MUSICAL ACTIVITIESMay 30 -- Deftones, Fall of Troy, evening, House of Blues, downtown Cleveland.May 31, June 2, 7-9 -- Cleveland Orchestra concerts at Severance Hall, Euclid Avenue in Cleveland.May 31 -- Three Days Grace, Breaking Benjamin and Puddle of Mudd, 7 p.m., the Tower City Amphitheater.Fridays -- Rockin' on the River, 5 p.m., the Riverfront Center area, Cuyahoga Falls.June 1 -- Riders in the Sky, 8, the Kent Stage, Kent.June 1 -- Bad Bad Voodoo Daddy, evening, House of Blues in Cleveland.June 1 -- Rock the Lock, 7 p.m., Lock 3 Live, Akron.June 2 -- Jackie, MT/TV, Level C., evening, House of Blues, downtown Cleveland.June 6 -- Little Feat, evening, the House of Blues.June 7 -- Bob Hoefler's Big Band, 7, Home Savings Plaza, East Main St in Kent.June 9 -- Nelly Furtado, 7, Tower City Amphitheater.June 9 -- Fountains of Wayne and Broken West, evening, the House of Blues.June 9 -- Ian Hunter, 8:30 p.m. at Beachland Ballroom.June 10 -- TubaSummer, 7 p.m., Cascade Plaza on Main St., downtown Akron.June 12 -- Ben Harper, Innocent Criminals, Nightwatchman, evening, evening, House of Blues, Cleveland.June 12 -- Son Volt, 9 p.m. at Beachland Ballroom.June 13 -- Ted Nugent, evening, the House of Blues.June 14 -- Robert Earl Keen, evening, the House of Blues, downtown Cleveland.June 14 -- A Dean Martin Tribute by his son Ricci Martin, 1 and 8 p.m., Croatian Lodge Ballroom Lake-shore Boulevard in Eastlake.June 16 -- Chicago, America, evening, the Tower City Amphitheater in Flats.June 16 -- The Cured, evening, the House of Blues.June 17 -- Barenaked Ladies, evening, the PD Pavilion, Flats in Cleveland.June 18 -- Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and Wynton Marsalis, 7 p.m., the Allen Theater on Euclid Ave.June 18 -- Richard Thomas Band, evening, House of Blues, Cleveland.June 18 -- Akron Symphony Orchestra picnic pops, 7:30 p.m., Hardesty Park on west side of Akron.June 18 -- The Fray, 7 p.m., the Tower City Am-phitheater, Flats, Cleveland.June 19 -- Kate Voegele, 7:30, Cain Park, Cleve. Hts.June 20 -- Rick Braun, Jonathan Butler, Richard Elliot, Peter White, 7:30, Allen Theater in Cleveland.June 20 -- Alive Festival, 9 a.m. to midnight, Clay's Park Resort at Canal Fulton.June 22 -- Spyro Gyra, evening, the Tangier, Akron.June 22 -- Almost Queen, evening, the House of Blues.June 23 -- Poison, Ratt, White Lion, 7, Blossom Music Center in Cuya. Falls.June 23 -- Jonathan Brooke, evening, the Tangier, West Market St. in Akron.June 23 -- Ultimate Doo-Wop Show, 7, the State Theater, Euclid Ave., Cleveland.June 23 -- Akron Symphony Orchestra picnic pops, 7:30 p.m., Firestone Park on south end of Akron.June 25 -- Mormon Tabernacle Choir, 7:30, Blossom Center, Cuya. Falls.June 27 -- Livingston Taylor, 8 p.m. at Cain Park.June 29 -- Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, 8 p.m., Q Arena.June 30 -- Old Crow Medicine Show, evening, House of Blues, Cleveland.June 30 -- Paul: A Musical Journey, 8, E.J. Thomas Hall, U. of Akron's campus.July 5 -- Akron Symphony Orchestra picnic pops, 7:30 p.m., Lock 3 Live on S. Main St., downtown Akron.July 6 -- Akron Symphony Orchestra picnic pops, 7:30, Goodyear Heights Metropark, east side Akron.THEATRICAL EVENTSNow-June 3 -- "Dear World," Kalliope Theater, Lee Road, Cleveland Heights.Now-June 3 -- "Annie Mae's Beyond the Classrooms," Karamu, E. 89th St.Now-June 10 -- "The Musical of Musicals: The Musical," Actors' Summit, Owen Brown St. in Hudson.Now-June 30 -- "West Side Story," the Carousel Dinner Theater, south Akron.May 31-June 23 -- "A Murder Is Announced," the Coach House Theater, on West Exchange St. in Akron.June 1-2 -- "String of Peals," the Weathervane Playhouse, Valley in Akron.June 8-9 -- "Miss Margarida's Way," Weathervane Playhouse, Valley in Akron.June 12-24 -- "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," Palace Theater, Euclid Ave., Cleveland.June 13-July 8 -- "The Full Monty," Weathervane Playhouse, the Valley, Akron.June 14-30 -- "Pump Boys and Dinettes," Porthouse Theater, Blossom Music Center in Cuya. Falls.June 22-July 8 -- "Oliver," Cain Park in Cleve. Hts.June 22-24 -- GroundWorks Dace Theater, 7:30 Friday-Saturday, 2 Sunday, Cain Park in Cleveland Hts.SPECIAL ACTIVITIESCurrently -- "Touch" and "Dinosaurs" at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo on southwest side of the city.Currently -- "Hurricane on the Bayou," "Greece: Secrets of the Past" and "Destiny in Space," Omnimax Theater at Great Lakes Science Center on lakefront.Currently -- "Age of Nudity," "Oscar de la Renta: American Elegance," "Crazy Quilts and Figured and Fancy Coverlets" and "From the Riches of Ohio's Soil: Cambridge Glass" at Kent State University's Museum.Now-May 31 -- "Treasures of the Western Reserve Historical Society," East Blvd. on eastside Cleveland.Now-July 8 -- "Masterpieces of European Painting," Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood.Now-Aug. 19 -- Ansel Adams: A Legacy, the Cleveland Institute of Art, East Boulevard, Univ. Circle.Now-Sept. 3 -- "Baseball as America" exhibit, the Great Lakes Science Center off East 9th St. in Cleveland.June 2 -- Great Geauga Antiques Market, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Geauga fairgrounds.June 8-10 -- Italian-American Festival, Cuyahoga Co. fairgrounds, Berea.June 9 -- Comedienne Kathy Griffin, 8, Akron Civic Theater on S. Main St.June 9-10 -- Old-fashioned Family Fun Days, Hale Farm and Village, Bath.June 9-10 -- Art by the Falls, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Riverside Par near the falls/bridge in downtown Chagrin Falls. June 9 -- Parade the Circle, noon, University Circle on far east side of Cleveland.June 14-16 -- Annual Clothesline Art Sale, noon-5 p.m., Hudson Middle School.June 17 -- Classic Antique and Collector Car show, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Stan Hywet Hall in west Akron.June 22-23 -- Women of Faith conference, 5 p.m. Friday, 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Q Arena, downtown Cleveland.June 22-23 -- The Ohio Scottish Games, the Lorain Co. fairgrounds, Wellington.June 23-24 -- Antique Tractor and Equipment Show, the Medina County fairgrounds, Rt. 42, Medina.June 23-24 -- Woolfest, 9-5, the Lake Farmpark on Chardon Road in Kirtland.June 24-Aug. 19 -- "Icons of American Photography" and "Ansel Adams: A Legacy," the Cleveland Institute of Art, University Circle.