Juliana Sadock Savino 
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Re: “Photos: #Occupy4Tamir Takes Over West Park

What happened to "Toomy Gunn" Snider and his minions? Ah, fade to non-news, thank God. . .

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Posted by Juliana Sadock Savino on 05/24/2015 at 11:03 AM

Re: “Lemon Grass on Lee Closes, New Building Owner Puts Call Out to Local Chefs for Biz Proposals

I've heard floated the idea of a live music venue. I like this, it melds well with neighboring Heights Arts and is something other than yet another bar/restaurant.

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Posted by Juliana Sadock Savino on 03/19/2015 at 2:57 PM

Re: “Lemon Grass on Lee Closes, New Building Owner Puts Call Out to Local Chefs for Biz Proposals

northcoastservicesofcleveland, mighty hospitable of you to say so. Way to to represent the Heights. That aside, see my comment above, you dunce.

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Posted by Juliana Sadock Savino on 03/18/2015 at 9:40 AM

Re: “Lemon Grass on Lee Closes, New Building Owner Puts Call Out to Local Chefs for Biz Proposals

Oh, come on, am I the only one who saw the Swiftian in Scared West Siders hyperbole and handle?

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Posted by Juliana Sadock Savino on 03/17/2015 at 10:05 PM

Re: “14 Historical Celebrities Buried in Cleveland

What no Harvey Pekar? And he's not 50 feet from Eliot Ness. tsk.

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Posted by Juliana Sadock Savino on 05/25/2014 at 11:58 PM

Re: “Unevenly Spread: What Neighborhood Development Really Means in Cleveland and the Challenges Facing CDCs on the Near East and West Sides

Not just young people are paying attention. This old broad on a bike has ridden down Holton AND Falcon. And Berwick. I've gotten to know the people in the neighborhood. They are friendly and resilient, they haven't bailed. If the paradigm "do no harm to the neighborhood through which a road passes" is used, the OC fails. Keep fighting the good fight. Albert Porter's ideas need to stay dead and buried along with his sorry carcass.

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Posted by Juliana Sadock Savino on 01/19/2014 at 3:58 AM

Re: “The Top 5 Dive Bars in Cleveland

If Moe's on E17 was still around, they would be dive bar #1. I parked my car in front of Moe's when I played for the ballet because I was too cheap to pay for parking. You could smell that divey combo of hamburger grease and cigarette smoke. There was an dodgy apartment building across the street, now demolished. We'd see guys walk from there to Moe's and stumble home. We called the apartment house St. Moe's.

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Posted by Juliana Sadock Savino on 01/05/2014 at 11:06 PM

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