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Fri. 27

Cleveland Critical Mass

Grab your bike and head downtown for this month’s Cleveland Critical Mass ride. CCM is a group of Clevelanders who come together to ride around the city, usually ending up in the Tremont area. Votes for the end location are accepted on their Facebook page, and Major Hoopples is currently in the lead.

Location: Meet at southwestern quadrant of Public Square

Time: 7 p.m.

Price: FREE


Sat. 28

CWRU Ice Hockey

Haven’t been to a Spartan ice hockey game yet this season? This is your last chance to get in on all the hard-hitting action. The club will play their final game of the season against Fredonia.

Location: Cleveland Heights Recreational Center, 1 Monticello Blvd.

Time: 8:30 p.m.

Price: FREE


Sat. 28

All You Need is Love (and Food)

Throw on that ratty Beatles tee to enjoy some good food and tunes while raising hunger awareness in Lakewood. Dozens of local musicians will be performing Beatles songs to raise money for Trinity Lakewood Community Outreach, one of the fastest-growing hunger-relief organizations in Lakewood.

Location: Lakewood Masonic Temple, 15300 Detroit Ave.

Time: 7-10 p.m.

Price: $10 suggested donation


Sun. 29

Avant-Garde Arts & Crafts Show

You were going to spend that money on a video game or some new boots anyway, so why not instead get something one-of-a-kind to pretty up your living space (or yourself), all while helping families affected by cancer? Over 100 vendors will have hand-made/upcycled goods from stained glass to CLE T-shirts.

Location: Wagner’s Country Inn, 30855 Center Ridge Rd, Westlake

Time: 10 5 p.m.

Price: FREE


Mon. 30

Panduhmonium Open Mic

Release some of your creative energy at a laid-back, acoustic, open-mic night to start your week. Panduhmonium hosts open-mics Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays at different locations, each with a different vibe.

Location: MoCa, 10435 Clifton Blvd.

Time: 7 p.m.

Price: FREE


Tues. 31

Let the Chips Fall

Abstract art often leaves the observer uncomfortably confused – and we want answers. Artist Bob Peck recognizes our desire for conclusions and forces his viewers not only to be left without answers, but to be content with it. He paints in an expressionist style that is abstract, but not over the top.

Location: William Rupnik Gallery, 1117 Euclid Ave.

Time: 12 to 4 p.m.

Price: FREE


Thu. 2

“Texas Chainsaw Musical”

Black Canvas Theatre isn’t trying to scare you away, we promise. The comedy/horror show is loosely based on the story of Ed Gein (the inspiration for “Psycho”) and has nothing to do with “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.” The show is more of an adult rock musical set in the 1970s. But wait – who said bellbottoms weren’t scary?

Location: Blank Canvas Theatre, 78th Street Studios, Suite 211, 1301 W. 78th St.

Time: 8 p.m.

Price: $15

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