Why is it only $5,000 reward when the Facebook guy was $50,000? Just doesn't seem fair!!!!
Let Dan Gilbert pay for this himself....doesn't he have enough money without stealing mine. I don't care about the CAV's and I certainly don't want to pay for them. There are plenty of other things Cleveland needs than to update an already functioning building. Not everyone is a basketball or sports fan, why not invest in Cleveland and not just Cleveland Sports. I WILL stop paying my taxes. F you Dan Gilbert.
Frank Jackson's campaign staff has to be giddy. With Zack Reed now battling Jeff Johnson for the one open spot available in the general election - while shattering any chance of a coordinated grassroots movement hitting the streets through one serious contender - Jackson is virtually assured of another term before one vote is counted.
its about time we had a seafood boil place on the westside of Cleveland. The other restaurants mentioned are all east of the river. What are the prices? is there a website to have a peek a boo?
So what is the address???????????
Hey, I'm a guy and I don't like spiders, but that wouldn't stop me from wanting to wear a spider if it were a cool rendition, like a mascot sleeve logo on a jersey. Or, the graphic of the Spider could be re-drawn to be more like a friendly cartoon version, just like Baltimore's Oriole, Milwaukee's Barrelman, or New York's Mr. Met. That should make you like it more. Also, tho you might not "like" spiders because you might be "afraid" of them, you do want to "scare" your opponent also. "Tribe" is sort of a logical progression from Indians, but it is kind of too generic and not really something you can grab onto or translate into a logo very easily and make it marketable or have much sale-ability. It's kind of like Minnesota "Wild" which doesn't rate very high in NHL jersey sales. "Blackhawks" sells!
When Dan Gilbert was making his closing personal push for the casino vote, he employed Bernie Kosar as the local "sidekick-for-a-paycheck" to make the northeast Ohio media tour. It appears that Kevin Kelley is Dan's new mutt.....but this one keeps soiling the hardwood floor and slobbering on arena seats.
Ummm, yes, strange timing during a school day. Guess I can't take my kiddos.
What a coward! Waste of life.
Now he's got to answer to our lord and savior. I'm going to pray for both families. God bless everybody
We safe GLTTTTT
The Godwin Family already reported that they had prayed he would surrender himself to authorities and that this wasn't the ending they wanted.
One less Animal on this Earth
What a stupid and ignorant remark, John.
now the Goodwin Family will sue Erie and Cleveland Police for forcing him to kill himself using a piece of S#$T lawyer
It essentially comes down to the killer's planning -- if Stephens took the necessary steps to live off the grid.....it will take time for him to resurface.
Tribe is the next logical one. Not a woman alive likes spiders!!
As news circulates about the work being done on the Memorial this summer we thought we would share some facts about the past work done on the Memorial. This will help to explain why the current work needs to be done.
Despite the inaccessibility of the plaza, rotunda and column, the park, park grounds and the Visitor Center open May 20 for the 2017 season. Perrys Victory and International Peace Memorial has a full schedule of events and Ranger programs this year, including the new Put-in-Bay Music Festival on June 10 featuring eight bands. All park programs are free. For a full schedule of 2017 events and programs, visit nps.gov/pevi.
The memorial is a massive Greek Doric column looming 352 feet over Lake Erie in Put-in-Bays downtown harbor. The pink granite and concrete structure took 34 months to build and opened on June 13, 1915.
For 102 years Perrys Victory, the National Park Services only international peace memorial, has stood unprotected through northern Ohios bitter winters and some blistering summers. The cycle of freezing and thawing, along with substandard repairs by contractors in the 1960s and early 1980s, took its toll on the historic structure.
A compromised drainage system that allowed water to infiltrate the column caused structural damage that resulted in a 500-pound piece of granite falling 317 feet off the southeast side of the observation deck in June 2006. For obvious safety concerns the column was inaccessible in 2006 and intermittently in 2007 while surveys were conducted on the structures safety.
Park officials started competing for federal funds to make needed repairs. In 2010 the park received $7.2 million in funding to repair the drainage issues on the observation deck and to overhaul the 1938 Otis elevator that carries visitors to the top.
The column was inaccessible from 2010 through early 2012 while Phase I of the maintenance and repairs were completed. Perrys Victory secured $1.8 million in funding for fiscal year 2017 to tackle Phase II of the project. The silicone sealant installed in the 1960s and replaced in the 1980s to seal the mortar between the joint lines in the granite failed and allowed water both surface precipitation, and from poor drainage on the observation deck to deteriorate the mortar.
The column will be inaccessible in 2017 while the silicone is removed, the column cleaned and the mortar joints repaired. Safety is the parks number one concern. This project completes a program of repairs, cleaning and maintenance necessary for the continued safe use of the structure.
The re-pointing of the column is being done with swing stages instead of scaffolding which will cut the time it takes to complete repairs in half. This cycle of maintenance is expected to continue every 20 years.
April 19-25, 2017
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