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  • CMHA Police investigating shooting on Cleveland's East Side

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    Jane Morice, Northeast Ohio Media Group
    4 Jul 2015 | 7:43 pm
    The Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority Police is looking into the shooting of a teenage boy on the city's East Side Saturday evening.
  • Rest of Fourth of July weekend looking spectacular!

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    Jenn Harcher
    4 Jul 2015 | 7:56 pm
    CLEVELAND– What a spectacular 4th of July Weekend…lots of sunshine and seasonable.  Clear, cool and comfortable tonight with temperatures dipping into the upper 50s.  It sure was the perfect night for all the fireworks! *Click here for Sunday’s fireworks displays* Sunday, expect temperatures to climb a bit with highs in the low 80s.  High pressure in the region will keep us sunny and dry.  A few high clouds could slip in from the south after 3 PM.   The U.V. index is at an 8 Sunday so be sure to lather on the sunscreen if it’s a pool or lake day for you! We’ll remain…
  • Some sunshine and mild temps today in Akron area, but slight chance of showers looms

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    Cliff Pinckard, Northeast Ohio Media Group
    2 Jul 2015 | 1:23 am
    Good weather conditions are in the forecast, but there are minimal chances of showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon.
  • Annual Fourth of July parade returns to Lakewood (photos)

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    Kyla Price, Special to the Sun News
    4 Jul 2015 | 10:52 am
    The City of Lakewood hosted its annual Fourth of July parade.
  • This old building is state of the art

    Crain's Cleveland Business - Breaking News
    4 Jul 2015 | 2:30 am
    Art patrons Fred and Laura Ruth Bidwell have staked another big claim in Clevelandand#8217;s Ohio City neighborhood that promises to add more arts-related buzz and flair to the revitalizing district.
 
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  • Rest of Fourth of July weekend looking spectacular!

    Jenn Harcher
    4 Jul 2015 | 7:56 pm
    CLEVELAND– What a spectacular 4th of July Weekend…lots of sunshine and seasonable.  Clear, cool and comfortable tonight with temperatures dipping into the upper 50s.  It sure was the perfect night for all the fireworks! *Click here for Sunday’s fireworks displays* Sunday, expect temperatures to climb a bit with highs in the low 80s.  High pressure in the region will keep us sunny and dry.  A few high clouds could slip in from the south after 3 PM.   The U.V. index is at an 8 Sunday so be sure to lather on the sunscreen if it’s a pool or lake day for you! We’ll remain…
  • Police investigating shooting of 13-year-old boy in Cleveland

    Kara Sutyak
    4 Jul 2015 | 6:23 pm
    CLEVELAND– Cleveland police are investigating the shooting of a 13-year-old boy.  It happened in the area of W. 89th and Detroit at 8:40 p.m. Saturday. Officers say the boy was shot in the buttocks. He was taken to MetroHealth Medical Center. The suspect or suspects took off in a dark vehicle. There are no arrests at this time. Stay with FOX 8 news for more information.
  • ‘Help us speak for this child': Sketch released of girl found dead in Boston Harbor

    Kara Sutyak
    4 Jul 2015 | 5:16 pm
    BOSTON, Mass.– One week after her body washed ashore along a Boston Harbor peninsula, Massachusetts authorities are still appealing to the public for help identifying the little girl found wrapped in a zebra-striped blanket inside a trash bag. “Who she is and where she’s from remain a mystery to us,” said Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley. Ahead of the July Fourth weekend, Massachusetts State Police took to Facebook to make a plea to the nearly 25 million people who have already visited their page to read its post on the unidentified toddler. “Please…
  • Winning streak ends: Indians lose to Pirates 1-0

    Kara Sutyak
    4 Jul 2015 | 4:24 pm
    PITTSBURGH — Jeff Locke pitched eight innings of two-hit ball, retiring his last 19 batters, and Neil Walker had an RBI single to lift the Pittsburgh Pirates over the Cleveland Indians 1-0 on Saturday. Locke (5-4) allowed only second-inning singles by Yan Gomes and Giovanny Urshela as the Pirates ended Cleveland’s five-game winning streak. The left-hander struck six, walked none and faced one batter more than the minimum in a game that took just 2 hours, 6 minutes. Pittsburgh scored in the sixth against tough-luck loser Cody Anderson (1-1). Josh Harrison hit a leadoff double off the…
  • Mother Nature puts on lightning show at Cinderella’s Castle

    Ann Domeck
    4 Jul 2015 | 3:26 pm
    ORLANDO, FL – Maybe Mother Nature just couldn’t wait for the Fourth of July to show off her fireworks skills. Or, she thought she could do a better job of it than Disney World. So last night, July 3rd, she put on a fireworks show of her own at around 7 p.m. when, according to the Orlando Sentinel,  she sent a lightning storm through the Orlando area. One park visitor captured the special effects as they lit up right near Cinderella’s Castle.
 
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  • This old building is state of the art

    4 Jul 2015 | 2:30 am
    Art patrons Fred and Laura Ruth Bidwell have staked another big claim in Clevelandand#8217;s Ohio City neighborhood that promises to add more arts-related buzz and flair to the revitalizing district.
  • Donand#8217;t like milk? True Dairy could change your mind

    4 Jul 2015 | 2:30 am
    The company is looking to go beyond the traditional chocolate and strawberry milks and instead offer more unusual flavors like banana cream, black cherry and cotton candy.
  • They give a damn about their improving reputations

    4 Jul 2015 | 2:30 am
    Huntington ranks high among financial institutions with stellar reputations in both customer and noncustomer groups, according to the sixth annual American Banker/Reputation Institute Survey of Bank Reputations, and the highest among those surveyed...
  • Crain's Cleveland Business Yearbook Edition

    4 Jul 2015 | 2:30 am
    From the long hair of the and#8217;60s to the big hair of the and#8217;80s, most of us donand#8217;t relish the chance to pull out our high school yearbooks. But thatand#8217;s exactly what we asked some of Northeast Ohioand#8217;s leaders to do.
  • Crain's Cleveland Business Yearbook Edition

    4 Jul 2015 | 2:30 am
    From the long hair of the '60s to the big hair of the '80s, most of us don't relish the chance to pull out our high school yearbooks. But that's exactly what we asked some of Northeast Ohio's leaders to do.
 
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  • Rest of Fourth of July weekend looking spectacular!

    Jenn Harcher
    4 Jul 2015 | 7:56 pm
    CLEVELAND– What a spectacular 4th of July Weekend…lots of sunshine and seasonable.  Clear, cool and comfortable tonight with temperatures dipping into the upper 50s.  It sure was the perfect night for all the fireworks! *Click here for Sunday’s fireworks displays* Sunday, expect temperatures to climb a bit with highs in the low 80s.  High pressure in the region will keep us sunny and dry.  A few high clouds could slip in from the south after 3 PM.   The U.V. index is at an 8 Sunday so be sure to lather on the sunscreen if it’s a pool or lake day for you! We’ll remain…
  • Police investigating shooting of 13-year-old boy in Cleveland

    Kara Sutyak
    4 Jul 2015 | 6:23 pm
    CLEVELAND– Cleveland police are investigating the shooting of a 13-year-old boy.  It happened in the area of W. 89th and Detroit at 8:40 p.m. Saturday. Officers say the boy was shot in the buttocks. He was taken to MetroHealth Medical Center. The suspect or suspects took off in a dark vehicle. There are no arrests at this time. Stay with FOX 8 news for more information.
  • ‘Help us speak for this child': Sketch released of girl found dead in Boston Harbor

    Kara Sutyak
    4 Jul 2015 | 5:16 pm
    BOSTON, Mass.– One week after her body washed ashore along a Boston Harbor peninsula, Massachusetts authorities are still appealing to the public for help identifying the little girl found wrapped in a zebra-striped blanket inside a trash bag. “Who she is and where she’s from remain a mystery to us,” said Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley. Ahead of the July Fourth weekend, Massachusetts State Police took to Facebook to make a plea to the nearly 25 million people who have already visited their page to read its post on the unidentified toddler. “Please…
  • Winning streak ends: Indians lose to Pirates 1-0

    Kara Sutyak
    4 Jul 2015 | 4:24 pm
    PITTSBURGH — Jeff Locke pitched eight innings of two-hit ball, retiring his last 19 batters, and Neil Walker had an RBI single to lift the Pittsburgh Pirates over the Cleveland Indians 1-0 on Saturday. Locke (5-4) allowed only second-inning singles by Yan Gomes and Giovanny Urshela as the Pirates ended Cleveland’s five-game winning streak. The left-hander struck six, walked none and faced one batter more than the minimum in a game that took just 2 hours, 6 minutes. Pittsburgh scored in the sixth against tough-luck loser Cody Anderson (1-1). Josh Harrison hit a leadoff double off the…
  • Mother Nature puts on lightning show at Cinderella’s Castle

    Ann Domeck
    4 Jul 2015 | 3:26 pm
    ORLANDO, FL – Maybe Mother Nature just couldn’t wait for the Fourth of July to show off her fireworks skills. Or, she thought she could do a better job of it than Disney World. So last night, July 3rd, she put on a fireworks show of her own at around 7 p.m. when, according to the Orlando Sentinel,  she sent a lightning storm through the Orlando area. One park visitor captured the special effects as they lit up right near Cinderella’s Castle.
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  • All-Star starters unveiled tonight, full rosters Monday

    Mark Newman
    4 Jul 2015 | 9:01 pm
    After 65 days of relentless fan voting to determine starting positions players for the 86th All-Star Game, the largest All-Star balloting program in sports closed at 11:59 p.m. ET Thursday. Starting position players will be unveiled tonight at 7:30 ET on the "Esurance All-Star Starters Selection Show" on ESPN.
  • Anderson battles, but Tribe's streak ends at 5

    Tom Singer and John McGonigal
    4 Jul 2015 | 6:13 pm
    Jeff Locke turned off a hot Indians offense for eight innings on Saturday and Neil Walker's sixth-inning single drove in the only run he needed to give the Pirates a 1-0 victory on Independence Day.
  • Anderson spins gem, but takes hard-luck loss

    Jordan Bastian
    4 Jul 2015 | 5:34 pm
    Cody Anderson has had the chance to sit back and watch one of the American League's hottest rotations since being promoted to the Indians. It has afforded the rookie a crash course in how to attack hitters at baseball's highest level.
  • Facing Bucs for first time, Salazar looks for series win

    John McGonigal
    4 Jul 2015 | 3:51 pm
    Gerrit Cole, who leads the National League in wins and boasts a 2.20 ERA, has held firm this season when facing hitters with runners in scoring position -- a trend he'll look to continue against the Indians at 1:35 p.m. ET Sunday at PNC Park. Meanwhile, Cole's counterpart -- Indians starter Danny Salazar -- has fared well when facing those situations, as well.
  • Moss' time in Bucs' Minors sparked power

    John McGonigal
    4 Jul 2015 | 1:45 pm
    Indians outfielder Brandon Moss didn't have feelings of vengeance as he trotted around the bases at PNC Park.
 
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  • Talent Infusion on a Lazy Sunday

    14 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    Two steps forward, one step back. One step forward, two steps back. That’s what the Indians season has felt like lately. Every time they seem poised to break out and cross the .500 Rubicon and go on an extended winning streak, the offense disappears for a couple of games. Or Trevor Bauer has his worst start of the year. Or both occur in the same series. So here we sit in mid-June, and the Indians still haven’t been over .500 since they took 2 out of 3 from the Astros in the seasons’ opening series back in April. Stop me if you’ve heard this before, but the main culprit continues to be…
  • 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…
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  • Watch Me: “Gunga Din” by The Libertines

    Bill Lipold
    2 Jul 2015 | 12:46 pm
    So, hey, this new Libertines album is actually happening. The lads stayed sober enough to write, record, and even shoot a promotional clip for the first single, “Gunga Din.” This is all good, promising stuff, and even more promising when you click play below. “Gunga Din,” begins with a bottomed out shuffle of second-wave ska, recalling The Specials’ “Ghost Town,” more in spiritual manner than in a literal, note for note way. But instead of sulking about the streets, struggling to stay on their feet, as Libertines are wont to do, Pete Doherty and the…
  • New Jam City: New Jams by Blank Realm, Deaf Wish, Le Butcherettes, Nervosas, and Pleasure Leftists

    Bill Lipold
    1 Jul 2015 | 11:54 am
    Brisbane, Australia’s Blank Realm have always had a gift for classically-styled new wave and punk melodies. It’s just that they also have a mischievous, almost destructive side, anxious to wreck those perfect melodies with feedback and screech and all manners of playful fuckery. “River of Longing” cleans the process up considerably. The vocals are right out there, in the front of the mix, and all that wonderful fuckery bides its time in the background, waiting for the right moment to erupt. The right moment being that gloriously cacophonous ending. Blank Realm’s…
  • The Rockometer: Feels Like by Bully

    Bill Lipold
    24 Jun 2015 | 3:12 pm
        Bully Feels Like Star Time International   In a recent interview with Humanity Magazine, quoted by Rolling Stone, ’90s rock goddess, Courtney Love lamented the sad state of women in mainstream alternative rock. “I’m the last chick on alternative radio that they’ll play, and it’s really kind of stupid,” she said. Bully’s Alicia Bognanno has something to say about women in rock, too. Her band’s debut album, Feels Like, is an adrenaline fueled trip down memory lane to a time that really isn’t that too far in the past when the…
  • The Rockometer: Success by KEN Mode

    Bill Lipold
    24 Jun 2015 | 2:45 pm
          KEN Mode Success Season of Mist Success, the sixth album by Winnipeg noise-rockers, KEN Mode, is not a happy album. Look at the cover. Dude is down as down can get, and that’s cool. Not everyone can make lemonade out of lemons, as they say. Some, when faced with shit, prefer to wade in life’s shit canal with a fifth of cheap liquor and a full pack of smokes. We won’t judge KEN Mode for preferring the shit canal over a lemonade stand, especially not when engineer Steve Albini has helped share their low end, post-hardcore rumble into the perfect compliment…
  • Play Me: “Starved For” by Strange Wilds

    Bill Lipold
    17 Jun 2015 | 8:39 am
    Photo by Che Hise-Gattone There’s nothing fancy, or particularly strange, about “Starved For,” by the Olympia, Washington power trio, Strange Wilds, and, that’s exactly what makes it so enjoyable. Their plug-in, rock out attitude can be traced back to the ’90s and bands like Mudhoney and Seaweed, and even contemporary neighbors like Milk Music. Clocking in at just under three minutes, the bullshit-free “Starved For,” has enough time for some good licks and some good shouts. Give me ten more tracks like this one and I’ll be a happy man.
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  • It's patio weather in Cleveland!

    alexa @clevelandsaplum
    23 Jun 2015 | 9:41 am
    When it comes to summers in Cleveland, when one has the opportunity to sit on a patio, one sits on a patio. Alternately, when one has the opportunity to sit on a patio with a Lake Erie view, you run as fast as you can to sit on that patio.Case in point, Pier W. Celebrating its 50th anniversary, Piew W is one of Cleveland's finest dining establishments. Known for a critically acclaimed seafood menu and a breathtaking view of Downtown Cleveland, every trip I've ever made to the restaurant, whether for brunch or a happy hour on the patio, has been spectacular.This includes my most recent…
  • Spring was most definitely sprung!

    alexa @clevelandsaplum
    9 Jun 2015 | 3:38 am
    Hello old friend. I've missed you! {{ As a reminder, if you're still looking for a daily dose of plum, you can find me on Twitter and Instagram.}}How do I even begin to update you all on my whirlwind month of May (and end of April)? There were trips to Toronto, Nashville and Detroit. Overnight guests three weekends out of the month and numerous trips to Canton. Guys, I was all over the place.This is not a bad thing, but whoa delly the number of pics I took. So instead of publishing gobs of photos, I'm going to share a single image that most accurately represents the weekend's…
  • Provenance at CMA Culinary Series: Food and Wine Inspired by Art + Giveaway

    alexa @clevelandsaplum
    28 Apr 2015 | 8:42 am
    Update: This contest is now closed, congrats to @BiteBuff - you're the big winner! I've said it before and I'll say it again, the Cleveland Museum of Art is my favorite space in Cleveland. I'm also fairly certain that eating and/or cooking is my favorite pastime - combine the two and I'm happy as a clam.Lucky for us, the CMA has wonderful dining establishments right in the heart of the museum and a new monthly culinary series that allows one to indulge in seasonal specialties. The Food and Wine Inspired by Art Chef's dinner series at Provenance is an 'artistic experience for the senses' where…
  • The one where I catch myself on fire

    alexa @clevelandsaplum
    23 Mar 2015 | 6:55 pm
    You guys, this past Thursday evening, while cooking dinner for my family, the string on my favorite zip-up hoodie caught fire.We can blame the damn power boil feature on my fancy new stove for this one.The thing is, I didn't even realize the string was on fire until I smelled something burning, looked down, and realized it was me... I WAS ON FIRE.It started spreading so fast!I fumbled around trying to pat the flame out, but mid-panic decided to run out the backdoor and strip off my burning clothes - a hoodie, t-shirt and bra - ALL on fire mind you. My hair even singed.I can only image the…
  • Window Nation: Cleveland windows

    alexa @clevelandsaplum
    3 Mar 2015 | 8:39 am
    Who says you can't get new windows in winter?I didn't, and neither did Window Nation.As CK and I continue to tackle getting our new home organized, we have a pet renovation project in the works that recently had its first item checked off the (very long) task list: new windows courtesy of Window Nation!So, there's this "carriage house" on our property. But I'm not sure who are we kidding calling it a "carriage house" though, it's really a lofted garage, but because it's over 105-years-old it once housed carriages/horses. There are even trapdoors for hay distribution and the floor is old…
 
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  • NBA Rumors: Cavs and Spurs vying for David West

    Will Gibson
    4 Jul 2015 | 10:50 am
    Kevin Love and Timofey Mozgov have been taken care of and Tristan Thompson is reportedly close to accepting a deal — although perhaps not as close as it seemed a couple days ago — but the Cleveland Cavaliers are still looking to shore up their front line. The team is reportedly very interested in signing veteran power forward David West, last of the Indiana Pacers. I'm hearing the Cleveland Cavaliers have "huge interest" in David West. Most definitely aligns with his desire to play for a contender — Candace Buckner (@CandaceDBuckner) July 4, 2015 The Cavs…
  • WFNY’s Favorite National Anthems

    Will Gibson
    4 Jul 2015 | 9:58 am
    Happy 4th, all. I trust that your day will be filled with family and friends, burgers and dogs, and fire and explosives. I hope that you’re able to truly kick back and relax on this summer holiday, and perhaps that you’ll give Old Glory that special look to let her know she’s still got it. I’ll keep it brief so you can get back to the grill. Here are a few of WFNY’s — er, sort of; it’s a committee of one — favorite national anthem performances to help you celebrate the day. In no particular order… America is not perfect, nor are its…
  • Indians add international prospects

    Michael Bode
    3 Jul 2015 | 2:00 pm
    July 2 of each calendar year is the day that MLB holds their new crop of 16 year old international prospects from most Latin American countries. The risk can be a bit higher as these are much younger, less-developed players than are drafted through the Rule 4 MLB amateur draft, but the reward is still obtaining top tier talent at discount prices when they do pan out. The Cleveland Indians have thus far signed Jose Fermin (SS, Dominican Republic), Henry Pujols (3B/OF, Dominican Republic), and Luis Oviedo (RHP, Venezuela). Here are the curret rules as we described earlier this season (If you…
  • Anthems and Echoes

    Michael Bode
    3 Jul 2015 | 9:58 am
    Find the flag, hats off, no pushing. That is the refrain that countless little league coaches utter as their team stands along the first and third base lines1 just before a YouTube version of the national anthem blares over out-dated and blown-out speakers. Most players, parents, siblings, and coaches might have their minds focused elsewhere during this ritual, but there is still a special meaning to having it open each game. For instance, if time constraints or other factors would somehow conspire to have the national anthem cut from pregame ceremonies, then I would hope that those in…
  • C-Cap Recap: Bald Heads and Broomsticks

    Andrew Clayman
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:08 am
    The Cleveland Indians won a ballgame with Corey Kluber on the mound for just the fourth time all season, as a Mike Aviles home run in the 10th inning secured a 5-4 triumph and a four-game sweep / public shaming of the Tampa Bay Rays. The Thursday matinee—played on a moldy green shag carpet inside a dark, charmless warehouse—saw the long-awaited return of Tampa hurler Matt Moore; back from his two-year mission for the Church of Tommy John. And yet, it was the Rays’ bats that grabbed all the attention once again; striking out a combined 19 times against Kluber (14), Bryan Shaw (2), and…
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