"From the beginning to now, I maintain that if we're truly going to be a great city, a city that is recognized and used as an example, our greatness will be determined by what we do for the least of us." - Mayor Jackson, 2015 State of the City address.
Join us as Frank G. Jackson, Mayor of Cleveland, delivers the 12th annual State of the City address.
Location: Public Auditorium & Conference Center
500 Lakeside Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
Tickets: $55 members/$70 nonmembers $1,000 corporate tables/$800 nonprofit tables
For more than two decades, The City Club of Cleveland has hosted the annual High School Debate Championship. While most high school students are watching basketball finals and preparing for spring break, these enterprising students prepare for the High School Debate Championship, as well as for state and national competitions. Every year, the top two area high school debaters square off in a classic "Lincoln-Douglas" style debate at a Friday Forum. This gives the debaters the opportunity to compete - not only for the judges and the audience in the room - but also for our radio and television audiences. Debate teams from across Northeast Ohio are invited to attend as guests of the City Club and BakerHostetler. This year's ...
More than a year after the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the United
States Senate has scheduled confirmation hearings for a nominee to replace him.
Republican Senate leadership had declined to move a process forward for
President Barack Obama's nominee, Merrick Garland, opting to wait instead for
the outcome of the 2016 election and a new administration. On January 31,
President Donald J. Trump nominated Federal Judge Neil M. Gorsuch of the 10th
Circuit to replace Scalia. This announcement came amidst tensions between the
executive and judicial branches and after bitter feuds in the Senate over the
Garland nomination and President Trump's cabinet appointments. Join us for a conversation with leading SCOTUS ...
celebration of its 200 years, Trinity Cathedral
is pleased to present a bicentennial speakers series featuring
nationally renowned thought leaders in the beautiful nave of the cathedral.
Held throughout the 2016-2017 program year, these intimate forums will be
geared toward an intergenerational audience. Speakers will cast a vision for an
inclusive future where divisions are overcome by affirming abundance in the
midst of scarcity, faith in the context of pluralism, and unity in a world of
us for a conversation with Michael J. Sandel,
Ph.D., Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Government at Harvard
University, on the most significant moral and political issues of our time. Location:...
2016 was an unprecedented year for opioid overdoses nationwide. Since 1999, opioid overdoses and the amount of prescription opioids sold in the U.S. have quadrupled, creating an epidemic that spans all ages, communities, and demographics. Ohio can be considered the "ground zero" of this epidemic. The number of fatal overdoses have quadrupled in the past decade. Southwest Ohio has been particularly hit hard; in Montgomery County, the coroner’s office is now requesting space from funeral homes to help temporarily store bodies. Northeast Ohio is no exception. According to the medical examiner’s office, in 2016, there were more than 500 overdose deaths in Cuyahoga County. For the first six weeks of 2017, 70 overdose deat...