That's too bad...you really missed something special. My wife and I gave up a beautiful afternoon at the Larchmere Porchfest so we could go downtown and see him.
Really glad we made that decision. There's a Porchfest every summer, but there's only one Dan Savage.
Chuckles the Clown
So bummed that I'm going to be out of town on Saturday.
Gee, folks like me will be soon be able to get to CIA, CMA, and WOW (Wade Oval Wednesday) ten minutes faster from the West Side...and still spend an hour looking for a goddam place to park.
But I got wise...and finally figured out the solution to that problem...get to ANY University Circle event two hours before the announced start time.
The early bird gets the space, and the seats that the rich old East Side art-farts try to hold for all their rich old East Side art-fart friends. That's why so many folks hate Canadians.
Chuckles the Clown
Dan Savage's compassion and wisdom just shines. I love this guy.
Nudging? Isn't that a Jewish thing? Where you whine a lot and pester somebody else?
Oh, wait...different spelling...
And it's pronounced like it's spelled..."noodging"...
Chuckles the Clown
It might not fully be a "highway" but you'd be a liar if you said it was anything less than a "major boulevard". If they do it right it can work but that means putting as much emphasis on bikes/peds/transit as they do on cars. I'm talking wide sidewalks, a two way cycletrack, trees, permeable pavement, street furniture, gardens, art, etc.
But if they go cheap on all that stuff and make this all about cars, it will absolutely destroy everything around it.
Not entirely accurate. ConCoction is CLEVELAND's first real convention for the general geek crowd in many years, but the N.E. Geek Expo has been running in the Ashtabula area for 3 years now.
Just saw this now as my mom sent it to me, I knew Jacob and Isaac back in the late 80's till the early 90's when i moved from Willowick, I skateboarded then and still do today, happy to hear about their success and all and still skateboard today, i mention them allot as the best rippers around i got to see allot, they were so rad. JimDeGray
Can't help myself. Only in Cleveland do we call tearing down half the homes within walking distance of a rapid station (east 55th) and replacing it with a highway cloverleaf "transit oriented development." Ye-esh.
Thanks for asking some tough questions, so disappointed by the answers. 21st century urban design? bs
No public input needed, "the information is out there." That's a pretty lousy response. Especially when the majority of the plans were decided in in Steering Committee meetings with no public representative March-November 2005 before any media had even mentioned the project.
There has been a lot of negative public input at ODOT meetings, but very little changed in the final plans. Just because Kittredge is "been on committee working on this thing for seven years" we are supposed to disregard that decisions continue to be made behind closed doors, without community input as evidenced by City Hall and the whole planning process.
Also appreciate the softball question GCP are "bad guys" how about asking a more factual statement? For example, "some people believe a private chamber of commerce that doesn't need to follow sunshine laws and is largely made up of higher income white people should not be planning a road through low income neighborhoods of color? What do you say to that?"
The media coverage of this project is pathetic.
I'm sorry, how is the Opportunity Corridor not a "highway"? It's one thing to say it isn't a freeway or an interstate highway, but it's absolutely false to say it isn't a highway. USDOT defines a highway as "any road, street, parkway, or freeway/expressway that includes rights-of-way, bridges, railroad-highway crossings, tunnels, drainage structures, signs, guardrail, and protective structures in connection with highways. The highway further includes that portion of any interstate or international bridge or tunnel and the approaches thereto (23 U.S.C. 101a)." Pretty sure this fits the bill.
Some of the lanes were 13 feet until the complainers complained. Now the largest lanes are 12 feet. And blasting through neighborhoods? I don't know if that's a misstatement. Also: John Kasich wouldn't have given us money for anything else? Did anyone actually ask him? I have a feeling that if GCP would have asked him for infrastructure money for something else, they would have gotten it.
The American Outlaws are the best group of people to watch soccer, learn about soccer, discuss soccer and cheer on the USMNT with! Come on out and join us just once; I guarantee you'll come back!
Definitely missing Il Bacio, arguably the best restaurant in Little Italy. Tucked away in the shadows across the street from what was once the Baricelli Inn, Antonio has amazing food and a desire to make you anything you want within reason. This is something you rarely see anymore. I take solace in knowing its sidewalk tables are there for me when spring breaks through the winter. Best veal tortellini in the city.
Sweet commentary. ..I relate to all of it...I need to spend some time down there and learn a couple machines
Did his victims writhe in agony at all? Good riddance!
.....and voters are stupid. They actually approved the sin tax, and simultaneously re-elected Jimmy Dimora at the same time.
Know William F. Chinnock, he is indeed a crook.
Is the Ohio DVR (Division of Vocational Rehabilitation) still functioning? Even a decade ago, statistics showed that only one of every eight "clients" ever found any type of productive, meaningful, paid employment. That's an 87.5% failure rate.
I've never known anybody who found a solution to their problems by dealing with DVR. Most of them were simply cut loose and had their cases closed--without so much as a "Good luck."
And those figures (1 out of 8) were from BEFORE Great Depression II. God only knows what their "success rate" is now.
Chuckles the Clown
November 30- 6, 2016
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