After 42 years Music Adventures closed March 31, 2017
We Are Leaving the Web Site here For Memories--And Other Reasons
Thank You for almost a half century of your support!

One of the "other reasons" was to provide a place to keep track of
Mayor Gary Starr whose actions against the Music Adventures property
forced the closure and allowed Starr to take possession so that
he could demolish the building and sell the land to developers.

Those actions by Starr against Music Adventures included actual legislation
authored by Starr and passed without any hearing by an unsuspecting council
requiring immediate demolition of Music Adventures if the property was not
transferred to Starr for an unfairly low price. To avoid months of litigation
we allowed Starr to take ownership on March 31, 2017 at considerable financial loss.
Accordingly, we are not surprised at the findings of the independent reporting of
WKYC-TV Channel 3 (video links below) that began in August 2018 and we will continue
to follow it and update this page as appropriate.

Council Wants Outside Attorney to Oversee Starr Click

Ex-Police Chief Maddox and Starr Son Click

Starr's City Official Lives in Another State Click

Starr Accused of Sexual Misconduct Click

Council Overrides Starr Veto of Diemert Click

Tuesday PM Sep 25 2018 About Evening Council Meeting Click

Tuesday Eve Sep 25 2018 At Evening Council Meeting Click

OTHER Non-Starr LINKS of interest

for the 131 year history of the property. Click

for a narrated video tour of the building. Click

The Organ to be sold or gifted. Learn everything here. Click

A complete pictorial through the years. Click