Your Week, Planned: The Only Calendar You'll Never Have to Flip

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At sundown, the curious city of Cleveland takes on many forms. Open your door and pick a direction: You'll find something wonderful or bizarre or stimulating anywhere you look. You'll probably also find a drunk guy taking a leak behind that dumpster over there. But the fact remains that you could do something different each night if you wanted to.

There's a special event for every twisted interest in Cleveland. Hell, if you tried hard enough, we're sure you could find "Sit on a Cactus and Recite Pinter Night" or "Talk Like Dennis Kucinich Night" somewhere in town. (Hint: "Talk Like Dennis Kucinich Night" is every night at Scene's downtown offices. See you there.)

...We'll stick with these fan favorites for now.

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