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OPA will not go out of business, as its arts programs are self-funded and managed separately from the building fund, its executive director said. And regardless of whether or not the $99,000 is raised, OPA’s 2015 schedule of plays and musicals will go on as scheduled at its current facility.
For a decade in the early 20th century, Johnny Kilbane held the world featherweight boxing title. When the Cleveland native returned from the 1912 contest in California in which he won the title, 200,000 people lined the street to welcome him back.
The musical comedy, a retelling of the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale “The Princess and the Pea,” was first performed on Broadway in 1959.
Olmsted Falls Courtesy of Baldwin Wallace University Jeff Miller, a 1996 graduate of BW, began his fifth year in the Yellow Jackets’ Office of Sports Information in 2014-2015. He was named the Associate Director of Sports Information on July 1, after serving his previous four years as the Assistant Sports Information Director. Miller, a native […]