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They still in Cleveland?
The show has had a tremendous reception, giving voice to the depth and complexity of the issue. Would you consider attending? The show runs for just 4 more performances, then closes June 18. www.cptonline.org
A true original -- who makes pop culture shudder.
What about the old site. I remember it was a nice spot. Could they work with Gordon park and become as one plus people could walk and ride bikes there.
I hope this little no-talent asshole got a clocking that he won't soon forget. Doesn't he have any beefy thugs to do his fighting for him after he gets in someone's face? That's the celebrity way. WTF is wrong with this POS? Has he learned nothing from being famous? Christ!
Chuckles the Clown
Dan Gilbert has one massive decision to make immediately after the players clean out their lockers; does he strengthen LeBron's position as co-owner/GM/head coach, which may mean getting the best deal for Kevin Love, or does he eliminate the administrative perks - with the plug pulled on the Tyronn Lue experiment - and the new coaching staff given the type of autonomy found in San Antonio and Golden State.
Bodes well for Cedar-Lee & Cleveland Heights!
Hey Nancee Thomas, the license was free. Read the news, it's only for a week. As for Scene, nice link to the list you clowns. Doesn't exist anymore like what should be the case for you. Viva Derf douches.
I Iam very disappointed in this new policy. I picked up $60.00 worth of chocolate a week ago and just found out about this change. the clerk told me i wouldn't have been able to use my card anyway because I didn't have the box candy. Iam not renewing my card.
Meanwhile, Councilman Mike Polensek appears to be getting the runaround from the administration concerning immediate surface repairs needed on the basketball and tennis courts in Humphrey Park.
Why doesn't RTA wrap the red line trains with ads or promotional materials like they do some of the buses? They would be attention-getting, and *BONUS* it makes it more difficult to see out the windows.
So in Ohio in September if you have a prescription from your doctor for medical marijuana and our dispensaries do not open for a year can you purchase from another state with a valid prescription
Bieber was prowling the streets in search of Johnny Football.
Please, please please keep fast food out of downtown Cleveland! I remember the McDonalds on Euclid Avenue in Playhouse Square. The only thing worse than seeing the golden arches from the street was entering this filthy poop-hole of a franchise.
Well everybody who had any part in building either cleveland or california are DEAD and have been for a long long time so I think everybody can STFU about left coast vs. middle coast bullshit and just rejoice in beiber getting his ass handed to him.
@ Lee Hawkins : This may get long so I apologize in advance. I am living in LA right now and it SUCKS. Single most terrible sack of feces suburb posing as a city anywhere on the planet. There is a song by the decemberists called "Los Angeles I'm Yours" that does a perfect job of describing the LA experience and sums up the city's character even more beautifully: "an ocean's gargled vomit on the shore". I've lived in cities with open sewers which felt cleaner than this slimehole. Yeah the beaches are nice but the rest of this place should be made into an open-air nuclear testing site WITHOUT notifying the residents. Yeah it's that bad.
San Francisco which was my home base for the decade preceding 2014 on the other hand is perhaps the single most plesant city on the planet other than maybe amsterdam. Amsterdam wins in history and culture but SF wins in lack of vomiting british tourists, less whores, less marijuana (though not by much) and friendlier people. There are few other places with any appreciable population density where I find it hard not to end up in a philosophical conversation with someone I've never seen before randomly while waiting at a crosswalk for the light to change or at a bus stop. Even the crackheads in the Tenderloin are surprisingly nice, for the most part. It is also one of few cities I've experienced with little or no recognizable "locals" bias, transplants are more than just accepted they are appreciated, for their often unique perspectives it seems. And the LGBT community in SF is beyond just accepted, there it's not even relly a "thing" - they are an integral part of the community and thoroughly appreciated for their contributions while being thought of much like any other self-identifying group and treated just like anybody else. Hell everybody and their grandmother shows up for the pride parade for example, non-LGBT supporters/participants probably outnumber LGBT participants despite LGBT ppl flying in from all over the world for it. This Includes many straight people one would not expect, the types one would probably see protesting similar events or yelling derogatory BS from pickup truck windows while passing by two men holding hands in most other cities. The city government also contributes wholeheartedly to the cause, the square in front of city hall becomes a party the whole weekend. There are plenty of other LGBT events and they probably have an easier time getting permitted than a church group renting a picknick shelter in the midwest, because everybody seems to like them and they behave themselves. Just an example I thought would illustrate the degree of acceptance, and is all the way it is despite the fact that there is actually a higher per capita LGBT population in several other US cities which I don't see at all the same sort of integration, Chicago topping the list last I checked as the US's gayest city has a much lower degree of acceptance IME.
The attitude of inclusion and equality is pervasive: I even witnessed a (very, very straight) police sergent in charge ofhe city's security during the folsom street fair accept a request to get his picture taken posed bent over the knee of a 6'5" black transvestite in a leather halter top, hooker boots and a leather "pouch" while a "cowboy" wearing nothing but a stetson, snake boots and assless chaps posed like he was whipping the sergent's ass with his bullwhip. In the middle of a public street, in broad daylight. Good stuff.
I've never been to ohio though, let alone cleveland, so I can't really compare. Somehow I've managed to hit all but 3 states in India, one province in China (including the autonomous regions), hit every county in Ireland (both NI and the Republic) and all Scotland plus around 2/3 of England's "shires". Every province in France, Spain, Nepal, Morocco, Somalia, every country in SE asia and so on. Yet the only US state other than Hawaii and Maine I haven't spent at least a month or more in would be Ohio. No idea why.
Anyway I hope I convinced you to stop hating on SF just because it is in the same state as LA. It's not really, SFO is in Upper California, LA is Lower CA's buttcrack: they are truly different states and the north should secede. Peace.
Cleveland steel built cali. Do your fn homework. If you from cleveland, new york, or chicago, than you see how the grand architects built oakland to represent the great lakes of industry.
June 22-28, 2016
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