Nice to meet you. I was there with my 11 year old daughter for her birthday.
Is this the same clown that went Rambo on the guy that tried to dine and dash?
Plain Dealer, October 10th : LOCAL CHEF LEAVES KITCHEN TO PLAY SUPERHERO, SHOT DEAD IN STREET
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What about the Dicknose Brewery & Eats project that is going on in the old Heemy Building on Dennison, that project has been going on for what feels like a decade.
When will the not-so-sly buffoons finally realize that countless business owners understand that having video cameras at numerous angles protect the innocent and nail the miscreants.
City officials - so many who have spent years or decades in elected and/or appointed posts - have demonstrated criminal neglect as the streets degenerated into a crazed lawlessness --- since the cries from desperate residents cannot be heard from the cool nighttime playground that is the heavily funded and solidly policed central downtown district.
This is precisely what is wrong with Cleveland. Why can't we put a nice grocery store on the city's east side, where real food deserts truly exist. Tremont residents have the West Side Market nearby, in addition to Dave's in Ohio City and Wal-Mart SuperCenter & Aldi's at Steelyard Commons. So much effort from the city is always focused on Ohio City, Tremont, and Downtown, where "hipsters" and plenty of individuals and couples with money live or are moving. Just look at the cost of buying a home in Tremont- it's far more expensive than anywhere else in the city. If the city were truly focused on helping its status, it would put just as much energy in helping the far underserved poor east side neighborhoods.
Don't forget Moorehouse in downtown willoughby opened this week. Looking forward to trying them out!!
Moorehouse in downtown willoughby just opened this week. Opened by a local family.
Having just moved to Shaker Square from out of town, totally oblivious to the surrounding neighborhoods, I am really astounded at what it is like in this part of Cleveland. I really think the Buckeye-Kinsman area is totally beyond help. It is almost rural in some parts, it really feels like you have totally left civilization and entered a war zone. It's really amazing how far this area has fallen, and how the people who live here don't do more to help themselves and their neighbors. I feel really sorry for the city of Cleveland for having to deal with this neighborhood and wasting money there for people who don't want help.
That is SOOOOOO yesterday's news. Time to get a (new) life.
"Black Lives Matter" (how true) but if it doesn't seem to matter in the Black community, why should it matter to anyone else? Take back your neighborhoods, control your kids, harass the gangs plaguing your streets, turn-in your terrorists, be parents, be citizens, be stronger then the evils that live within your community. A 5 month old shot in the chest and to all other children and adults that died this month, it's time to step up to the plate and solve the problem from within. Hope for a better tomorrow by being "active" today. PEACE
This was really good. I liked the parts where you talked about football. MONEY SIGNS IN ALL Y'ALL'S FACES!
Music for the event should be from Iggy Pop's "Zombie Birdhouse".
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Vince Grzegorek violated basic tenets of journalism and is trying to avoid getting fired.
Here’s what happened: Grzegorek is BFF’s with the lead attorney for the plaintiffs. The attorney was feeding Grzegorek information about the case. All of a sudden Grzegorek decides it would be great a cover story. And guess what? It compels a few new witnesses to come forward to Scene. Combine that with the horrible remarks readers are leaving in the Comments Section, and the defendants are quickly very eager to settle the case. Now, of course, the settlement amount Grzegorek’s BFF wants from them skyrockets. Go figure!
So Vince and his BFF worked in concert to make the cover story happen and in turn the BFF was handsomely rewarded through legal fees. And they all lived happily every after.
…..or is it????
It is sour grapes from a pack of losers.
Not a bunch of screaming teens, but rather a great family event that is funny, scary, and informative. Was there last year. Don't miss it, it's truly Cleveland's unique Halloween experience.
Cause we can not reform police ourselves, we have to pay some outside agency to do it? What the actual fuck!?
When they had half orders, we would go there at least once a week (from BP and Key buildings). Taking that choice away has sort of aced lunch for us now. Back to going a couple of times per year. Sorry Cats. I was a noodle cat evangelist because it was a good value and the right amount of food for lunch. Hopefully they bring that back before they fold.
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