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Feb. 6 — Citizen Cope, evening, the House of Blues in Cleveland.

Feb. 7 — Avant, evening, House of Blues in downtown Cleveland.

Feb. 7 — Black Watch and the Band of Scots Guards, 8 p.m., Playhouse Square on Euclid Avenue.

Feb. 8 — Trippin Billies, evening, the House of Blues in Cleveland.

Feb. 8 — Cleveland Pops Orchestra, 8 p.m., Severance Hall, Euclid Ave and East Blvd.,Cleveland.

Feb. 9 — 17th annual Tri-C High School Rock Off, House of Blues.

Feb. 9 — Akron Symphony performs Bach’s Brandenburgs, 8 p.m., E.J. Thomas Hall, Univ. of Akron.

Feb. 9 — Evolution (Eric Clapton tribute), evening, Tangier in Akron.

Feb. 9-10, 14-16 — Cleveland Orchestra, 8 p.m. except 3 p.m. Feb. 10, Severance Hall in Cleveland.

Feb. 10 — Dark Star Orchestra, evening, House of Blues in Cleveland.

Feb. 11 — Take Action, The Used, evening, House of Blues on Euclid Avenue in downtown Cleveland.

Feb. 15 — Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, 7:30 and 9:30, the Tangier, W. Market Street in Akron.

Feb. 15 — George Clinton, Parliament Funkadelic, evening, House of Blues in downtown Cleveland.

Feb. 15-16 — “Yesterday Once More: A Carpenters Cabaret, 8 p.m., Stocker Arts Center at Lorain County Community College, Elyria.

Feb. 16 — Jersey, evening, the Kent Stage, East Main Street.

Feb. 16 — The Association, 8 p.m., the Tangier, W. Market, Akron.

Feb. 17 — Matchbox Twenty, Akron Civic Theater, downtown.

Feb. 17 — Con Funk Shun, 7 and 9 p.m., the Taniger in Akron.

Feb. 19 — Passion Pity, Matt and Kim, evening, Cleveland Masonic Auditorium, E. 36th St., Cleveland.

Feb. 21-24, Feb. 28-March 2, April 4-6, May 9-10 — Cleveland Orchestra, times vary, Severance Hall, Euclid Ave. in Cleveland.

Feb. 21 — Dropkick Murphys, evening, House of Blues in Cleveland.

Feb. 22 — Daryl Hall, John Oates, evening, the Akron Civic Theater, South Main in downtown Akron.

Feb. 23 — Alex Bevin’s Put-in-Bay Party, evening, Kent Stage.

Feb. 23 — Akron Symphony gospel show, evening, E.J. Thomas Hall.

Feb. 24 — The Chieftains, evening, Playhouse Square in Cleveland.

Feb. 27 — Pentatonix, evening, the House of Blues in cleveland.

Feb. 28 — Muse, 7 p.m., the Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland.

March 1-2 — The Great American Songbook and More, 8 p.m., Stocker Arts Center, Lorain County Community College campus, Elyria.

March 2 — Glass Harp, evening, Kent Stage on East Main Street.


Now-Feb. 10 — “Les Miserables,” Palace Theater at Playhouse Square, Euclid Ave., downtown Cleveland. Now-Feb. 16 — “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” 8 p.m., Fridays-Saturdays, Aurora Community Theatre.

Now-Feb. 17 — “Black Coffee,” Coach House Theater in Akron.

Now-Feb. 17 — “You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up,”14th Street Theater, E. 14th St, downtown Cleveland.

Now-Feb. 23 — “Something’s Afoot,” Friday-Saturday nights with a matinee on Feb. 17, Barlow Community Center, Oviatt St., Hudson.

Now-Feb. 24 — “A Star Ain’t Nothing But a Hole in Heaven,” Karamu House, E. 89th St., Cleveland.

Feb. 7-24 — “Flyin’ West,” the Weathervane Playhouse, the Merriman Valley, northside of Akron.

Feb. 8-9, 15-17, 22-23 — “The Marvellous Wonderettes,” 8 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays, 2:30 p.m. Feb. 17, Stow Players at Heritage Barn.

Feb. 12-17 — Blue Man Group, Playhouse Square Center in Cleveland.

Feb. 15-16 — Stomp, E.J. Thomas Hall on University of Akron’s campus.

Feb. 15-16 — Helen Welch cabaret, Stocker Arts Center at Lorain County Community College, Elyria.

Feb. 15-24 — “Spring Awakening,” the Kent State University School of Theater, campus in Kent.

Feb. 15-March 10 — “The Devil’s Music,” Allen Theater in Cleveland.

Feb. 21 — Ghost Hunters Live, 7:30 p.m., Playhouse Square Center.

Feb. 22-March 17 — “Sons of the Prophet,” Dobama Theater, 2340 Lee Road in Cleveland Heights.

Feb. 24 — The Peking Acrobats, 3 p.m., Playhouse Square, Euclid Avenue in downtown Cleveland.

Feb. 27-March 2 — Opera theater at the Cleveland Institute of Music.

Feb. 28-March 17 — “Freud’s Last Session,” Actors’ Summit on High Street in downtown Akron.

March 1-April 21 — “Next to Normal,” the Beck Center in Lakewood.

March 5-6 — “Hair,” E.J. Thomas Hall on University of Akron’s campus.

March 5-17 — “Sister Act,” Playhouse Square, Euclid Avenue.

March 15-16, 22-23 — Last Call Cleveland, 7:30 p.m., 14th Street Theater, East 14th St. in Cleveland.


Currently — “Mystery of the Nile,” “Sea Rex” and “Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs,” the Omnimax Theater at the Great Lakes Science Center on Cleveland lakefront.

Currently — “Undress: Shaping Fashion and Private Life,” “Life, Thoughts & Garments: Linda Ohrn-McDaniel Recent Works,” “Resist: A World of Resist Dye Techniques,” “Fandemonium” and “Fashion Timeline,” the Kent State Museum, front campus at Kent State campus off East Main St., east of downtown Kent.

Currently — Exhibits include “Tying the Knot: Cleveland Wedding Fashions,” “Domare: The Art and History of Italian Stone Carving in Northeast Ohio,” “East vs. West: Cleveland, the Western Reserve and the Midwest,” “Shattered Dreams Revisited: The Death & Rebirth of the Midwest Industrial City” and Kidzbits Family Education Center, (Crawford Auto Museum has reopened), the Western Reserve Historical Society museum, University Circle off Euclid Ave.

Currently — “Adolph Gottlieb: Sculptor,” “Detroit Disassembled,” “Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsul,” “Robert Stivers: Veiled Image,” “New Artifacts: Works by Brent Kee Young and Sungsoo Kim” and “The Anniversary Show: Commemorative Art Through the Years,” the Akron Museum of Art, East Market Street.

Currently — “Studio Glass in Focus,” “DIY: Photographers and Books,” “Mary Cassatt and the Feminine Ideal in 19th Century Paris,” “Wari: Lords of the Ancient Andes,” William H. Johnson, Cleveland Museum of Art, East Blvd. in Univ. Circle area of east side Cleveland.

Currently — “50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic” through Jan. 13, “Whales-Tohor” through Jan. 27 and “Fieldwork: Soldiers, Sailors and Stones,” Cleveland Museum of Natural History, University Circle, east side Cleveland.

Currently — “Religion, Ritual and Performance in Modern and Contemporary Art” (through June 30, 2013), Allen Memorial Art Museum, tOberlin College campus, Oberlin.

Now-Feb. 10 — Great Big Home and Garden Show, the IX Center.

Now-Feb. 28 — “Pushing Our Boundaries” art quilt exhibition, the Solon Center for the Arts, SOM Center Road (Route 91) in Solon.

Now-April 28 — “Lost Egypt” special exhibit, Great Lakes Science Center, E. 9th on lakefront.

Feb. 15-17 — Monster Jam, the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.

Feb. 15-17 — Cleveland Golf Show, IX Center in southwest Cleveland.

Feb. 15-17 — Canton Hot Rod Show, Canton Civic Center, 1101 Market St. North, downtown Canton.

Feb. 21 — Syfy’s Jason Hawes, Ghost Hunter Live at Playhouse Square, Euclid Avenue, Cleveland.

Feb. 22-24 — Akron Home & Flower Show, John S. Knight Center, High St. in downtown Akron.

Feb. 23-28 — Cleveland Auto Show, IX Center near Hopkings Airport, southwest side of Cleveland.

March 3 — Road to Wrestlemania, 5 p.m., the Wolstein Center on Carnegie Avenue in Cleveland.

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