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On today's Cleveland Artists Live/Work Tour, Lolly the Trolley will shuttle art aficionados to five mini-meccas of paintings and sculptures, in homes that double as studios. The stops include a cluster of houses on East 132nd Street in East Cleveland. "The city gets a bad rap as being dangerous, and people think it's a war zone," says tour organizer Harriet Gould. "But they're gorgeous homes, and artists are buying them up. It's well worth going to see." The trolley leaves at 1 this afternoon at ArtSpace Cleveland, 1400 East 30th Street. Tickets are $10 ($5 for kids). Call 216-241-4355 or visit www.artspacecleveland.org.
Sat., June 21, 1 p.m., 2008

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