So you shlepped around the party-hardy children of Republican delegates?
A Northwestern grad like you should know that it's "party-hearty"...even I know that.
And I didn't go to any fancy-assed Medildo School of Urinalism.
You confabbed with the agent? Past tense of the verb "to confab?" Seriously?
Chuckles the Clown
lol the dislikes are from Cruz, Kasich , n Bush's
From Cleveland area and live near Chicago, I miss Clevelanders they are awesome and the city is great... THis all made me even more homesick.
The Republican Party continues its sordid tradition of stealing music.
It supposed to be slap-stick physical comedy. You shouldn't be reviewing the movie if you haven't watched the show.
Everyone needs to send Joachim Noah - Chicago Bulls - a message of the greatness of Cleveland, OH...he really made a snide remark..."Why would anyone want to go to Cleveland, OH for a vacation?"
I am proud of my hometown...really miss all the ethnic happenings there and the awesome ethnic restaurants! I hope EVERYONE realizes what a great city Cleveland is...and by the way...today is Cleveland's 220th birthday!!!
I have to ask...why would anyone hit "dislike" on any of these comments above? Really? Way to go CLE! Way to be a shining light for the rest of our country!!!
It's also Brigit Kelly's 26th Birthday.... Ms. Cleveland Kelly
I don't know. Every day of the week seems like a difficult day to drive for Lyft, but that's just my opinion.
(Rideshare Driving - Exposed)
I too am a transplanted Clevelander, now in Atlanta. I am so proud of my hometown and particularly its people for successfully pulling this off... with the rust-belt / Rock-n-Roll charm that is uniquely Cleveland. You guys really nailed it; AWESOME job!
finally! proud of Cleveland for this one
I'd love for some brave soul to try going to Town Hall on a Saturday night and doing this, you're still gonna get your ass beat.
I too am a transplanted Clevelander and am so proud of my hometown. The people are the best! When I return, I can even feel the difference in my car. People smile and LOOK at you, not turn away with a glazed egocentric cloudiness. Best location in the nation!
I call BS on this propaganda story. It was because all the protesters stayed home bored.
No thanks. Mr. Symon is just a bit " too creepy " for me to watch him.
Yup...Well said folks...
But we already knew this! I am a transplanted Clevelander in Indiana and have always told everyone that Cleveland is an awesome place to live. I miss it and Love you Cleveland! I'm very proud of you!
I agree with Janet! The Cleveland Museum of Art, the botanical gardens (and enchanting butterfly aviary), the Cleveland Orchestra, the theaters, the food (OMG, the food), the beautiful parks build right into the city (including the beaches at Edgewater Park and the bluffside hiking trails out of Rocky River Nature Reserve), the music scene, the farmers' markets and co-ops, the unbelievable beer scene, and the sports (for a delicious beer at Great Lakes Brewery, you can ride the "fatty wagon" to Progressive Field for an Indians game, and then catch it back at the end, making parking a breeze.)
One of my very favorite things about Cleveland though is that it has room to be weird: the rents are SO cheap that local businesses don't really have to fit a mold. Take the bar scene: You've got bars that are just bicycle bars (Nanos Brew), just punk bars (Now That's Class, a hole-in-the-wall with a skate ramp and 2 stages), just soul bars (the 5 O'clock Lounge), just metal bars (the Foundry), just arcade game bars (16-Bit, where all the games are free), and just geek bars (the Side Quest, with board games and Harry Potter's Birthday celebrations, Star Wars trivia nights, etc.) All this stuff is right in Lakewood.
I lived on Cape Cod for years, one of the most swanky vacation spots in the US, but I used to vacation in Cleveland in the summer, which seems weird until you get to know the city. I eventually moved there. My large, pet friendly apartment, with high ceilings and hardwood floors in a beautiful brick Tudor style building, with garage parking, was across the street from Edgewater Park and the trails and beach, and a sub-10 minute drive to downtown. It cost me $725/month, heat included. Though I moved away, I still miss it and the wonderful friends I made there. Once my knees give out and I can't snowboard anymore, I'll probably move back.
And within a couple weeks, most of the stuff will be in the deep discount bins with the Manziel Browns jerseys.
Winning the NBA championship helped this area get it's Happy Mojo on. The whole northeast part of Ohio is feeling pretty damn good about itself right now. Our motto now is Great by The Lake. As far as that national line about a Mistake, As Cavs color man Austin Carr says "Get that weak stuff outta here!
July 27- 2, 2016
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