He dindu nuffin.
"It's literally a city block," Zitiello said, of the 20,000-square-foot facility.
Exactly. The city block between W. 118th and W. 119th, on the south side of Lorain.
Not even close to being on West 117th. The address of the Variety is 11817 Lorain.
Your image shows that you at least did a drive-by, but did you even know where you were, Sam? Put down that pipe and pay attention to the road!
Chuckles the Clown
My wife and I have been going there since it opened, as it is never crowded or rowdy, the way too many big box multiplexes are (I can't stand them).
And perhaps that is the problem...the Capitol is always half-full...sometimes a lot less.
Some folks might even claim that only educated East Siders are film buffs and that West Siders are dumb-asses or simply just don't care...but that's bullshit.
Maybe if the Capitol was operated in the manner that the Cedar Lee is, folks might come from places other than Detroit-Shoreway and Gordon Square. We live well west of both...and it's our go-to movie theater...a lot closer than Shaker Square, by far.
I hope to hell the Capitol survives. If it does not, Cleveland will have suffered a MAJOR cultural loss. And for what? Why? Beats me...
Chuckles the clown
I know Cali from past experience and if she has done what they said she did; she deserves what comes to her.
Congratulations to both of you.
Though I appreciate the credit for a great design for the Projections for American Idiot at the Beck Center, I can only take credit for the scenic and lighting design. The projections were designed by Adam Zeek and Douglas Puskas and they deserve full credit for their dynamic design. - Trad A Burns
Sanchez. What a winner. If abusing his kid and losing custody wasnt enough
This report is absolutely IGNORANT. The way it was written up was in a way to "pick on" Cali Miles... "For Miles' 25,000 Instagram followers, we'd imagine the prison selfies will be particularly great". That was IGNORANT! Wow. Obviously none of you talking down on Cali Miles know her at all. If u did youd know she would give u the shoes off her feet so that YOU could walk comfortable. The shirt off her back so that YOU can stay warm. She is such a sweet girl. And so what if she may have made some decisions YEARS AGO to make some money happen... No one is perfect. At least she put alot of her made money into giving OTHERS a chance to shine and to give OTHERS the chance to follow their dreams. I know first hand that she has used her money for the work of good. So since none of u know her then u are wrong for down talking her the way u are. Im so aggravated by these words im seeing people say about my sis. SHUT UP!
- Party Like It's 1859 -
Execute Wells Fargo bankers first . Then I will worry about party girls patronizing party people at their request.
I'd love to be able to get up to the Capital (and Cedar Lee) for more films as I love their midnight movies and the independent/special films they show. If we had better public transportation options from Kent/Akron to Cleveland that would be MUCH more likely. As it is I have to drive the 50 minutes to Cleveland and back to enjoy a show which is not always feasible.
Front row? Hmmmmm... Politics makes strange bedfellows...I wonder who hers is? [big snort]
Chuckles the Clown
I thought Scott Taylor Moved to DC
I'm a Cleveland native how do I attend and where??
"Hot Take Hey Hoynsie" will find some fault in this great story.
The main photo of the article is the most damning indictment of American development architecture I've seen in quite some time. Enjoy the suburbs, humans.
So sad to see my friend from my early twenties father on this list. Her poor family already had to mourn her murder this year and now this drama. Praying for the family
Those Pop Warner League plays are now on film....and Purdue is not the next opponent.
Thanks for the article Josh..
.Gary and I have done art in Cleveland for over 45 years. Its always the artists that save the cities and neighborhoods, thats a fact everywhere. All the now "cool art places" started out as ghetto's or run down neighborhoods till the artists showed the possibilities of a good place to live. And they do it because creating awareness and beauty is what we do. Artists should get a little more respect and support.
But as we all know the all mighty dollar is what makes the rules... so artists will continue to be used up and spit out. But we keep on going because we have to...making art is in our blood.
Nate vapenik probably informed the feds.
September 28- 4, 2016
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