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Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Last Call: Scene Wants to Answer Your Questions About Cleveland

Posted By on Tue, Jun 9, 2015 at 12:23 PM

click to enlarge ERIK DROST
Got a question?  

Cleveland is a dynamic city — and Northeast Ohio a dynamic region. Lots of things move around here, sputtering and clanking and buzzing with growth. The sum of these parts is a city always in motion, always changing and redefining its past, present and future. With all of that hustle and bustle, you're bound to wind up with a few unanswered questions.

We'd like to help out.

Over the next few weeks, get in touch and submit your FAQs or Not-So-FAQs about Cleveland. We want it all: the granular, the sweeping, the tongue-in-cheek, the unexpected, the forward-thinking, the historically curious, the political, and on and on. Our staff will get the answers for ya — signed, sealed and delivered in the inaugural Scene Answers Issue in late June. 

Check out Washington City Paper's issues for examples of the questions they've confronted. Examples: Where can I get a $2 or $3 beer in D.C.? What’s the history of the houses in Lafayette Square Park? May one raise bees on one’s roof in D.C.?

Drop questions in the comments section here or via social media (@Cleveland_Scene on Twitter, Cleveland Scene on Facebook). Or email questions to

— Originally published May 11

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