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Re: “Ohio City’s Bonbon Pastry to Become Aladdin’s Eatery Spinoff Boaz Café

I have literally no idea why anyone would go here when their neighbor, Nate's Deli, is selling the best Middle Eastern food in NEO. Aladdin's is so bad.

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Posted by cheyes on 12/27/2016 at 3:00 PM

Re: “Cincinnati’s Bad Tom Smith to Open Small Brewery/Taproom in Ohio City

"Impressive" or reallly fucking stupid.

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Posted by cheyes on 12/24/2016 at 2:04 PM

Re: “The Growing Pains of Cleveland’s Newest Westside Neighborhood

Mike Fiala has the quote of the article. Subsiding luxury apartment buildings and condos without any requirement for an affordability component is just disgusting. The city needs to get it together. We need to create policy that maintains social and economic diversity in our "hot" neighborhoods for the long term.

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Posted by cheyes on 11/26/2015 at 12:40 PM

Re: “The Steelyard Wal-Mart is the Worst Wal-Mart in America

The customer service is awful because of the managerial staff. I feel sorry for the people who work for there. Have good managers makes a huge difference in employee happiness and productivity (obviously). I don't think many people blame the regular staff for those staff members who are defending themselves.

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Posted by cheyes on 09/22/2015 at 8:10 PM

Re: “The Steelyard Wal-Mart is the Worst Wal-Mart in America

I have to go there for work sometimes because I work at a nonprofit and sometimes I just have to.

The workers are zombies. You know they are treated horribly. They openly tell you about the nonsense that goes on. They frequently have to miss breaks, the managerial staff is awful to both workers and customers, etc.

Last year, I had to buy school supplies and spent a couple grand on thousands of supplies. They made a mistake and charged me tax despite me going through the whole tax-free routine where the cashier types in the number, etc. Get the school supplies to the van before I noticed the mistake...I'm charged tax. I go back and request the tax be refunded. Nope. They want to RESCAN THE ENTIRE ORDER. I tell them they are crazy. I request a manager. Manager is very incompentant and insists on rescanning literally *thousands* of school supplies. I request store manager. No go. She too bizzy. I call the store line, put on a professional white girl work voice, and ask for the store manager who never leaves her office. They put her on right away. I give her the business.

She sends a second manager who says it's illegal to refund the tax without re-ringing the stuff. Bullshit.

Compared to Target where I bought most the school supplies who gave me 1) multiple discounts without asking, 2) free Starbuck's in line, 3) assistance to my van, and 4) a great attitude.

The stuff that goes on there (the customer services, the mess in the store with shoes and clothes scattered on the floors not to be picked up for hours) would never fly in a suburban white WalMart. Because their customer base is low-income people of color at Steelyard, they don't give a damn.

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Posted by cheyes on 09/22/2015 at 5:21 PM

Re: “Man Breaks into Ohio City Home, Drops His Pants, Watches Woman Sleep

Follow up on this story. It's been disproven. This woman is opening a business in Ohio City.

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Posted by cheyes on 09/12/2015 at 8:34 PM

Re: “Go West, Young Man: Ohio City Mainstay Matt Stipe Sets Up Shop in Detroit Shoreway with Banter

Artisanal beer, saving Cleveland, one neighborhood at a time.


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Posted by cheyes on 09/24/2014 at 12:52 PM

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