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1976: The Year Cleveland Became Bomb City, USA

In 1976, Cleveland was the most bombed city in the United States. The assassination and vandalism bombings that had been on the rise throughout the decade culminated in this particularly violent year—leading the national news to dub Cleveland “Bomb City, USA.” According to a Plain Dealer article from this era, “Bombing Business Booming Here,” Cleveland’s national ranking in bomb crimes…

Collinwood

856 East 152nd StreetCleveland, OH 44110Phone: 216-623-6934Email: Collinwood.Branch@cpl.orgManager: Caroline Peak Hours About The Collinwood Branch is located within close proximity to the Fifth District Cleveland Police Station and a United States Post Office. The branch offers free wifi and public computers with Internet access. Printing, copying, scanning, and faxing services are available for a fee. History & Architecture Opened in…

Meet Robin Yocum, Author of A Brilliant Death

Yocum - A Brilliant Death

On Thursday October 26, 2017, Literary Cleveland and Ohio Center for the Book continue Read Ohio with award-winning author Robin Yocum. Yocum will read and discuss his book, the 2017 Edgar® Award-nominated, A Brilliant Death. Read Ohio is an author talk and book discussion series hosted by Literary Cleveland, in partnership with the Ohio Center for the Book at Cleveland Public…

Author: Ayana Gray brings Beasts of Prey to the Cleveland Zoo

In celebration of Cleveland Book Week, Cleveland Public Library presents author Ayana Gray for a book discussion about her much-anticipated series, Beasts of Prey, in the breathtaking Rainforest at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo on Wednesday, September 29 | 6:30 p.m. Gray is a lover of monsters, mythos, and #MelaninMagic. Her debut novel, Beasts of Prey, is about the fate that…

2018 Rock Hall of Fame Inductee:  Nina Simone (1933-2003)

Nina Simone is a 2018 Rock Hall of Fame Inductee. She made a name for herself around the clubs in Harlem and Greenwich Village as a pianist and vocalist. Her style was unique and hard to classify because she blended jazz, folk and show tunes with classical styling. Langston Hughes (1902-1967) became one of her mentors and introduced her to…