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Stunning two or three people, Rob Portman, the esteemed and gonadless Senator from the state of Ohio, issued a statement late Saturday evening regarding the... [Read More]
A controversial Conservative Californian worship leader held a concert on the upper level of Edgewater Park Thursday night, gathering hundreds of people without masks on... [Read More]
Starting on Monday, Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams in Chagrin Falls will start serving up Pluto Bleu, a new flavor that founder Jeni Britton Bauer created... [Read More]
Teachers are the best. Not only do they deal with your kids for about 180 days of the year, they usually do it with a... [Read More]
In October 2011, about a month before the general election, The Plain Dealer urged its readers not to re-elect Judge Angela Stokes to Cleveland Municipal... [Read More]
This article provided by Eye on Ohio, the nonprofit, nonpartisan Ohio Center for Journalism in partnership with the nonprofit Energy News Network. Please join our... [Read More]
The LEEDco. "Icebreaker" Project, which envisions six wind turbines 8-10 miles off the Cleveland coast of Lake Erie, could finally be on a realistic path... [Read More]
Cleveland and Cincinnati may not share the same opinions on football or chili, but they do have one thing in common, and... [Read More]
You probably respect your intestinal tract, so you probably don't know that McDonald's now has spicy McNuggets (even this writer, whose eating habits resemble those... [Read More]
Two Swedes star in the 1950s kipnap-and-torture knockoff The Secrets We Keep, which opens this week at select area theaters. Noomi Rapace, (alum of the... [Read More]
You're going to vote, the only question is how. Here's what you need to know. Basics First: Make sure you're registered to vote. Check your... [Read More]
An alleged neo-Nazi with an extensive criminal history who raised an anti-Semitic sign at a protest of the coronavirus quarantine pleaded guilty to a federal... [Read More]
An 18-year-old has been charged in the Sept. 3 shooting of Cleveland Police Detective James Skernivitz and an informant, the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office has... [Read More]
After six months of being shuttered, Butcher and the Brewer (2043 E. Fourth St., 216-331-0805) downtown has reopened for indoor and outdoor service. Owner Chris... [Read More]
The U.S. Census released its 2019 estimates Thursday, and Cleveland has once again lost population. The current estimate places Cleveland at 381,009 people, down about... [Read More]
As the devastating and historic wildfires continue to burn out west, Will Hollingsworth and Jill Vedaa, both of whom have personal ties to Oregon, have... [Read More]
Cleveland's International Exposition (I-X) Center announced Wednesday that it would close at the end of the year after 35 years of operation due to Covid-19.... [Read More]
Come Friday September 18th at 5 p.m., The Museum of Human Art will begin its reign over the apartment gallery above Mahall's. It all begins... [Read More]
Umami announced back in June that it was closing its doors after 12 years in business. Like many other restaurants, the petite 10-table bistro in... [Read More]
Getting a cheap psychic reading by phone or chat can be a very powerful and life-changing experience. Whether you're looking for relationship insights, career advice,... [Read More]
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