Interesting thoughts but already passe, the region has moved past this dreck, and your thoughts are better served in the late 1990's ... Here's what... We live in one of the best geographical regions of Ohio, heck, even the nation... with a national park in the middle of it... World class architecture, museums, restaurants, orchestra and play houses.. OH WAIT THERE'S A GREAT LAKE TOO, cost of living is nothing, and the quality of the housing stock rivals the East Coast ... So please, stop the moaning and whining .. the ONLY thing holding us back are idiots that want some blue collar bull---- past back ... A past, by the way, that was full of bad decissions, golden generation suburban exidus and Me generation laziness... Please spare me... Some, maybe even many Xer's bought the negative hype, but it was lies sold to us by ignorant parents... but its over man... Because none of it is true, because as soon as you open your eyes you see how amazing NEO actually is.... Burned so badly ?... get a life. This isn't Detroit ... Sigh no more ladies, sigh no more... W. Shakespeare
NY includes slices, right?
Nature's Bin is my go-to store for local honey and bulk herbs. YOU WILL BE MISSED :'(
Please have Vegan pizza or just veggie without any cheese ....like they have in New York !!
Getting harassed by a mime is creepier.
Anything to get the clown in that image off the street. He's an embarrassment to the city. Gotta believe that tourists and visitors laugh at him. There was a kid who looked just like him (minus the guitar) who hung around Wrigley Field. When he went inside, Cub fans laughed him out of the bleachers. He was sad and pathetic. So is this guy. Send him to the sticks. He's kid birthday party material.
Chuckles the Clown
Especially since their abilities are lackluster at best....
Do you have an exact date for opening yet?
I hope you can buy a slice in a minute, like in NYC.
There is no doubt - this place will be a huge success! The decor, the food preparation, the service, the management will all come together for a magnificent experience!
Rob tell us where
Can you tell me where there is other NY style pizza places near the westside?
Who the hell ever watches TBS when they don't carry national sporting events? TBS is a has-been, piece- of-shit , run-of-the-mill cable network whose glory days are in the far-distant past. They were actually better when Ted and Jane ran the circus and they still carried the Atlanta Braves, whom they called "America's Team"...when everyone knew America watched the Cubs on WGN. The Cubs routinely clobbered them in the ratings for decades.
If the Cubs don't choke this week, and advance, TBS will cleverly run images of Mrs. O' Leary's cow and a burning Chicago...or maybe gangsters mowing people down. But now that the Tribe and Jays have swept, TBS is done covering baseball for a while.
Listen to the play-by-play guys on ALL the sports networks. They were biased in favor of Boston and now they are creaming themselves over the Giants. The truth is, television hates the Midwest and Midwestern teams. They want the games to be in affluent yuppie towns like SF and Boston, because that's where the affluent eyeballs are. They despise places like Cleveland... and even Chicago. So a burning river image is neither new nor surprising. They're all bi-coastal assholes at the networks.
National play-by-play coverage has mocked and denigrated ALL Cleveland pro teams for decades. And it's not just the Browns...or even about losing and winning. They snarked at the Cavs last summer, and they will do it to the Tribe this fall.
Don't believe it? Tune in, if you have the stomach for it, and a vomit bag by your side.
Chuckles the Clown
There used to be a time when sports team coverage had a clear delineation between the beat reporter and columnists. Heck, there was a time when the beat reporter actually covered every game. But what remains of sports journalism mostly centers on hot takes to generate online clicks and - hopefully - some brief chatter during the daily garbage that masquerades as sports-talk radio.
So very sad to see Nature's Bin close. My favorite store in Lakewood! I have so much respect for their unique and compassionate mission to help people with developmental disabilities, accident victims and people who have suffered emotional trauma to move towards independent living through Cornucopia's amazing training program. Nature's Bin was the visual reminder every day of the valuable work they do in our community.
Love to see another NY / NJ style pizza joint opening up. Sorry, folks, but if you claim there is no NY style pizza around, then you just haven't been looking hard enough. They're out there!
LOL I knew the SJWs of Twitter would make Pedro apologize. He did nothing racist.
When will you be open?
OMGGG!!!!! THANK YOU!!! I HAVE BEEN DYING FOR SOME NY PIZZA. just built a home in ohio city and there is just NOOOOO good pizza (NY STYLE) around. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU
Speaking of faux pas, the final score was 4-3.
October 19-25, 2016
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