Dylan puts out 17-minute ode to Kennedy

The 78-year-old musician released a link to the song, titled "Murder Most Foul," on his website and social media.

Cedar Point monitoring coronavirus situation but still plans mid-May park opening

  Ohio Gov. DeWine: ‘I have literally no idea’ how celebrities are getting tested for COVID-19 before symptomatic individuals

  Coronavirus can’t stop them; Artists perform for fans online

  Willoughby coffee shops, restaurants hope to stay afloat with carry-out business during coronavirus pandemic

I-X Indoor Amusement Park canceled due to mass gatherings ban over coronavirus concerns

Sesame Street Live among multiple events canceled or postponed at Wolstein Center due to coronavirus concerns

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Kenny Chesney Chillaxification Tour postponed due to coronavirus pandemic, including Blossom Music Center stop

Cleveland’s Dyngus Day postponed amid coronavirus concerns

Cleveland Playhouse Square postpones performances after Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine bans mass gatherings

Michael Bublé postpones Cleveland tour stop amid coronavirus concerns

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame postpones induction ceremony in Cleveland because of coronavirus

Lady Antebellum coming to Blossom Music Center

Justin Bieber concert at FirstEnergy Stadium canceled and rescheduled for Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse

Justin Bieber has canceled and moved his concert at FirstEnergy Stadium to Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse for Friday, August 14 due to unforeseen circumstances the Cleveland Browns said in a letter sent to suite season ticket holders.

Cleveland Playhouse Square unveils 2020-21 Broadway season

Gina Vernaci, Playhouse Square’s President and CEO, unveiled the new Broadway season from the stage of the Connor Palace in front of a live audience on Tuesday.

Comedian Jim Gaffigan looking for ‘healthy’ Polish Boy, best ER ahead of visit to Cleveland

Can anyone help Jim Gaffigan find a Polish Boy sandwich while he visits Cleveland?

Part of the Woodstock stage donated to the Rock Hall

The “Woodstock at 50” exhibit is currently on display at the Rock Hall for several more weeks.

Akron Zoo offering free admission if you wear orange for Inclusion Day on Mar. 2

Parma bakery’s famous paczki are headed to Kelly Clarkson Show

Lifestyle programming, DABL, launches on WOIO

Your chance to win a ‘Ticket of a Lifetime’ to Cedar Point begins on Monday

The Weeknd coming to Cleveland on August 28 for ‘The After Hours Tour’

Backstreet Boys reunite for 2020 world tour concert stop at Blossom Music Center

  The Greenhouse Tavern confirms it is closing Saturday night

The Greenhouse Tavern has confirmed it is closing Saturday night after posting a notice on their front door. 19 News still does not know exactly why the Greenhouse Tavern is closing.

  The Greenhouse Tavern is closing on East Fourth Street in downtown Cleveland

The Greenhouse Tavern on East Fourth Street in downtown Cleveland is closing this month.

Hollywood icon Kirk Douglas dies at 103

TMZ is reporting that movie star Kirk Douglas has died at the age of 103.

  Canton city leaders to vote on proposed downtown entertainment district

Nearly 300 acres of land could be the home of a new entertainment district, but it’s all in the hands of city leaders to reach an agreement.

Are the Rolling Stones headed to Cleveland? Logo on Terminal Tower has the city buzzing

Dust off your air guitar, because it appears The Rolling Stones are headed for Cleveland in 2020.

‘The Young and the Restless’, delayed by impeachment, will air early Tuesday morning

Be sure to set your DVR--or your alarm clock--to catch the latest episode.

  Ohio hip hop artist records song honoring his cousin, Dayton mass shooting victim

Hip hop artist and Ohio native, Jevin Lamar, recorded a song he wrote honoring his cousin who was gunned down in the Dayton mass shooting.

  ‘Still Holding On’: Cousin of Dayton shooting victim writes song for the city

On 19 News: Hip Hop Artist Jevin Lamar wrote a song in honor of his cousin, Tee Jay McNichols, who was killed in this summer's mass shooting in Dayton.

Great Lakes Brewing Co. brewpub closing until mid-February for renovations

Big changes are brewing at the Great Lakes Brewing Co. brewpub!

Cleveland International Film Festival to move permanently to Playhouse Square beginning in 2021

After the 2020 annual event, the Cleveland International Film Festival will have a new home venue.

Tickets for Picasso exhibit at Cleveland Museum of Art go on sale in April

The Cleveland Museum of Art announced ticketing information for the upcoming Pablo Picasso exhibit.

Cleveland, Toledo, Machine Gun Kelly get mentions in Eminem’s new surprise album ‘Music to Be Murdered By’

Eminem surprise-released his 11th album Jan. 17 and despite his Detroit roots and in spite of his rivalry with Cleveland’s Machine Gun Kelly, the Land, Toledo and Richard Colson Baker all got a mentions.

Whitney Houston, Biggie, Doobie Brothers among inductees for 2020 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class

CEO Greg Harris revealed the list of inductees via Twitter at 8 a.m.

Rapper Mac Miller’s posthumous album ‘Circles’ to be released

Mac Miller’s posthumous album ‘Circles” will be released on Jan. 17.

BYOB floating Tiki bar to launch in Cleveland for summer 2020

Cleveland’s first-ever floating Tiki bar is set to take sail in June 2020.

Legendary composer John Williams to lead Cleveland Orchestra for one-night-only performance

John Williams, the composer known for his acclaimed musical score in films that include the “Star Wars” saga and “Indiana Jones” series, is coming to Northeast Ohio to conduct the Cleveland Orchestra.

New Year, new channel to watch on 19 News

If you have an antenna you must rescan to watch Circle, the new country music lifestyle channel.

Ohio State School for the Blind’s marching band to perform at halftime in NCAA New Year’s Day bowl game

A marching band from an Ohio school for the blind is getting national attention on New Year’s Day.

Watch the OSU Marching Band’s final performance of the 2019 college football season

The Ohio State University Marching Band took the field one last time during the 2019 NCAA football season.

Pop star Justin Bieber headed for Cleveland in summer 2020

Justin Bieber just announced a 5-month, 45-show tour, and Cleveland made the cut.

Northfield baker wins Food Network’s ‘Christmas Cookie Challenge’

A baker proved she had what it takes to be crowned champion of Food Network’s “Christmas Cookie Challenge.”

CBS holiday specials 2019🎄 Don’t miss your favorite Christmas movies (TV schedule)

Here’s a look at what’s airing on CBS (WOIO Channel 19) this season.

Jim Nantz, Tony Romo to call Sunday’s Week 16 matchup between Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens

CBS announced that its best announcers will call Sunday’s matchup between the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens.

‘Seinfeld’ episode from 29 years ago predicted the score of the Cavaliers, Spurs game (video)

The Cleveland Cavaliers prevailed over the San Antonio Spurs in a 117-109 overtime game, but a character from “Seinfeld” already knew that.

LeBron James sends students from I Promise School on Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad’s ‘The Polar Express’ ride

LeBron James is keeping a hometown tradition going for the seventh year in a row.

  Cedar Point reveals new ride, other exciting changes for park’s 150th anniversary

“America’s Roller Coast” will celebrate its 150th anniversary in the 2020 season.

  Country music network Circle to launch with 16 shows, including ‘Opry Live’

Circle is also bringing back Hee Haw, a venerable music and comedy sketch show that aired from 1971 to 1993 and from 1996 to 1997.

Cedar Point to unveil 150th anniversary plans on Wednesday

“America’s Roller Coast” will celebrate its 150th anniversary in the 2020 season.

MA police cruisers get into holiday spirit with Trans-Siberian Orchestra choreographed video

Police in Stow, Mass. are spreading Christmas cheer with a video featuring the department’s cruisers and a Trans-Siberian Orchestra song.

Ryan Reynolds’ gin brand claps back at Peloton in ad spoof featuring wife with drink instead of bike

Riding on the coattails of the viral commercial’s popularity, Ryan Reynolds decided to make an ad spoof for Aviation gin featuring none other than the “Peloton wife” actress.

Winter Wonder Cleveland picturesque pop-up is coming to town to serve your Instagram-worthy selfie needs

Based on similar concepts in New York City in Los Angeles, this pop-up houses ten “larger than life” installations designed as visual photo backdrops that will fill your Instagram page with enviable and enchanting photos.

Hammer time: Cleveland Cavaliers remake MC Hammer’s ‘U Can’t Touch This’ (video)

The youthful Cleveland Cavaliers are trying to have as much fun together both on and off the court.

OSU Marching Band cuts Michigan flag in half during performance ahead of Buckeyes, Wolverines game (video)

The last time the Wolverines topped the Buckeyes was in 2011.

  Cleveland filmmaker puts an interactive twist on the classic murder mystery film

The director will show the film up to a point then let the audience figure out who the killer is.

‘Baby Shark Live!’ announces Northeast Ohio tour stop in 2020

A live show based on the popular song “Baby Shark” is coming to Akron.

JoJo Siwa is coming to Cleveland for upcoming D.R.E.A.M. tour

Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. The Tour is coming to Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse at 7 p.m. on April 27, 2020 with special guest, The Belles.

Dave Grohl rocks it on Sesame Street for show’s 50th season

Big Bird, David Grohl and Elmo sing their way across America in “Here We Go Song.”

Russo Brothers filming at Chanel High School before it meets the wrecking ball

Joe and Anthony Russo, the blockbuster Marvel directors who grew up in Mayfield Village, have spent the last few weeks shooting in Northeast Ohio for their new film, “Cherry.”

Jeopardy! contestant’s heartfelt final answer gets host Alex Trebek choked up

After 35 years of hosting more than 8,000 episodes, Jeopardy!, Alex Trebek has surely seen many things on the popular game show.But, probably none of those things made him react the way he did on Monday’s episode.

Ohio State University Marching Band performs at halftime during Cleveland Browns game (video)

The Ohio State University Marching Band played in front of Cleveland Browns fans during Sunday’s halftime at FirstEnergy Stadium.

‘Hamilton’ is returning to Cleveland’s Playhouse Square in 2020

Broadway’s best is returning to Cleveland’s Playhouse Square in 2020.

  Tim Misny sends special message to Cleveland girl who dressed up as him for Halloween

Her friends weren’t the only ones that got a kick out of the costume.

‘Wheel of Fortune’ host Pat Sajak undergoes emergency surgery

Pat Sajak had to undergo emergency surgery to correct a blocked intestine, leading to the cancellation of Thursday’s taping, according to the show’s representatives.

  Northeast Ohio man gets lucky again, appears on ‘Wheel of Fortune’ years after winning on ‘The Price is Right’

There’s a thing called “good luck.”

CEO of Cedar Point’s parent company says changes will be made to parking as Gold Pass sales spike

Parks owned by Cedar Fair, which includes Sandusky’s Cedar Point, are on pace for record season pass sales, the company’s CEO announced.

Charlie Sheen’s Cleveland Indians baseball cap from ‘Major League’ is up for auction

It’s a movie that is close to the hearts of many Cleveland Indians fans.

Macaulay Culkin takes shots at Cleveland, Baker Mayfield’s postgame appearance

Baker Mayfield’s facial hair and outfit did not go unnoticed on Sunday.

Northeast Ohio radio station was 1st in the country to flip to holiday music

It’s never too early for Christmas music, right?

Apple TV Plus joins streaming wars

The company is reportedly spending $6 billion on content to get you to sign up for the $4.99 a month service.

It’s a Halloween miracle: My Chemical Romance announces reunion show

The band’s first concert in seven years will be Dec. 20 in Los Angeles.

  Parma residents get front row seat for Russo Brothers movie production

The production of the movie “Cherry,” directed by Joe and Anthony Russo and starring “Spiderman: Far From Home” actor Tom Holland, took place in Parma on Wednesday, bringing lots of excitement.

Cedar Point extends Gold Pass deal through holidays

The amusement park posted online that the $99 Gold Pass deal offering admission to both Cedar Point and Cedar Point Shores in 2020 will remain at the sale price through Jan. 5, 2020.

OSU Marching Band brings SpongeBob Squarepants to life with halftime performance (video)

The Ohio State University Marching Band continues to amaze. Their latest performance featured a larger-than-life SpongeBob Squarepants.

Euclid waitress gets $1,070 tip at Mama Catena Vino e’Cucina

A waitress at a Euclid restaurant got an unexpected and very large tip during a routine shift last week.

Holiday pop-up bar, Lake Effects, returning in Cleveland

Lake Effects is scheduled to open for the first time this season on Nov. 29 and close on Dec. 31.

Garth Brooks takes ‘Dive Bar Tour’ stop to Rootstown on Monday

Country music superstar Garth Brooks will perform at a Rootstown-area dive bar on Monday night.

  Jeers for Harvey Weinstein at NYC actors showcase

Harvey Weinstein was mocked from the stage and jeered by attendees at a New York City actors showcase this week.

  Netflix has new docu-series on John Demjanjuk, the convicted Nazi guard who lived in Seven Hills, Ohio (video)

On Nov. 4, Netflix released the docu-series focused on the man who was put to trial to learn his identity and if he was responsible for the murder of thousands of Jews and crimes against humanity.