There are only two Coventry Street Arts Fairs this summer, and this is the second. So hurry down to Cleveland Heights’ Coventry Village (on Coventry Road between Euclid Heights and Mayfield) from 6-9 tonight for food dished up by the street’s restaurants, merchant sidewalk sales, artists’ and crafters’ offerings, farmers with produce, booths from local organizations, a hands-on art area sponsored by the Cleveland Museum of Art, street performers, and music by the Cleveland Jazz Project, Blue Lunch, and Gaetano Letizia and the Underworld Band. It’s free. Go to coventryvillage.org for information. The fair is followed by the Coventry Peace Playground Cartoon Festival and Pie Fight. Bring your own whipped cream, paper plates and lawn chairs or blankets. — Anastasia Pantsios
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