Cleveland, Ohio – The 13th annual IngenuityFest will return to the former factory that housed the arts, technology and culture festival in 2016 for a second year. The 2017 IngenuityFest will take place Friday, Sept. 22 to Sunday, Sept. 24 at the former Osborn Industrial Complex, now called IngenuityLabs and the Hamilton Collaborative, at 5401 Hamilton Avenue in the St Clair-Superior area.
Chicago -- Wait, did someone leave a guitar in our room? No, that Martin is for us. At least for the night. In-room guitars, vinyl LPs and record players are just some of the in-room accouterments at the new Ace Hotel in Chicago. You're free to play them all weekend (as long you don't disturb the neighbors too late, or course.) The 10th hotel in the hip, Portland, Oregon-based chain opened earlier this month in the Fulton Market/West Loop area of Chicago.
Cleveland, Ohio - There's no excuse for not getting out and exploring Cleveland this weekend. The Sparx City Hop will be transporting art and music and history fans throughout the city at no cost from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday on a citywide gallery trolley hop. This year will mark the 15th year of Sparx, the Downtown Cleveland Alliance's signature event. "Sparx is an annual celebration of art and culture in Cleveland," says Meghan Paynter, the alliance's communications manager.
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Selecting a term
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