I know that there are a lot of people that cannot stand the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and what it stands for (the "Disneyfication" of rock and roll) but to me the museum itself is pretty cool and a great way to explore the history of rock and roll which is something that I have always found fascinating. If rock and roll history is something you enjoy and you live in the Cleveland area you might want to check out the Rock Hall’s "Rock and Roll Night School" which is held the 4th Wednesday of every month. According to the Rock Hall:
"Rock and Roll Night School is a monthly series of educational, discussion-based night classes offered free of charge from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. on the 4th Wednesday of each month. Jason Hanley, musicologist and Education Programs Manager at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, will lead classes, which are geared towards adults interested in gaining more knowledge about rock and roll history. The program will explore the history of rock and roll, from its roots to its current incarnations. Special attention will be given to the music’s impact on society, its reception by fans, and its most innovative practitioners. Each class will include a presentation, music and video clips, and group discussions. The January 26 class will take place at Harkness Chapel on the Case Western Reserve University campus."
Sounds like a good enough reason to go to night school for me.