Cleveland Orchestra, Arts and Culture Organizations Get More SBA Support as Ohio Funding Tops $313 Million

Ohio arts and cultural businesses have received more than $313 million through the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program

More than $100 million of those federal dollars have been granted to Northeast Ohio venues and operators, shuttered in part or completely during the pandemic.  

The Small Business Administration is now providing supplemental dollars beyond the initial grants issued earlier this year. The Cleveland Metroparks will receive an additional $3 million beyond its initial grant of $6 million. The Musical Arts Association, which operates the Cleveland Orchestra, will receive an additional $2 million, bringing its total to $8 million. The orchestra returns to Severance for live audiences Thursday to open its season.

Other local recipients getting supplemental dollars include the Music Box Supper Club ($1,232,242), Beachland Ballroom ($476,394) and Karamu House ($196,136).

“To see $100 million coming both for non-profits and for-profit, small businesses like the Happy Dog

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Myles Garrett praises ‘scary’ Cleveland Browns defense

CLEVELAND — Myles Garrett helped bring a work of art to downtown Cleveland.

He’s also planning to create a defensive masterpiece with his new teammates.

On Thursday afternoon, Garrett briefly discussed the moves general manager Andrew Berry has made this offseason in an effort to upgrade every level of a defense the Browns hope will be good enough to propel them to the Super Bowl. End Jadeveon Clowney and safety John Johnson III headline the list of six newcomers Berry has added to the defense since free agency began in mid-March.

“I think we can do a lot,” Garrett, an All-Pro end, said of the revamped defense. “I don’t know what we’re doing in the [April 29-May 1] draft. But with the pieces we have now, I think we’ll be very scary. So I’m looking forward to it, getting on the field, taking the ball away and putting it back

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Immersive Van Gogh Experience Cleveland info

CLEVELAND — Editor’s note: the video in the player above is from a story published by WKYC’s sister station, KHOU. 

Looking for something fun to do this year in Cleveland? We have something you will definitely want to “Van Gogh” to!

The Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit is coming to Northeast Ohio and bringing art and culture with it. 

“From creators of the blockbuster exhibit seen by over 2 million visitors in Paris and after a sold-out run in Toronto, the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit makes its mark at a historic venue in the heart of Cleveland,” the Van Gogh Exhibit website says.

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The dates for the exhibit have yet to be announced, but the art exhibitions website says that it will arrive in Northeast Ohio sometime soon. 

“Lose yourself in 500,000 cubic feet of monumental projections animating Vincent van Gogh’s

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