“Johnny’s in the basement mixing up the medicine…”

“Subterranean Homesick Blues” – Bob Dylan (1965)

(six photos)

The Cleveland Clinic’s Crile Building, located at 2049 East 100th Street, between Euclid and Carnegie Avenues, on the Clinic’s main campus.  The 620,000 square foot, 14-floor Crile Building was named after George Crile, one of the original founders of the Cleveland Clinic.

Designed by the architectural firm of Cesar Pelli & Associates, the building was completed in 1985 and houses the Clinic’s Outpatient Services Department. The exterior is made primarily of glass and granite.  In 1986, the building was bestowed a prestigious Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects.

Top photo taken May 30, 2014
Photos 2, 5 and 6 taken August 7, 2015
Photos 3 and 4 taken April 1, 2015


“King of kings, and Lord of lords, and He shall reign for ever and ever, Hallelujah!”

“Hallelujah Chorus” from Handel’s Messiah – Choir of King’s College

From the lawn of Cleveland’s downtown hospital, on E. 22nd Street: St. Vincent Charity Medical Center.

Merry Christmas!

Photos taken December 23, 2014