the British, the volunteer outfit became a key component of the Continental Army.