Bloom: Key To Cleveland’s Renaissance

“In 1915, Cleveland’s city fathers had the foresight to recognize that if Cleveland was to become a major business center, its citizens would require a first-rate cultural environment. In that year, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Cleveland Play House were established. At this critical juncture in Cleveland’s history, we desperately need arts, corporate and civic leaders to come forward and demonstrate the same understanding. The arts are one of Cleveland’s great success stories. But even a newcomer such as myself knows it is one of America’s best-kept secrets.”