Promoter of Mid West Reggae Fest Owner of Packy Malley's Wedding DJs Co-Owner of Malley's Chocolates Active Big Brother since 1995
Can't wait to go there! Great article Doug and congrats to Brian from Ochoa Rios!
Fabulous article! Are faculty getting drug tested? Is there a heroin problem at these schools? There are all kinds of preventative measures but I don't go for this. The silly answer is to say, "if they are not doing it they have nothing to fear." Would you test your spouse for STD with the same philosophy? The backbone of these schools is faith. The schools should have some faith in their students. This is a parent issue as Vince says. I doubt a kid on drugs would succeed at any of these schools anyway. Some high school kids feel like they are in a prison already, what is next...their emails & Facebook pages. Control is a tricky subject. Packy Malley (Ignatius '83).
FANTASTIC! What a great idea. Imagination + hard work + investment $ = success! I am excited just reading about this. The Beachand needs a shot in the arm and I hope this does it. I love the ideas I read. I wish mad success! Maybe there is room for a small reggae club?!!
Good luck Dave! Congratulations!
I graduated from OSU and the spirit is unlike few places in the country. Of course their are knuckleheads but nothing close to what is down at a Browns game. Radio and newspaper people love to talk about OSU good or bad because it is certain to trigger a lot of responses. Football rules the roost and the Buckeyes are a powerhouse. It is great fun to be a Buckeye fan because we have some of the best football in the nation. For those that have never been to an OSU game I suggest you go early, enjoy the band and atmosphere and you will enjoy that as much as the game. OSU Footall has had its blemishes but it is still a world class program that we should be proud of.
This was the most tasteless Scene article I have ever read. It was written with no originality and it was very distastful. The article mentions all kinds of public officials and well known Clevelanders who I'm sure were embarraseed to be mentioned in an article like this. The people you singled out are parents and grandparents who did not ask to be part of your story. I'm sure if you asked them they could have given you clever responses to your questions that would have been fun to read and more interesting. Instead, Scene printed the most juvenile comments submitted. Just because some knucklehead writes in the most immature respose to your questions doesn't mean you have to put in the Scene. I love Scene Magazine, including Dan Savage's page every week but the "Lust" issue was a classic case of letting the public drag us in the gutter. Scene, you can never error on the side of class.
All fine additions no doubt! Some other great Cleveland "things" are Parade the Circle, Wade Oval Wednesdays, Hessler Street Fair, Shooters in the summertime, Pier-W, Natural History Museum, Playhouse Square, professional sports, the Goodtime III, Grog Shop and Whiskey Island. There is another 11!
I could keep going on about the great neighboorhood bars and restaurants or how Cleveland is one of the top cities for charity donations and hours of volunteer service.
Personally, I hope people enjoy our Malley's Chocolates and the Mid West Regage Fest!
But, let us not forget the best part of Cleveland...THE PEOPLE! The 42 years of Scene Magazine are mighty cool as well!!
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