As a staff reporter for the Cleveland Jewish Publication Company, Carlo Wolff writes hard news, articles about the arts, and edits. Prior to joining the Cleveland Jewish News, Wolff was Features Editor of LH-Lodging Hospitality, a Penton Media magazine, writing profiles of individuals and companies, analyzing issues and interpreting trends. Wolff has also written for numerous consumer publications and websites including Goldmine, Billboard.com, the Boston Globe, the Chicago Sun Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, The Plain Dealer, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Christian Science Monitor, and Scene. He specializes in music criticism, book reviews, articles about popular culture, travel and business stories. A graduate of Boston University, he majored in English. He and his family live in suburban Cleveland.
Books by Carlo Wolff
True and Tall Tales of the Glory Days, Told by Musicians, DJs, Promoters, and Fans Who Made the Scene in the '60s, '70s, and '80s
by Carlo Wolff
Music fans who grew up with Rock and Roll in Cleveland remember a golden age. We were young, so was the music, and the sense of freedom and excitement the Rock and Roll scene delivered was electric. This book collects the favorite memories of Clevela . . . [Read More]