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Brown Derby? One block over!
Prosperity Social Club in Tremont has the best fish fry I have had in a long time. During lent they are open for lunch on Fridays. They also have great side options too if you do not want french fries.
Jethro Tull closely followed by Peter Gabriel. Both were unforgettably awesome shows.
Oasis? Really? You mean the band that released the UK's all-time fastest selling album? The band that managed to shift 22m copies of (What's The Story) Morning Glory? The holders of the British record for highest demand for concert tickets for a single event?
Oh yeah, I'd love to see Blur pull that off
It was a blast!
I have never heard of a few of these bands, so you can not say they were tooooo over-rated. Yes, I am older but I am exposed to different music from my two children, ages 24 and 30. The most over-rated bands of all time are the beatles, pink floyd and I do agree with grateful dead. All these bands were played way too much and were not anything special. Some dare to call the Beatles rock!!!!! POP is more like it.
The pearl road tavern has the best jumbo wings 4370 pearl rd
What about Stan's Bakery in Northfield...... the are award winning Pierogi.... smazne
OK I'll say it...the girl in photo #1, on the right with the dark straight hair and the patterned black top is just 'crazy beautiful'...um hello...
You forgot Dick's in Berea, Bread and Beyond on State Road in Parma, and Samosky's in Parma Heights, to name a few!
I lived at the top of Murray Hill in the early '70's. Remember seeing white power sprayed on the walls. White power did not mean white skin, blue eyes and blond hair. Nope, it was olive skin and dark hair. I saw a few nasty fights at the Feast where they took a guy with long hair and beat the crap out of him. As much as possible I took the bus from University circle to the top of the hill if I was alone, but when I was with my friend (from Italy) all was good. Somewhere along that time the Italians were all moving out to the 'burbs and some of my friends opened business's down there. Now, on my photo journeys it looks like the Italians are returning to claim their turf. Not so crazy now.
Am I the only one who has noticed that the "Click to Enlarge" part of this website design is pure fiction? It just goes to the next photo. Fix that!
the mega raw bar at blue point grille....perfection. and the pressed duck at Edwins is even better.
THE CUTE LITTLE CAKE SHOP in Strongsville! The BEST gourmet cupcakes and cake balls you will ever eat! A total MUST TRY if you are in the Cleveland area. All of the places mentioned are fabulous, too! We are lucky to have so many sweet local pastry/bakery/candy shops in the Cleveland area.
Why did you bother writing this article when you only have pictures of 3 of the dishes?
You guys are assuming a lot when you say that LeBron is going to tip at all. He is notorious for not tipping on huge bills, and for showing up unannounced and demanding a table for his entire entourage - usually forcing other people who actually made reservations to wait.
fragapane's ...just everything.
Not a very thoughtful list,most overrated should surely include so called legends such as John Lennon who's output post Beatles is patchy at best and the Beatles themselves as it's overrated you are supposedly talking about, yes they wrote great songs but their sales seem to be the basis of their legacy and not necessarily originality case in point sgt peppers which owes a debt to Lennon's documented appreciation of freak out! and it's influences but of course that didn't sell bucket loads, Not too mention all other sacred cows you have left unslaughtered 3/10 for inventiveness.
No location? hahaha
March 29- 4, 2017
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