When I married a Cleveland girl and moved to northern Ohio in 2003, I couldn't find a newspaper job at first. (Yes, I know it's hard to believe the local papers didn't clamor for my services, but it's true.)
While most of the news coverage on Tuesday's election has naturally concentrated on the candidates and speculation of a Republican comeback, there are many interesting ballot initiatives to be decided tomorrow.
U.S. Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., one of the darlings of the Tea Party movement, gave a speech at a Baptist church in South Carolina Friday and offered advice on who ought to be allowed to teach in public schools.
CityMusic Cleveland, the organization that presents free concerts of classical music in the Cleveland metropolitan area, is presenting an all-Beethoven program this weekend, and as usual, one of the concerts will be in Elyria, a rea