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  • Posted September 26th 2022 MOVIE WEEKLY COUNTDOWN WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 23RD  2022 Myster/Thriller ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ takes over the #1 position pulling down $19.2 million this weekend. Viola Davis is still kicking as ‘The Woman King’ moves to the #2 spot with cumulative sales of  $36.3 million and believe it or not Zoe Saldana and the 2009 movie ‘Avatar jumped into the #3 position with $10 million added on to the $2.84 billion it pulled in in 2009.  That is what happened at the box office this past weekend! DON’T WORRY DARLINGTHE WOMAN KINGAVATARBARBARIANPEARL VIDEOS ON DEMAND BEASTDC LEAGUE OF SUPER PETSWIRE ROOMMACK & RITATHE BLACK PHONEGONE IN THE NIGHTABOUT FATENOPEFATHER STUDOG

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  •, By Ed Gallek, Posted September 26th 2022 The FOX 8 I-Team has found the Cleveland Browns going high-tech to get fans into the stadium more quickly and make sure no one gets in with anything dangerous. The teamused new technology at FirstEnergy Stadium at the pre-season game. This season, the Browns will use what’s called Evolv Technology to detect weapons and keep fans moving as they arrive at the stadium. Fans passing by the new sensors will not automatically have to be searched. Things to know before heading to the first Browns preseason home game The Browns explained the new security screening will be used at the two gates where most fans go inside, the Meijer Gate on the southwest corner and the University Hospitals gate on the southeast corner. Brandon Covert, VP of Information Technology, told the I-Team that most fans now will never have to stop for security screening. “You literally walk right through. 95% of fans will never have to slow down or stop for security screening. It’s very new-edge,” he said. Think of it this way. How many times have you gone to a big event and you’ve had to empty your pockets for security screening? With this new system, someone will scan your ticket and you walk in unless the system sends a signal saying you need to be stopped and checked. The I-Team asked how this really protects someone from a person with bad intent who wants to test the system. “It’s really just a new-age metal detector, but they’re much more sophisticated. They’re using For a couple of years already, the Browns have allowed fans to sign up to get in through facial recognition, never even having to show a ticket. The team started using the Wicket technology in 2020. But, the new security screening will be used for everyone going through the two main gates. The I-Team caught up with a Browns season ticketholder anxious to see the impact. “So, we’re happy to see this particularly if you’re running late,” Chris Becker said. “Have that ability that’s twofold. One, get you into the stadium quicker, and two, make sure someone’s not bringing something into the stadium that shouldn’t be brought into the stadium.” Covert put it simply, “It’s a much more efficient screening process.” The Browns say the new system was used during a big concert at the stadium last weekend and it worked well. Other large stadiums around the country are also moving toward this kind of security screening system.

The Arts Unplugged

  • Beck Center For The Arts, Posted September 23rd 2022 Beck Center For The Arts Announces The Thrilling, Heartwarming Play The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time Beck Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the award-winning production that will take you on a mysterious and touching journey, The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Night-Time. The Curious Incident of the Dog in The Night-Time is based on the 2003 best-selling novel by Mark Haddon, winner of over 17 literary awards. As a play, adapted by Simon Stephens, this piece won the 2015 Tony Award® for Best Play. This play centers around the character of Christopher, just 15 years old, who uses his extraordinary brain to solve the mystery of his neighbor’s dog’s death. This production comes to life on stage as Christopher uses his unique gifts to work through his distrust of strangers and fear of the unknown in this journey that Time magazine calls “life-affirming and unmissable.” Beck Center is honored to work with neurodivergent actor Maurice Kimball IV, who was last seen on stage at Beck Center in Billy Elliot. Director William Roudebush says, “Working with this gifted Neuro-diverse actor, Maurice Kimball, has been an unfolding, surprising revelation for me, as a director, as I begin to discover and unravel this unique mystery, adventure called The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Maurice quietly teaches me more and more each day of rehearsal. He informs the telling of this bountiful story. The rehearsal process challenges me every day and I’m as intimidated as I am excited to walk into that rehearsal tonight and learn how to tell this story of surviving life from his uniquely different, deeply human perspective.” In addition to lead actor Maurice Kimball IV, this cast includes Khaki Hermann, Terence Cranendonk* (member of the Actor’s Equity Assoc), Katie DeBoer* (member of the Actor’s Equity Assoc), Nanna Ingvarrson, Dayni Mahar, John Busser, Daniel Telford, Jenny Boswell, Adam Hass-Hill, and more talented local actors.  This production takes place in the Senney Theater from September 23- October 16, 2022. Additional performance will be held on October 13, 2022. Individual tickets may be purchased at with ticket prices from $38 (adults), $34 (for seniors 65 and older), and $17 for students with valid ID. Children five to 12 are $12 each. A $3 service fee per ticket will be applied at time of purchase. This play is a great adventure for ages eleven and up. Curtain times are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and 2:30 p.m. Sundays. Preview performances are 7:30 p.m. the Thursday before opening night, with general admission seating for $10. $10 Smart Seats® are available for each performance. For more information on the 2022-23 Professional Theater Season please visit PHOTO COURTESY THE BECK CENTER: NEURO-DIVERSE ACTOR MAURICE KIMBALL IV IS CAST IN THE LEAD ROLE OF CHRISTOPHER BOON IN ‘THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME’ Critics say of this production: “A beautiful, eloquent, dazzlingly, inventive show about the wonders of life.” — EVENING STANDARD. “…just terrific…a profoundly moving play about adolescence, fractured families, mathematics, colors and lights… dazzling.” —LONDON INDEPENDENT. Produced by special arrangements with Dramatists Play Service.  All performances are at theaters inside Beck Center for the Arts located at 17801 Detroit Avenue in Lakewood, just ten minutes west of downtown Cleveland. Free onsite parking is available. For more information visit Beck Center for the Arts is proud to be a part of Northeast Ohio’s professional theater landscape, operating under a letter of agreement with Actors’ Equity Association. We are a Small Professional Theater (SPT) based on the number of seats, number of our performances, and the maximum weekly hours of work we provide to actors. We produce every show on our stages, by choosing the play, casting and rehearsing it, building the sets, props, and costumes, directing and performing the live music, and designing lights and sound. We proudly utilize regional resources and talent. Beck Center for the Arts also offers arts education for all ages, all skill levels, and all abilities with classes and lessons in music, dance, visual arts, and theater, as well as creative arts therapies. Financial assistance is offered for qualified applicants so that these programs can be enjoyed by all. Programming at Beck Center for the Arts is made possible through the generous support of the Ohio Arts Council. Beck Center gratefully acknowledges the generous funding provided by the citizens of Cuyahoga County through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. Beck Center for the Arts is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization that offers professional theater productions on two stages, arts education programming in dance, music, theater, visual arts, early childhood, and creative arts therapies for individuals with disabilities, free gallery exhibits year-round, and outreach education programming. Beck Center for the Arts is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization that offers professional theater productions on two stages, arts education programming in dance, music, theater, visual arts, early childhood, and creative arts therapies for individuals with disabilities, free gallery exhibits year-round, and outreach education programming.

  •, Posted September 16th 2022 We are thrilled to announce that IngenuityFest will return on September 23-25, 2022! Be sure to join our mailing list and follow us on social media for announcements regarding the festival and other programs and events happening this spring and summer! Drawing on the best traditions of World’s Fairs and (inter)national exhibitions, including the ability to highlight those scientific, technological and social innovations that have driven progress, Expo: Ingenuity will ignite the creative spark by tracing a history of imagination through time and place, highlighting the ability of expositions to bring people together to uplift achievement and human ingenuity. At Ingenuity Cleveland, we are thrilled to gather and celebrate this past, present and future (from steam-powered to space-age!) with the return our flagship event, alongside our wide community of artists, performers, entrepreneurs and YOU! Festival Dates Friday, September 23:6pm-1am Saturday, September 24:1pm-1am Sunday, September 25:1pm-6pm Tickets Children Under 12:FREE! Weekend Pass:$10 **Agent of Ingenuity Membership:$125 PURCHASE FEST TICKETS Accessibility For people with disabilities arriving by shuttle, taxi, Uber, accessible transport van or private vehicle, a reserved ADA drop off zone will be located at the Main Festival entrance on 53rd street. Accessible parking spaces will also be reserved in the Staff/VIP/Artist lot nearest the main 53rd street entrance on Hamilton. Additional off-site parking will be provided in a section of Ingenuity’s general audience parking. We continue to identify and address challenges to accessibility on our site, including providing elevator service to the 2nd floor and 3rd floor, patching asphalt, and widening doorways, and providing numerous ADA restrooms on the ground level.