Hey Sam Allard, how about people taking responsibility for themselves and dig themselves out of poverty instead of playing the woe is me race card. Better yet why don't you help the situation and quit writing race baiting articles.
I don't understand how this is possible. The County and the Central City have for many years enjoyed a liberal political monopoly that solves the problems of the poor, and provides leadership to ensure equality of races. Maybe the problem is that the last group of leaders is not here to help them, what with jail time and all. Not entrepreneurial? Wow! What a surprise! Why would anybody be entrepreneurial in a system that pays them for not working? That's simple economics.
Of course, the next question is are whites and Hispanics doing any better, since that same magazine has name Cleveland the poorest city in the U.S....
then if they're not happy, LEAVE
No more handjobs for mopes allowed.
Apparently, the solution is for unemployed and unsuccessful African Americans to move to Atlanta, Charlotte or Washington D.C. where they will become more entrepreneurial, make more money and own their own homes.
Impressive! I look forward to the grand opening.
Think the parking lot will ever be fixed? It was tore apart months ago, and I still have to walk through a muddy ice pit to get to my residence. Other than that I'm very excited to see this project come to fruition! The building looks great, it would make it even better if you shared space with the neighbors.
Great addition to the eastside culinary scene. Nick can cook!
Have lived here for 17 years and always travelled outside the city to eat. Love Paragon and BeachClub! Excited to try the new place! Thanks for not passing up Euclid...it means so much to the neighbors who love this city!!
So whats the solution? people need to ignore these kinds of articles and just do whats best for themselves and their families. listening to this negativity is what brings people down.
Thank you, Janet Scott, for your commitment to Euclid. I, too, am your neighbor, (on 209,) but when I was growing up, our pediatrician had his office in that building! It is a lovely building, and we are so anxious for the grand opening!
Nick Kustala knows how to open and lay out a restaurant all my best wishes in seeing this place rise above all expectations
Parking is the least of Euclids problems. Glad to see business is coming back to the city.
Why don't the citizens get to vote on this initiative? When will people demand a healthcare system that puts patient needs first as opposed to more schemes that degrade and redline care to those who need it most? The national "trend" of transitioning care from the most regulated environment (the hospital) to the least regulated (your home) and provided by the most qualified healthcare providers (RNs, etc) to the least qualified ( your mom, wife, daughter, etc) is dangerous to patients
This needs done and it needs done now.
We have a chance to be one of the first places in the world to have full legalization. This is how you get tourism dollars, not wait a hundred years like we did with casinos.
That's not even to mention putting a big dent in the police state that the War on Drugs has started.
Look forward to and welcome this new restaurant to Euclid Ohio. I hope it contributes to a re-awakening of this once wonderful city.
I look forward to this new and welcome restaurant in Euclid Ohio. Our neighborhood needs this shot in the arm.
This seems like a great idea! Legalize, but regulate. Tax it and keep that money in Ohio, and stricter regulation will solve most of the problems seen in Colorado.
Finally! Excited to have this just around the corner!
Sure not enough parking spaces for that many people. Going to be a parking nightmare for the residents for sure. I hope they don't infringe on the other establishments parking spaces either.
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