Wow, looks great from what it was. Next up will be doing something about that green bridge that just stays up all the time now. It literally is a bridge to nowhere.
They got in trouble. I don't have links, but Scene did a story on that when it happened. You could probably just google it if you want the full details, but I know cops showed up and put a stop to the festivities.
If you don't have cash to waste, buy a pair of clippers ($15, the price of one haircut), and then cut it yourself or with help from a friend. I did that all through college, and my hair looked just fine. Heck, you can even cut the hair of family and friends, and make a little bit of spare change in the process. Cutting hair really isn't all that hard once you have a basic understanding of what you're doing.
Some people have talent, and others do not. Hal clearly falls into the first group. I'm glad that technology was able to make his life better, and that he lived long enough to share his talents with everyone else. RIP
We can be nice to the Republicans for a week as we take their money. The extremely hostile protestors that they attract will do our dirty work for us. *smirk*
Why wouldn't you be "caught dead" in this place? Have you never tried vegan food? It's really good. I eat meat, but I also enjoy vegetarian and vegan food as well. Why not?
So, one man is dead, four lives are permanently damaged if not destroyed, countless other lives of loved ones and friends are crippled or at least very negatively impacted, and a community has one of its supporting pillars kicked out. All that for what, $500? $1000? It doesn't even matter what the amount of money was, even for a million dollars it wasn't worth it. The saddest part is, even if these 4 clowns "pay their debt to society" in full, we as a society and a community are still getting the shaft on this.
This is a wonderful thing for the city and the area in general. Now, I personally wouldn't be caught dead in this place, but that doesn't mean I don't know how important this is to a lot of people. The food scene in Cleveland keeps growing and growing, and that's never a bad thing.
Thanks, Hank. Hope you realized how much of an impact you made for the city of Cleveland. RIP buddy.
What's more sad than groveling in the dirt in front of someone, only for them to laugh at you and walk away? Groveling in the dirt a second time in front of that same person. You know, because free pass on that last time and everything you did.
Ah, America. The only place in the world where something like this can happen and be considered somewhat normal.
Whenever something happens all hush-hush, there's always a story behind it...
Remember everyone, to stand up for what you believe in! Until you reach a settlement, then go silent and cash that check.
Reports of Cleveland's demise have been greatly exaggerated! Suck on that, other cities! Ha ha!
This is dirty politics at play here. I guess every man has his price.
It sounds like Miss Catherine is the one who needs an Escape...
~Was the priest monologue filmed just for this or is it from a movie? Very powerful words.~
ABC the Tavern welcomes one and all, especially our near-west neighbors. Uptown is destined to be one of Cleveland's most popular neighborhoods, and we're proud to have been there from the start! Bring it on Schimoler!!!!
Your wrong to put down great clips. It is an affordable cut for people who do not have cash to waste.
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