There's a Lottery retailer in Gates Mills? Who knew?
This is the kind of thing journalists are supposed to do. Nice work.
Lakewood: great college town feel and cheap rent. Combined with a bar on every corner and many varieties of food. Good schools, laid back police mostly, and great parks. How could you go wrong? Gonzo.
All of these factors - and more - made us proud to buy a home here. Love the food, the people, and the conscious development that's happening!
The Metroparks just make thing more big brotherly. Now Edgewater Park is not like it used to be. There would be people drinking alcohol that just enjoying themselves to sometimes where people have sex in the woods( People been having sex outdoors since the beginning of time) In addition of people sunbathe in the nude. Now it will be none of that no more. But don't get me wrong. It's about being mischief and fun. But when it comes to carrying guns in the park, especially as long as you have a permit, that's scary there. No telling when you walking, a person with the gun will pull it out and shoot. Oh well what to do.
Wow... "Some people can't even handle the soda machine at Subway", "You're not buying a f*cking car", "That's one less job for somebody"... This Erich LaSher person sounds less like an experienced beer consultant and more like some moody, long-bearded, vinyl-hoarding, hipster-ex-bartender. Is there really someone unable to handle a soda machine? Seriously? Dumb. Tilting a glass to pour a beer is hardly rocket science (they will teach you or their fancy kiosk can as well), free samples and bartender freebies (aka stealing) can add up to much more than a car after enough time, putting this money in the bar-owners pockets means that they can stay in business and keep people employed. "designed to augment not replace her stable of servers and bartenders" so instead of a bartender pouring one beer at a time, unable to inform customers about the beer because they're too busy with the next order, they can stand by the taps, interacting and informing people of the different beers on tap while they pour their own. This seems like a great innovation and I plan on visiting again soon.
Instead of using traffic cameras, just hire a gang to stand in an intersection so they can forcibly stop every 20th car that drives through and rob the driver. That's basically what the traffic cameras do. They don't make the roads safer, they make the one spot where they are posted more dangerous because everyone slams on their brakes.
No one cares.
Pause for a moment and let the depression sweep over you like a wave.
To fully simulate the Brandon Weeden experience, the burger should be crunchy, and the customer should choke on the burger when eating it. Get it? Choke in crunch time?!?!?! HA HAHHHHHHH!!!!!!!
Could be a magical time for Cleveland. A grand revitalization led by casinos, tech companies, and rebounding, newly competitive sports teams. Cleveland could have it all. A great place to visit or call home. If only...
There are some people who I trust just because of their job, and trash collectors have always been one such. This is a damaging crime not just to the victim, but to the community as well. In my view, it's not just theft; it's extortion (let us have free stuff or we will leave rotting garbage in front of your store) as well as a civil rights violation.
These guys should already be under arrest, and the city should have at least placed them on unpaid leave.
even the crooks get away with being crooked it is ashame you even live in fear of the trash collectors.
Yeah, truly an honor to be a part of that classic. Lucky guy.
At the very least I can say that Tom Hanks really looks a lot like Disney as far as I'm concerned.
Sounds like a great kid.
Seriously? A young man just wants to celebrate a big milestone in life, and some piece of garbage has to take that away from him. I hope whoever did this gets whats coming to them, and the sooner the better.
I've really enjoyed the Anchorman 2 Dodge commercials. The ones with the horse and the glovebox full of gum were my favorites.
Why were you thankful you did not have to see Kenny Laguna? Are you afraid of old people? He is only one year older than Joan. Excellent show proves that rock is ageless.
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