This weekend's top arts and entertainment picks around town, from the guy who's paid to pick them:
There aren't too many old-school toys that deliver like Silly Putty. Can you shape Lincoln Logs into a ball and bounce it off the wall? No, you can't. The artists behind the new Silly Putty exhibit
found another use for the versatile silicone-plastic blob: a putt-putt course. Play a few rounds at Parish Hall tonight.
In the Cannes hit Climates
, director Nuri Bilge Ceylan gets his Ingmar Bergman on in a film about isolation and relationship dysfunction. The Cleveland Cinematheque screens the moody film tonight. And watch out for a disturbing sex scene, in which Ceylan fucks with viewers' perception of the onscreen action.
Like the smell of new cars but don't have the cash to actually buy one? Then head on over to the I-X Center, where the Cleveland Auto Show
is parked for the next week. When you're done checking out the 800-plus cars, trucks, and SUVs, say hi to Slider, who'll be signing autographs. --Michael Gallucci