The Cleveland Classic weekend of events for 2012 ended Saturday with an excellent game between Winston-Salem State and Morehouse. Quarterback Kameron Smith and running back Maurice Lewis led the Winston-Salem State Rams to a 55-21 victory over Morehouse College in front of a crowd of 10,000 at Cleveland Browns Stadium. TV20 sports reporter Christian Patterson was there to catch all the action!
Anchors Ciarra Nelson and Christian Patterson were in studio today filming our TV20 Weekly News Round-up!
Tomorrow TV20 will be at the Cedar-University Red Line Rapid Station Groundbreaking and Alexander Mann Solutions Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & Celebratory Luncheon! Stay tuned to TV20 for our exclusive coverage!
This past Saturday TV20 reporter Leah Haslage was at the Cleveland Museum of Art for the 23rd Annual Chalk Festival. This fun event was open to the public and free to walk around and enjoy. Thousands of people came out to enjoy the work of both featured professional artists and non-professionals just looking to create.
One featured artist, Wendy Mahon, was enjoying her 9th year at the Chalk Festival. She found creating with chalk liberating because it will eventually wash away so there’s no pressure with it. She also enjoyed walking around and seeing what everyone participating was creating.
Vince Ballentine, who is a first time featured artist, was excited at the opportunity to show his work. He was creating chalk art based off the current Youth & Beauty exhibit at the museum.
Stay tuned to TV20 to see more of Leah’s coverage of this event!