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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The Quality of Cleveland Life Report

Posted By on Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 11:08 AM


Cleveland City Council likely to give go-ahead for an office park on the lakefront. Half the space to be operated by Sam McNulty, the other half by Michael Symon.

New Superman exhibit at Cleveland Hopkins Airport will let visitors pay tribute to the city's role in creating the Man of Steel, and let TSA employees pay homage to the patron saint of X-ray vision.

Case Western Reserve University receives $20 million for new medical school facilities. Tri-C will be happy if you promise to have your broken-down 1998 Taurus towed from the parking lot by the first snow.

This Week's Index: You're Greg Little, dropping almost every pass thrown to you and celebrating manically when you manage to snag one. And your boss would like a word with you.


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