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Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestra
... The Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestra (also called Cleveland Philharmonic) is an American orchestra based in Cleveland, Ohio ... The Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestra is a full symphony orchestra which was founded in 1938 by three Cleveland area musicians — bass clarinetist Alfred Zetzer, oboist Robert Zupnik, and cellist ... The Cleveland Philharmonic's current Music Director, Victor H ...
List Of Cathedrals In The United States - Ohio
... Monica's Church (former cathedral) (Roman Catholic) Christ Church Cathedral (Episcopal) Cleveland Cathedral of St ... John the Evangelist (Roman Catholic) Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland (Episcopal) St ... Boris and Gleb Cathedral, Cleveland (Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church in the USA-Sobornopravna) (not in communion with the Ecumenical Patriarch ...
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport - Relationship With The Former Continental Airlines (now United Airlines)
... years in the postwar era, United Airlines had a strong presence in Cleveland ... Airlines as part of United Continental Holdings) began its efforts to establish hub in Cleveland in the late 1980s when United Airlines, then a separate carrier ... However, the airport, Cleveland community, and Continental developed something of an uneasy relationship beginning in the late 1990s ...
Greater Cleveland - Demographics
... States Census, the population was 2.88 million in the eight-county CSA of the Greater Cleveland Area, making it the largest combined-statistical area entirely within ... In 2010 the racial makeup of the eight-county Area was 75.0% (2,161,351) Non-Hispanic Whites, 17.2% (497,033) Non-Hispanic Blacks or African Americans, 0.2% (5,608) Native ... In 2010, the median income for a household in Greater Cleveland was $46,201, and the median income for a family, $59,504 ...

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