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  • Back 9 Catering took over the Fox parking lot!

    samanthaguentherfox8
    28 May 2015 | 11:32 am
    We’re kicked off the show with a backyard barbecue! Greg Birrer and Back 9 Catering took over the Fox 8 parking lot with smoked pulled pork and all the fixings! www.back9catering.com
  • Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco was in studio!

    samanthaguentherfox8
    28 May 2015 | 11:29 am
    Sebastian Maniscalco is back in Cleveland for the weekend! He stopped by the studio for a very funny interview with Natalie this morning. You can catch Sebastian at Hilarities tonight through Sunday, May 31st. www.pickwickandfrolic.com
  • Easy summer styles

    samanthaguentherfox8
    28 May 2015 | 11:28 am
    Make your summer outfits last by dressing them up or down! Isabel Pritchett, the Owner of Sanity, joined Natalie in studio with some simple summer ideas. www.sanitystyle.com www.facebook.com/SanityChagrinFalls www.instagram.com/sanitystyle
  • Your child’s health: Dental care

    Maria Scali
    28 May 2015 | 11:00 am
    CLEVELAND – The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry calls it an “epidemic.”  In the U.S. early childhood dental decay is found in 27 percent of all children under the age of six. But, that can be prevented and it starts with taking care of the baby teeth. A pediatric dentist at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital is giving 18-month-old Mayer Berlin his first oral exam.   Mom has found it is never too early to start good dental care. “I know that a lot of things are found in the mouth and so I think it is important to see a doctor early on to see that…
  • ‘This is the face that I grew up with': Woman sees dead brother’s face on another man after transplant

    fox8webcentral
    28 May 2015 | 10:44 am
    VIRGINIA — Richard Norris almost lost his life at the age of 22 when he accidentally shot himself in the face with a shotgun. New York Daily News reports that Norris lost his teeth, nose and part of his tongue, and spent the next 15 years hiding from the world. Until 2012. That year, Rebekah Aversano’s brother, Josh, 21, who had plans to become a Marine, died after being hit while crossing the street in Maryland. Josh’s family made their tragedy a blessing for Norris. They donated his face to Norris. They told Today in 2013 that they knew the surgery might not be a success,…
 
 
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  • Back 9 Catering took over the Fox parking lot!

    samanthaguentherfox8
    28 May 2015 | 11:32 am
    We’re kicked off the show with a backyard barbecue! Greg Birrer and Back 9 Catering took over the Fox 8 parking lot with smoked pulled pork and all the fixings! www.back9catering.com
  • Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco was in studio!

    samanthaguentherfox8
    28 May 2015 | 11:29 am
    Sebastian Maniscalco is back in Cleveland for the weekend! He stopped by the studio for a very funny interview with Natalie this morning. You can catch Sebastian at Hilarities tonight through Sunday, May 31st. www.pickwickandfrolic.com
  • Easy summer styles

    samanthaguentherfox8
    28 May 2015 | 11:28 am
    Make your summer outfits last by dressing them up or down! Isabel Pritchett, the Owner of Sanity, joined Natalie in studio with some simple summer ideas. www.sanitystyle.com www.facebook.com/SanityChagrinFalls www.instagram.com/sanitystyle
  • Your child’s health: Dental care

    Maria Scali
    28 May 2015 | 11:00 am
    CLEVELAND – The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry calls it an “epidemic.”  In the U.S. early childhood dental decay is found in 27 percent of all children under the age of six. But, that can be prevented and it starts with taking care of the baby teeth. A pediatric dentist at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital is giving 18-month-old Mayer Berlin his first oral exam.   Mom has found it is never too early to start good dental care. “I know that a lot of things are found in the mouth and so I think it is important to see a doctor early on to see that…
  • ‘This is the face that I grew up with': Woman sees dead brother’s face on another man after transplant

    fox8webcentral
    28 May 2015 | 10:44 am
    VIRGINIA — Richard Norris almost lost his life at the age of 22 when he accidentally shot himself in the face with a shotgun. New York Daily News reports that Norris lost his teeth, nose and part of his tongue, and spent the next 15 years hiding from the world. Until 2012. That year, Rebekah Aversano’s brother, Josh, 21, who had plans to become a Marine, died after being hit while crossing the street in Maryland. Josh’s family made their tragedy a blessing for Norris. They donated his face to Norris. They told Today in 2013 that they knew the surgery might not be a success,…
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    CLE Homepage News

  • Kluber looks to keep rolling in opener vs. Mariners

    August Fagerstrom
    27 May 2015 | 4:09 pm
    The Indians wrapped up a six-game homestand and head to Seattle for the first of two meetings between the clubs this season. For Seattle, it marks the beginning of an 11-game homestand, the longest of its season. Corey Kluber (2-5, 3.49 ERA) starts the opener for Cleveland, opposing James Paxton (3-2, 3.52 ERA) for Seattle.
  • Tribe's big 3rd inning ends Rangers' win streak

    Jordan Bastian and August Fagerstrom
    27 May 2015 | 3:06 pm
    The Indians concluded a six-game homestand in overwhelming fashion on Wednesday afternoon. Cleveland used an eight-run third inning to power its way to a 12-3 rout of the Rangers, snapping Texas' seven-game winning streak in the process.
  • Bourn breaks out with outstanding day at plate

    Jordan Bastian
    27 May 2015 | 2:48 pm
    During Wednesday's 12-3 rout of the Rangers, Michael Bourn kept his recent hot streak going with one stolen base, two RBIs and three hits. The center fielder contributed a pair of RBI singles, including one within Cleveland's eight-run outburst in the third inning against Texas right-hander Colby Lewis.
  • Entire lineup contributes to Indians' offensive outburst

    Jordan Bastian
    27 May 2015 | 2:06 pm
    In the third inning of a 12-3 rout of the Rangers, Carlos Santana crushed a pitch from Rangers starter Colby Lewis to deep center field, where the baseball bounced into the bushes beyond the wall to cap off an eight-run outburst.
  • Santana back in lineup; Salazar should make next start

    Jordan Bastian
    27 May 2015 | 9:35 am
    One day after they each dealt with injury issues, first baseman Carlos Santana and starter Danny Salazar were on the mend for the Indians.
 
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    Cleveland Frowns

  • “The good Lord just didn’t make many people like this”

    Cleveland Frowns
    1 May 2015 | 9:03 am
    When the Green Bay Packers drafted 6-foot-1, 337 pound defensive tackle B.J. Raji with the 9th overall pick in the 2009 NFL draft, their GM Ted Thompson said of the selection that, “the good Lord just didn’t make many people like this.” Two seasons later the Packers beat the Steelers in the Super Bowl with Raji anchoring the defense. Last night in Chicago, the Browns used the 12th overall pick to select 6-foot-2, 340 pound defensive tackle Danny Shelton out of the University of Washington and everyone should be able to set aside disagreements about who or what made people…
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    The DiaTribe

  • A Memorial Lazy Sunday

    24 May 2015 | 4:00 am
    Nearly two months into the 2015 major league baseball season, the Indians pretty much are who we thought they were. That “we” even encompasses those (myself included) who thought they were a playoff team in 2015. They’re a decent team with exceptional starting pitching, a solid (if unspectacular) lineup, a below-average bullpen and a dumpster fire defensively. Again, this is more or less what we saw coming into this season. If anything, the starting pitching has actually been better than expected, and a bounceback season from Jason Kipnis has helped propel the offense to the upper half…
  • Playing Defense on a Lazy Sunday

    26 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    Nearly three weeks into the season, the Indians have scuffled their way to a 6-10 record and find themselves at the bottom of the very competitive AL Central division. Just when it looked like the Tribe had found some momentum after a 13-1 shellacking of the Tigers, Trevor Bauer came down with food poisoning before yesterday’s start and the Indians were unable to get anything going in yet another loss to their AL Central foes. TJ House made an emergency start and held the Tigers to three runs in three innings of work, a decent outing considering the circumstances. But the offensive outburst…
  • Looking at Lynchburg on a Lazy Sunday

    12 Apr 2015 | 6:10 am
    Regrettably, I did not have time to work up a proper Lazy Sunday for you all this week. I was busy building my backyard shrine to Jerry Sands. We have a popular pre-season playoff pick struggling despite a strong showing by their highly-regarded rotation (with one exception). The defense has been scuffling, and the lineup just isn’t producing, and it’s tough to pinpoint exactly why. The bullpen has been touched up a little, and it’s unclear who can be the 8th inning bridge to the young, talented closer. But enough about the 1-4 Washington Nationals, you’re here to read about the 2-3…
  • Off and Running on a Lazy Sunday

    5 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    Photo Credit: Dale OmoriWelcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the last Lazy Sunday before baseball. Real, actual, regular season baseball. Michael Bourn will dig in the box and The Klubot will toe the rubber Monday night in Texas, and the most anticipated Indians season since…well, since last season…will begin in earnest. Expectations for this year’s Indians club are sky-high, with a series of national outlets and writers picking the Indians to dethrone the Tigers atop the AL Central, and some picking them to go even further than that. Putting the jokes about curses and jinxes aside (they…
  • Lazy Sunday with the President, v.2015

    22 Mar 2015 | 4:00 am
    It’s everyone’s favorite time of year again (well, my favorite time of year at least), as I was fortunate enough to have my annual March talk with Indians team President Mark Shapiro earlier this week. Mark and I usually talk at the team’s spring training facility in Goodyear, but owing to some extenuating circumstances, I was unable to make my traditional pilgrimage to Arizona this winter. Still, he was gracious enough to take an hour out of his very busy spring schedule to talk with me over the phone, and that’s the next best thing. If you missed the previous installments of…
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    I Rock Cleveland

  • Jam City: New Jams by Bully, Heartless Bastards, and KEN Mode

    Bill Lipold
    20 May 2015 | 9:32 am
    Fun fact #1: While attending college at Middle Tennessee State, Bully’s Alicia Bognanno majored in Audio Engineering. She did her internship with noted engineer, Steve Albini. Fun Fact #2: Bognanno recorded Bully’s forthcoming album, Feels Like (out June 23rd on Star Time International). Fun Fact #3: The fact that I just said Bognanno is an Albini disciple means many of you will play the below tracks without any further context. That’s cool. There’s no one right way to discover music and when you do play “Trying” and “I Remember” you’ll…
  • I Rock Cleveland vs The Beachland Ballroom: DJ Playlist 5.16.15

    Bill Lipold
    18 May 2015 | 11:44 am
    As always, thanks to the Beachland for inviting me out Saturday night to get the jams and booze flowing before the Mr. Gnome, Ohio Sky, and Nights show in the Ballroom. And while I’m not one to brag, I’ve gotta say this was one of my stronger sets. I played five(!) artists name dropped by LCD Soundsystem in “I’m Losing My Edge,” and “I’m Losing My Edge.” How cool is that? About as cool as the section where I went Nick Cave, Nirvana, Obnox, Mos Def, David Bowie, Neu, Television, electric eels, Sonic Youth and L7. That’s how cool it was.
  • This One Rips: “Eyes Closed” by Deaf Wish

    Bill Lipold
    12 May 2015 | 10:28 am
    Grunge is not dead. If the recent Metz release didn’t make it obvious to you that there’s a still a market for gnarly guitar racket more than 20 years after Nirvana’s demise, then the new single by Melbourne’s Deaf Wish (also on Sub Pop Records) should do it. “Eyes Closed” is all guitar snarl and thrash, countless tracks of thrash, actually, all wrecked in the studio until those competing tracks become one omnipresent buzz. It’s a quick track, too. “Eyes Closed” only sticks around long enough for a handful of broken lines dripping in…
  • The Rockometer: Sound & Color by Alabama Shakes

    Bill Lipold
    5 May 2015 | 7:32 am
    Alabama Shakes Sound & Color ATO Records Is it still dad rock if the band is young and the lead singer, Brittany Howard is an African-American woman? I’m serious about this. For as much as I listen to Sound & Color, the second album by Alabama Shakes, I can’t shake the feeling that the classic Wilco burn is appropriate here. Don’t get me wrong, Sound & Color is an exquisitely recorded album. If I were in a band, I’d want the team behind Sound & Color to record my album. The bass drum has a nice hollow thump to it. The snare is tight and flat. The…
  • The Rockometer: II by Metz

    Bill Lipold
    5 May 2015 | 7:00 am
          Metz II Sub Pop This is side one, track one on the new Metz LP. And this is the second track. And this is the third track. Got it? Now, listening to a Metz LP isn’t the same as being at a Metz concert. The record doesn’t come packaged with a vial of sweat from guitarist/vocalist Alex Edkins. You don’t get to see him transform from everyman to raging man. And, there’s no threat of taking a boot to the head from the crowd surfer elevated center stage. For real, in the year 2015, people crowd surf at a Metz show. Maybe not at your fancy pants clubs in…
 
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    Waiting For Next Year

  • Barack Obama: J.R. Smith is having a great season

    Will Gibson
    28 May 2015 | 11:19 am
    You read that correctly. Barack Obama — President of the United States, Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Armed Forces, leader of the free world — has publicly stated his opinion on Cavalier guard J.R. Smith. He tweeted about him, anyway. President Obama, who just recently got his own @POTUS Twitter handle,1 invited followers to ask him questions regarding climate change after being briefed on hurricane preparedness in Miami, Florida. Just got a hurricane preparedness briefing in Miami. Acting on climate change is critical. Got climate Qs? I'll answer at 1pm ET. #AskPOTUS…
  • Photo: Ohio State QB Cardale Jones appears on ESPN Magazine cover

    Josh Poloha
    28 May 2015 | 8:30 am
    Following one of the most incredible seasons in college football history, it seems as though players on the Ohio State football team are capitalizing on their good fortunes once again. Cardale Jones will grace the cover of ESPN Magazine (again). This time, it will be on their June college football preview issue which will have multiple, regionalized covers. With just three career starts under his belt, Jones has made himself a quite a celebrity for what he has done both on and off the field and it looks as though ESPN wants to take advantage of his celebrity status. The reigning national…
  • Indians players and coaches shave heads in support of Mike Aviles’ daughter

    Josh Poloha
    28 May 2015 | 7:45 am
    Many fans may sometimes forget at times, but professional athletes have actual lives (outside of sports) as well, just like every other person in the world. For Cleveland Indians infielder Mike Aviles, baseball became an afterthought earlier in May, when his four year-old daughter, Adriana, was diagnosed with leukemia. In support of Aviles’ family and Adriana specifically (who will start chemotherapy soon), Indians players and coaches have began to shave (or at least buzz) their own hair. Starting with Jason Kipnis and Nick Swisher, many other players have began to cut their hair off…
  • Browns to host Orange & Brown Scrimmage in Columbus

    Scott Sargent
    28 May 2015 | 7:15 am
    The Cleveland Browns have announced the team will host the annual “Orange & Brown Scrimmage” at Ohio Stadium in Columbus on Friday, Aug. 7. The late afternoon intrasquad scrimmage at The ‘Shoe will once again be free to fans and will feature a competitive format, updating the recent open practice structure of the franchise’s annual Family Day/Family Night. “The intrasquad scrimmage is an important element of our preparation for the 2015 season,” said Head Coach Mike Pettine via press release. “Ohio Stadium will provide a great atmosphere for our team to compete, and…
  • Hanging By A Moment

    Andrew Schnitkey
    28 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    What do you remember about those 48 points LeBron James scored in Game 5? Think hard. It was eight years ago, after all. I’m sure plenty of people remember that LeBron James scored 29 of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ final 30 points1 on that fateful night against the Detroit Pistons. But think harder. What else do you remember? What do you feel? There’s a certain singularity of force to that one moment in life. As LeBron would say in the future, “Nothing is given. Everything is earned.” In the course of one night, LeBron earned it. The force of will to achieve something so much greater…
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