It's not easy being green: Green space was a common battle cry at the City Club's second installment of its wildly popular "Redeveloping Cleveland" series. The October 11 "On the Waterfront: Shoring Up Our Future" gabfest focused on the need to create more public access to the lakefront. For certain members of the panel, this would not involve Ferris wheels. Leave it to City Council President Michael Polensek to get straight to the point, scoffing at the notion of modeling Cleveland's waterfront after Chicago's Navy Pier. The real appeal of the Windy City's lakeshore lies in its green space, he insisted. Of course, he did note, "I've never been to Chicago, but I've seen pictures."
From the We Have No Idea What This Means Dept.: According to Mickey Porter's people column in the October 17 Beacon Journal, Barbara Walters has signed a new deal with ABC. A mug shot accompanied the blurb. Either Soft Focus Barb needs to visit her electrologist or a picture of San Diego Padres manager Bruce Bochy was inserted by mistake.
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