Cleveland: Does she look any prettier from underneath the street?

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If Cleveland’s recent sinkhole issues made you think, “Gee, I haven’t spent enough time underground lately,” then we have an activity for you. This Saturday, the Cuyahoga County Soldier’s & Sailor’s Monument in Public Square – that big pointy thing in the middle of downtown -- will offer tunnel tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Turns out that thing isn’t just a back rest for homeless bongo players, but is actually a 114-year-old monument built as a memorial to those Cuyahogans who fought and died in the Civil War. And apparently it was built on top of a series of tunnels once used for weapons and uniform storage. ...
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