Nice correction. Thank God. Too bad the print version holds this blunder for all posterity.
But whatever, right? Too err is human....
Maybe it's on "stand by only" because they're trying to locate an actual film, or even original source material, of Miles Davis as a "legendary saxophonist." ARE YOU KIDDING ME?! It's really too bad no one working at Scene, which is a great publication with great people, didn't catch this beyond egregious error. Miles played trumpet, man! Good God, this is absolutely inexcusable. (Cheadle is even holding the right instrument in the picture they used! Sweet Jesus.)
Break up with the punk. He clearly backs futility.
Oh, yeah, hit up Paradise Island in Euclid. You'll probably run into him weeping in his drink.
On Manziel's jock so hard. No substance to his "reporting," just a bombastic fan with trivia
in his head. But isn't that all of them? That voice, too, like nails on a chalkboard. He'll surface
somewhere in this (other than LBJ and "celeb chefs") starless town, most likely on his lame
"comedy" tours. You're not Polk, Jr., hack, and neither is Alan Cox, Zumock or any other so-called
personalities in this city. Deuces, trick!
"America, the home of the free? Whoever told you that is your enemy...."
"America, fuck yeeeah!"
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