Husted's greasy smile makes him look eerily similar to Smilin' Bob from the infamous Enzyte TV ads.
Too fuckin' early.
Hiiiiiiiiii there! Someone called it Waldemart. Guess what fool... You're what's wrong with America. You're ignorant and can't spell!
The show was absolutely beautiful. I appreciate her new arrangement of the songs. She performed them beautifully. Best concert that I have ever been to. I'm
Even thinking about driving up to New York for her show there.
Simply put----it's the rich guys who create conditions for poverty in the first place, and then try to pretend and convince everyone else it's an individual moral failing. That's utter b.s.! The problem is systemic in nature. Generational poverty creates these conditions. Rich white guys would rather you pin it on race alone because it diverts the focus away from them-- the ones with power to make or break communities.
It's a statistical FACT (university study after university study) that poverty breeds violence, drug abuse, and crime. Its not just a theory anymore. It's the epitome of laziness and blind bigotry to just assume it's due to someone's race (visit your local trailer park some time).
Rich folks don't need to rob people at gunpoint in a mall --they just hire lobbyists that influence politicians to rob the taxpayers. These are the true "thugs". Yet, these white guys (Gates, Soros, Koch, Buffett, et al) are worshipped like demigods by most people in this country. We have an entire consumerist cutlture dedicated to their worship. While robbing someone is a vile act of aggression no matter the culprit's socioeconomic status, I feel the real criminals are not held accountable because they are white gentlemen in suits. The anger is misdirected. Kill the head vampire and the rest will be cured.
What a loser
What a crime not mentioning The Dear Hunter at The Beachland Ballroom!!!
Great singer. He did a great job on lead on many songs and singing low backup vocals.
The summer has been a massive dud for the silver screen.
I knew this would be a great opening show for Karamu House. I know these performers personally, and I am sitting in Tallahassee, Florida, wishing I was there and being there in spirit all along. BRAVO! What a superb review. CONGRATULATIONS!
"Hot Take Hey Hoynsie" probably also feels the Buckeyes are vastly overrated.....and is hoping for an epic failure that prevents a Final Four playoff appearance.
Caught himself one hell of a lucky break with that other Dan Ott taking the buckshot for him. This article was an excellent and entertaining read. Reminds me of some of the other articles about the Cleveland underworld, espicially the ones that chronicled the likes of Allie Calabrese, the snitch Anthony Delmonti, and other organized crime figures. Would be great if the Scene could produce more of these pieces.
--Krusty the Klown
This is sad. I don't even live in Cleveland -but every time I'm in Cleveland, I stop by for my fix of fried avocado tacos.
Take my word for it: get there before Sunday to try these!!!
This is the best pizza in Cleveland. Crust and Pizza 216 are 2 and 3 in some order.
Saw Flash once in Dayton at a party at it was horrible.
The ditz was on a roll.....given a few more minutes, she may have yelped that Barry Goldwater was a flaming liberal in the last years of his life, FDR was a socialist who could have prevented Pearl Harbor and the Civil War had nothing to do with slavery.
Before pitching a couple seasons for the home team in the early 1970s, Ray Lamb was the third and final player on the Los Angeles/Brooklyn Dodgers to wear jersey #42.....the club retired the number in July 1972 to honor the iconic second player -- Jackie Robinson. In 1939, George Jeffcoat toted the jersey number for the one game and two innings he pitched for Brooklyn.
September 21-27, 2016
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