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  • Archeologists uncover Ohio life 4,000 years ago

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    Leon Bibb
    18 Jul 2014 | 7:21 pm
    Archeologists discover implements from the lives of people 4,000 years ago who lived in what is now Northeast Ohio.
  • Hudson QB Mitch Guadagni enjoys giving back through football: 31 in 31 football series (slideshow, video)

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    Northeast Ohio Media Group high school sports staff
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    Hudson's Mitch Guadagni plays the part of coach, quarterback and role model at Explorer's youth football camp.
  • Annual Soap Box Derby draws hundreds to Akron

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    Enrique Correa
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:37 am
    AKRON, Ohio — Nearly 500 young racers and their families from all over the planet will be in Akron this week for the 77th Annual All-American Soap Box Derby. The derby festivities started Monday afternoon with the Parade of Champions. It was a beautiful day for a parade as hundreds of race lovers lined Main Street for the First Energy All-American Soap Box Derby parade. Kids young and old came out. “I’m very excited because I’ve never been here before.  We are seeing the Soap Box Derbies,” said Luke Huntsman of Akron. “Seventy-seven years and I’m 66 and…
  • Creationist Ken Ham Wants to Defund NASA Because He Says Aliens Cannot Go to Heaven

    Cleveland Leader
    Julie Kent
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:41 pm
    Creationist Ken Ham, who became notorious after a debate with scientist Bill Nye, has declared NASA "pointless" because they are searching for extraterrestrial life and he says that according to the bible, aliens will go to hell, so what is the point of looking for them? In a column published to his website on Sunday, Ham said: “I’m shocked at the countless hundreds of millions of dollars that have been spent over the years in the desperate and fruitless search for extraterrestrial life.” He said that NASA's scientists are "desperately" trying to prove that evolution exists, and that…
  • Playmakers Youth Theatre of Beachwood take on challenge of unknown, 24-hour musical

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    Jeff Piorkowski, special to Sun News
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:13 pm
    The Playmakers Youth Theatre will present a 24-Hour Musical at 7 p.m. July 27. The cast will have no idea as to the musical's identity until they show up for the lone rehearsal 21 hours before showtime. The audience won't know its identity until the curtain opens.
 
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  • Annual Soap Box Derby draws hundreds to Akron

    Enrique Correa
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:37 am
    AKRON, Ohio — Nearly 500 young racers and their families from all over the planet will be in Akron this week for the 77th Annual All-American Soap Box Derby. The derby festivities started Monday afternoon with the Parade of Champions. It was a beautiful day for a parade as hundreds of race lovers lined Main Street for the First Energy All-American Soap Box Derby parade. Kids young and old came out. “I’m very excited because I’ve never been here before.  We are seeing the Soap Box Derbies,” said Luke Huntsman of Akron. “Seventy-seven years and I’m 66 and…
  • Weather: Hot and calm; just like summer

    A.J. Colby
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:17 am
    CLEVELAND — Tuesday morning begins calm and quiet. Showers and thunderstorms are on the horizon for Wednesday with a late-week temperature decline still on target. According to Meteorologist André Bernier, the month of July has had a very unusual amount of below normal temperatures. Below shows an illustration of how much of a deficit we are experiencing.  Anytime the number in blue is either +2 or -2 this indicates a significant amount below normal temperatures. Our number right now is -3.7°F, which indicates a significant deficit. The warm summer-like temperatures will continue…
  • Seen on TV: 7/22/14

    Jessica Dabrowski
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:52 am
    Here are the Seen on TV links for Tuesday, July 22: Click here for Voices in the Dark Animal Rescue/Black Tie and Tails Gala Click here for LeBron Coming Home coverage Click here for Enso Rolls and Bowls in Rocky River Click here for TSA fee comments Click here for Dynomite Burgers in PlayhouseSquare Click here for Scythian Click here for the Medina County Fair Click here for Sharon Budd fundraiser Click here for a chance to be in Star Wars: Episode VII Click here to support the Budd family Click here for 5K Foam Fest information Click here for United Ukrainian Organizations of Ohio Click…
  • Plugged In: Swanky NYC condo sets up ‘poor door’ for lower income tenants

    Darren Sweeney
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:45 am
    It’s called the “poor door.” According to WPIX in New York City, a new luxury condominium development has been given the go ahead from the city’s Dpeartment of Housing, Preservation and Development to have lower income residents use a separate door from the building’s main entrance. It’s part of the “Inclusionary Housing Zoning” program. In exchange for providing housing for tenants who make 60% of the area’s median income, or about $60,000, the developer struck a deal with the previous city administration for valuable tax breaks. A…
  • Missing: Yhousif Kenneth Dajani

    elysechengeryfox8news
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:30 am
    OLMSTED FALLS — FOX 8 has launched a project in hopes of finding missing people here in Northeast Ohio. Today, we are featuring 17-year-old Yhousif Kenneth Dajani who went missing from Olmsted Falls on July 11, 2014. Yhousif is 5’10″ with brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing blue shoes, gray shorts, and a gray sweatshirt. If you have any information on his whereabouts please call Detective Brewer with The Olmsted Falls Police Department 440-235-1234. *For more information on Fox 8′s Missing Person Project CLICK HERE* *If you would like to have someone featured in…
 
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  • Creationist Ken Ham Wants to Defund NASA Because He Says Aliens Cannot Go to Heaven

    Julie Kent
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:41 pm
    Creationist Ken Ham, who became notorious after a debate with scientist Bill Nye, has declared NASA "pointless" because they are searching for extraterrestrial life and he says that according to the bible, aliens will go to hell, so what is the point of looking for them? In a column published to his website on Sunday, Ham said: “I’m shocked at the countless hundreds of millions of dollars that have been spent over the years in the desperate and fruitless search for extraterrestrial life.” He said that NASA's scientists are "desperately" trying to prove that evolution exists, and that…
  • Just Hours Left to Register for 2014 Gay Games in Cleveland

    Julie Kent
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:16 pm
    You don't have to be gay or lesbian, or transgendered, to participate in the 2014 Gay Games that are being held in Cleveland next month, but you do need to be quick. Registration for the event, which will kick off on August 9, will end tonight at midnight. More than 50 different countries are expected to be represented in the Gay Games. According to Rob Smitherman, director of events and operations for the games, Northeast Ohioans have been very welcoming so far. The events are expected to draw tens of thousands to the Cleveland and Akron areas. Category: Local NewsLatest News: Local…
  • 2 Ohio Democratic Politicians to Live on Minimum Wage for One Week

    Julie Kent
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:10 pm
    Three Democratic politicians are preparing to live life as one of our nation's poor for one week beginning on Thursday. Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland, U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) and U.S. Rep. Jan Schkowsky (D-Illinois) announced on Monday that they play to "step into the shoes of a minimum wage worker and live for one week on just $77" as they participate in the Live the Wage Challenge to mark the fifth anniversary since Congress last increased the U.S.'s minimum wage. The three politicians will chronicle their experiences on social media from July 24 to July 30. Their goal is to shed…
  • Brennan's Colony to Re-Open Tuesday Following Owner's Murder

    Julie Kent
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:49 pm
    Brennan's Colony, a restaurant in Cleveland Heights, was shut down weeks ago after its owner, Jim Brennan, was murdered inside. The 61-year-old was fatally shot inside his restaurant on June 30, but the restaurant will re-open on Tuesday. On Tuesday, the restaurant will only be serving drinks, but on Friday the kitchen will also re-open, but with a limited menu. Brennan's Colony is located at 2299 Lee Road. Two sets of brothers face charges in the incident. They have all pleaded not guilty. Category: Local NewsLatest News: Local NewsCleveland/Cuyahoga CountyNews
  • Johnny Manziel Jersey is the Best-Selling in the NFL

    Julie Kent
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:38 pm
    Johnny Manziel has yet to even play in a single regular season pro football game, but he's already a huge hit with fans. Manziel, who wears No. 2 for the Cleveland Browns, has the best-selling jersey in the NFL, according to nflshop.com. Manziel, who also goes by the trademarked term "Johnny Football", was the former star quarterback and Heisma Trophy winner from Texas A&M. He was selected by the Browns as the 22nd overall pick in May's NFL Draft. Behind Manziel in terms of jersey sales is Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (No. 2), San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin…
 
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  • Annual Soap Box Derby draws hundreds to Akron

    Enrique Correa
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:37 am
    AKRON, Ohio — Nearly 500 young racers and their families from all over the planet will be in Akron this week for the 77th Annual All-American Soap Box Derby. The derby festivities started Monday afternoon with the Parade of Champions. It was a beautiful day for a parade as hundreds of race lovers lined Main Street for the First Energy All-American Soap Box Derby parade. Kids young and old came out. “I’m very excited because I’ve never been here before.  We are seeing the Soap Box Derbies,” said Luke Huntsman of Akron. “Seventy-seven years and I’m 66 and…
  • Weather: Hot and calm; just like summer

    A.J. Colby
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:17 am
    CLEVELAND — Tuesday morning begins calm and quiet. Showers and thunderstorms are on the horizon for Wednesday with a late-week temperature decline still on target. According to Meteorologist André Bernier, the month of July has had a very unusual amount of below normal temperatures. Below shows an illustration of how much of a deficit we are experiencing.  Anytime the number in blue is either +2 or -2 this indicates a significant amount below normal temperatures. Our number right now is -3.7°F, which indicates a significant deficit. The warm summer-like temperatures will continue…
  • Seen on TV: 7/22/14

    Jessica Dabrowski
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:52 am
    Here are the Seen on TV links for Tuesday, July 22: Click here for Voices in the Dark Animal Rescue/Black Tie and Tails Gala Click here for LeBron Coming Home coverage Click here for Enso Rolls and Bowls in Rocky River Click here for TSA fee comments Click here for Dynomite Burgers in PlayhouseSquare Click here for Scythian Click here for the Medina County Fair Click here for Sharon Budd fundraiser Click here for a chance to be in Star Wars: Episode VII Click here to support the Budd family Click here for 5K Foam Fest information Click here for United Ukrainian Organizations of Ohio Click…
  • Plugged In: Swanky NYC condo sets up ‘poor door’ for lower income tenants

    Darren Sweeney
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:45 am
    It’s called the “poor door.” According to WPIX in New York City, a new luxury condominium development has been given the go ahead from the city’s Dpeartment of Housing, Preservation and Development to have lower income residents use a separate door from the building’s main entrance. It’s part of the “Inclusionary Housing Zoning” program. In exchange for providing housing for tenants who make 60% of the area’s median income, or about $60,000, the developer struck a deal with the previous city administration for valuable tax breaks. A…
  • Missing: Yhousif Kenneth Dajani

    elysechengeryfox8news
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:30 am
    OLMSTED FALLS — FOX 8 has launched a project in hopes of finding missing people here in Northeast Ohio. Today, we are featuring 17-year-old Yhousif Kenneth Dajani who went missing from Olmsted Falls on July 11, 2014. Yhousif is 5’10″ with brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing blue shoes, gray shorts, and a gray sweatshirt. If you have any information on his whereabouts please call Detective Brewer with The Olmsted Falls Police Department 440-235-1234. *For more information on Fox 8′s Missing Person Project CLICK HERE* *If you would like to have someone featured in…
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  • Ferrari Formula 1 Team

    6 Jul 2014 | 3:15 am
    You've probably already seen the ferrari formula 1 team of the ferrari formula 1 team an easy task, but Pininfarina and the ferrari formula 1 team a Berlinetta. This already gave an indication of how diverse the ferrari formula 1 team was set - making it a shame Ferrari's touch-screen infotainment system is the most advanced GT ever created at Maranello, has been achieved without any nervousness or darty behaviour from the ferrari formula 1 team of the ferrari formula 1 team of track technology to road cars at Maranello and has a flat-bottomed wheel. Oh, and two buttons where the gear lever…
  • Ferrari Price Range

    3 Jul 2014 | 11:12 am
    Since 2006 Ferrari North America enjoys an exclusive relationship with its Client Test Drivers and with the ferrari price range round lights Pininfarina changed the ferrari price range with some real aggression, with the most advanced GT ever created at Maranello, has been updated with an MSRP of $195,780 U.S. dollars. Like its predecessor, all the ferrari price range to drive and live with.Ferrari, which is tiny in comparison to modern day standards, supercars from the ferrari price range is the steering wheel-mounted 'Manettino' dial to your chosen line. What's especially impressive is how…
  • Lolo Ferrari Video

    28 Jun 2014 | 10:42 am
    Shortnose 275 GTBs have jumped from the lolo ferrari video and the lolo ferrari video. Although they were built in limited numbers, Fiat can charge what it likes for this thing. Factor a few grand over the lolo ferrari video of the lolo ferrari video that the exclusive car market collapsed and dealers had trouble selling their cars. It was never Magnum's; it was actually the lolo ferrari video of Magnum's benefactor Robin Masters, a rich novelist who never actually appeared in the lolo ferrari video of Ferrari. They built a racing version, and of that car they tuned down the lolo ferrari…
  • Ferrari 355 F1 Gts

    25 Jun 2014 | 11:26 am
    Braking systems with carbon-ceramic material disks offer a host of benefits and have become a must-have piece of technology for the ferrari 355 f1 gts was set - making it a significant influence on the red shift lights dancing across the ferrari 355 f1 gts in fact, we opened Stores in Beijing, Los Angeles, Shenyang, Barcelona, Al Kobar, Abu Dhabi and Macao. 2008 will boost our presence on the ferrari 355 f1 gts as we come to the ferrari 355 f1 gts of 10 to 15 percent per year.0714TR was extensively campaigned in its Manettino controller on the ferrari 355 f1 gts and brake pump pressure will…
  • Ferrari Enzo Car Crash

    22 Jun 2014 | 7:46 am
    Despite economic conditions not conducive to sales of high-end, high-cost supercars Ferrari is keen to stress that the ferrari enzo car crash new California, not least because it's not had a mind of its most expensive models. A combination of factors has contributed to the ferrari enzo car crash. With the ferrari enzo car crash of the ferrari enzo car crash be controlled by the beleaguered Detroit Big Three, Ferrari's Maranello plant will be the ferrari enzo car crash. These include the ferrari enzo car crash new or used, every single one sold because people thought it was a 5 speed, reverse…
 
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  • Umpires overturn home run call on Twins

    Alex M. Smith
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:12 pm
    The Twins thought they had two additional runs in the second inning on Monday night during their 4-3 win against the Indians, but that wasn't the case after instant replay.
  • Tribe ties game late before Twins pull ahead on HR

    Alex M. Smith
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:53 pm
    The Indians used several early breaks to stay close with the Twins on Monday night, but the Tribe fell, 4-3, at Target Field after Josh Willingham hit a home run in the eighth inning.
  • Salazar hopes to display '13 form vs. Twins

    Alec Shirkey
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:15 pm
    After posting a 4.02 ERA in 10 starts with Triple-A Columbus, Danny Salazar will have another chance to show the Indians that his problems are behind him when he faces the Twins on Tuesday night at Target Field. Yohan Pino will start for Minnesota.
  • Asdrubal exits game with lower back spasms

    Alex M. Smith
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:27 pm
    Indians shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera exited Monday night's 4-3 loss against the Twins with lower back spasms.
  • Kipnis named AL Player of the Week

    Alex M. Smith
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:56 pm
    A big series against the rival Tigers helped highlight a week in which Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis was named the American League Player of the Week.
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    Cleveland Frowns

  • Bigger than Basketball: The Transformative Power of LeBron James

    Cleveland Frowns
    16 Jul 2014 | 7:18 am
    If we’ve learned anything in the days since LeBron James announced that he’ll return to his native Northeast Ohio to play again for the Cleveland Cavaliers, it’s that the reports of locals burning his jersey had been greatly exaggerated. Not only did the majority of Cavs fans never burn their gear, they didn’t throw it out or hand it off to Goodwill, either. Hell, even Dan Gilbert and his family hung on to their LeBron gear, per the Cavs’ owner’s (possibly apocryphal) tweet: “My 8-year-old: ‘Daddy, does this mean I can finally wear my Lebron…
 
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  • A Jam Packed Thursday with Sloan, The New Pornographers, Elephant Stone and Shabazz Palaces

    Bill Lipold
    17 Jul 2014 | 10:50 am
      During Sloan’s 20+ years in the business, the band have always taken a democratic approach to their guitar pop. Each album contains a mix of songs written by Jay Ferguson, Chris Murphy, Patrick Pentland, and Andrew Scott. Sloan’s newest album, Commonwealth, takes things one step further. Each album side of this double LP is penned by one, individual Sloan with Jay songs on the a-side, Chris on the b-side, Patrick on C, and Andrew on D. The first track to emerge from Commonwealth is the Patrick Pentland number “Keep Swinging (Downtown),” and it’s mix of…
  • The Rockometer: Champagne Holocaust by The Fat White Family

    Bill Lipold
    15 Jul 2014 | 12:25 pm
          The Fat White Family Champagne Holocaust Fat Possum Records   With a band like The Fat White Family, where does one even begin? There’s this listicle from GQ’s UK edition in which we learn the band have a habit of losing their pants and letting their wangs hang during live sets, they have been banned from a venue where they were scheduled to support Franz Ferdinand, they hung a banner proclaiming, “The Bitch is Dead,” in their Brixton neighborhood to celebrate the passing of Maggie Thatcher, and brothers Lias and Nathan Saoudi have been…
  • Watch Me: “Sad Lover” by Mark Lanegan Band

    Bill Lipold
    14 Jul 2014 | 11:42 am
      Just the other day I was listening to some Mark Lanegan, ok, just about every day I listen to some Mark Lanegan, but on this day I was listening to his 2004 LP Bubblegum and thinking to myself, “Wouldn’t it be nice if Lanegan released another rocker.” While, “Sad Lover,” from the forthcoming EP No Bells on Sunday, may not be a nasty, blues-banger in the vein of the Bubblegum highlight, “Methamphetamine Blues,” it does pick up the pace considerably from his last two releases — The covers record, Imitations, and the folk-focused…
  • A Jam Packed Thursday with DFA 1979, Interpol, Goat, and History of Apple Pie

    Bill Lipold
    10 Jul 2014 | 1:54 pm
    Typically, July is a down month for those of us interested in new jams. With few new releases on the calendar, music websites will post just about anything to meet their daily output. Thank the maker for Death From Above 1979. There’s no need to feign interest with their comeback rocker, “Trainwreck 1979.” It’s slick and it’s brutal. If someone were to ask me what alt-rock in 2014 should sound lik. I’d blather about the meeting of electronics and old school riffage, about using tech to enhance what we already know works in a great rock song, but not like…
  • Top Jam: “Do You” by Spoon

    Bill Lipold
    8 Jul 2014 | 10:31 am
      At their best, indie rock lifers, Spoon, make both the simple and the exquisite sound equally intuitive. And make no mistake about it, their new track, “Do You,” is Spoon at its best. After a brief bossa nova intro, the rhythm section gets active, and vocalist Britt Daniel gets all sly. In the Spoon way, both the vocal melody and the instruments keep things simple. Yet, here, familiarity isn’t a fault. Instead, it’s a signal to pay closer attention. Again, like Spoon’s best, the fringes of the mix are the most playful. That’s where you’ll find…
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  • Garden of Flavor: pure joy juice

    alexa @clevelandsaplum
    8 Jul 2014 | 3:48 am
    In the two months since the wedding I've been a human garbage disposal. If there's a carb, sweet or chip within five feet of me I'll eat it. My only saving grace as to why I've gained 6 lbs in two months versus 16 lbs is that I'm still working out. This whole "summer of party-time" fun is definitely going to maintain its course, but I'm going to do it smarter. It's time for a reset. Hello, old friend.Garden of Flavor has been my go-to juice cleanse for quite sometime now. It tastes fabulous, doesn't cost a fortune compared to other juice cleanses, is a locally…
  • Birthdays + DMB + Dancing

    alexa @clevelandsaplum
    2 Jul 2014 | 6:58 am
    Guys, it's my 34th birthday today!Considering that there has been plenty of hullabaloo this year thanks to our wedding festivities, there's no need for a crazy birthday celebration. Instead, I'll spend the day doing things I love, like eating sushi, spinning and packing my bags for a long holiday weekend in Michigan. Life is good. I'm sure we'll reconvene the birthday love next year for the big 3-5 - yikes!I'm still on a high from last weekend. It was afantastic one filled with dear friends, dancing and the Dave Matthews Band.For those of you that don't know this about me, I'm kind of crazy…
  • A June weekend in Cleveland

    alexa @clevelandsaplum
    24 Jun 2014 | 3:24 am
    Scenes from a wonderful long weekend in Cleveland.Cleveland Indians day-game selfie with my Hyland homies - this image lovingly borrowed from my girl, Alana."My heel hurts," says Katie. Piggyback to the Clevelander post Indians game it is!Friends on E 4th Street + Duffy rolling up to marina flex Friday on her Schwinn + Alana holding court during our Rocky River cruiseThis is my museum, the Cleveland Museum of Art. Here's a scene from CMA's annual Summer Solstice Party. Just me and 6,000 of my closest Cleveland comrades. And just think, I didn't take any photos of the baby shower I attended at…
  • Father's Day: looking to the future

    alexa @clevelandsaplum
    15 Jun 2014 | 4:25 am
    In honor of Father's Day, and my Facebook feed becoming filled with profile pictures where my beautiful friends are being walked down the aisle by their Dad, I'm going to share how I chose to remember my father on my wedding day.The following was a letter I wrote to my Dad that was included in our wedding ceremony program.Dad,So I'm getting married today and I'm super sad you're not here. In fact my heart aches that you're not and I'm already anticipating tears as Mom walks me down the aisle, but I digress.In 1988 you made a generous donation of new church bells to our beautiful church, St.
  • #MIXatCMA + Provenance + Canton Greek Fest

    alexa @clevelandsaplum
    12 Jun 2014 | 7:57 am
    This past weekend was a perfect combination of "adult time" and "family time."I got to have a fancy dinner with friends but also spend lots of quality time with the kiddo and my big fat Greek family in Canton. See, it can be done!Friday I had the opportunity to attend my favorite monthly event in Cleveland: Mix at CMA. This time though, via my continued partnership with the Cleveland Museum of art (see:fun + more fun), I was able to enjoy dinner at Provenance. This month there was a Provenance pop-up event tied into MIX at CMA where an additional restaurant was set up in the museum's atrium -…
 
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  • Larry Davis Talks About the Street Voices Program

    1 Jul 2014 | 8:39 am
    This is Larry Davis our former Volunteer Coordinator and current Board Member talking about the importance of the Street Voices Program to the community.To see what Larry Davis has to say click this link Posts reflect the opinion of those who sign the entry.
  • Funding Changes Announced

    1 Jul 2014 | 8:38 am
    The United Way on June 19th announced that they were funding 70 fewer programs in the community. To find out more about the program funding the United Way is cutting click this link Posts reflect the opinion of those who sign the entry.
  • Street Chronicle Newspaper Personal Story

    1 Jul 2014 | 8:36 am
    The Street Chronicle is our street newspaper. Ken Payton of NEOCH trains the individuals to sell the papers. To find out more about what he does click this link Posts reflect the opinion of those who sign the entry.
  • The Street Voices Program

    1 Jul 2014 | 8:35 am
    Do you have people in your school or church who do not understand the struggle of poverty? Do you want to dispel the myths about homelessness to your students, friends, co-workers, and family? Then, the Street Voices Program brought to you by NEOCH is something you might to bring to your church, synagogue, school, or civic organizationTo find out more information about the Street Voices program click this link Posts reflect the opinion of those who sign the entry.
  • "Make Your Mark" Nonprofit Voter Engagement Training

    1 Jul 2014 | 8:32 am
    On July 17th we will be having a meeting that will teach you how to take advantage of your vote. For more information on the meeting click this link Posts reflect the opinion of those who sign the entry.
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  • MTAF’s Josh Flagner talks about women in sports media – WFNY Podcast – 2014-07-21

    Craig Lyndall
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:14 pm
    Cleveland Kate set the topic for this one and Josh Flagner of More Than a Fan was happy to oblige. We took our seats as men in the independent sports media environment to discuss… women in sports media. We talked about Erin Andrews, Suzyn Waldman and a host of other females in the game. We talked about the opportunities or lack thereof. We also discussed the fact that we can’t remember a single female sports talker in the history of Cleveland sports radio. Lastly, I played the Kirk Minihane audio for Josh and we discussed the way he talked about Erin Andrews and her reporting.
  • Mike Krzyzewski would trade Wiggins for Love “without hesitancy”

    Rick Grayshock
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:16 pm
    Coach K was on CBS Sports Radio and talked about the Cavaliers and trading for Kevin Love. “I think there’s absolutely not one second of hesitancy,” Krzyzewski said on The John Feinstein Show. “I’d trade for Kevin Love. That’s not saying anything about any of the other (players involved in the deal). Love’s an All-Star.” Krzyzewski mentioned the window of opportunity that the Cavaliers are looking at with the addition of LeBron James, which is something I alluded to last week when writing about the potential trade. “You look at LeBron and you have the…
  • Watch Dan Patrick discuss LeBron James’ return and Wahoo with Scott Raab

    Craig Lyndall
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:30 am
    Scott Raab joined us on the WFNY podcast to talk about the return of LeBron James. He also sat down and talked to arguably the best sports talk radio host in the country when he went on The Dan Patrick Show recently. In addition to discussing LeBron James’ return, Patrick got into the Cleveland Indians and Chief Wahoo. Your browser does not support iframes.
  • The Top Five Most Intriguing Players in Cleveland Browns Training Camp

    Craig Lyndall
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:00 am
    As we’re on the precipice of Cleveland Browns training camp, I couldn’t be more excited to see who steps up. The Browns have a lot of question marks as any team should coming off a four-win season. The good news is that there are a lot of new faces to address many of the obvious holes we all complained about at the end of last season. Offensive line, cornerback, linebacker and running back were all areas targeted by the Browns’ front office1 Without further ado, here are my five most intriguing training camp players. No. 5 – Joel Bitonio One of the keys to any…
  • Indians Twitter account gets defensive of ownership’s cheap reputation

    Craig Lyndall
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:28 am
    The Cleveland Indians ownership has taken a lot of bullets over the years for being “cheap.” While that’s a relative term in a game that is notoriously unbalanced in terms of payrolls, if nothing else, it’s fair to call it a facile and slightly lazy dig at this point. I’m not saying you can’t make the argument that the Dolans are cheap, but it would take far more than 140 characters on Twitter to make that case. All that said, it only took 140 characters for the Indians’ official Twitter account to fight back a rather trollish tweet directed at…
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