3:35 PM Aug 23, 2010

The Daily Caller has an interesting story, naming some names, about ostensibly independent political bloggers who take cash from political parties and partisan organizations.

11:29 AM Aug 25, 2010

On Monday, I mentioned speculation that the new Cedar Point ride for 2011 could be the StarFlyer, a tower ride that hoists riders into the air and spins them around.

5:56 PM Aug 16, 2010

Cedar Fair has registered the name "Stratosoar," and clues are being dropped about what the new ride will be.

1:32 PM Jul 28, 2010

The Cleveland Plain Dealer has launched a feature called PolitiFact which purports to keep politicians honest by fact-checking their statements. But the newspaper's Sunday article on Ted Strickland is itself unfair and misleading. 

3:09 PM Jul 22, 2010

If you don't follow international news, here's a big story from Israel: An Arab man who pretended to be Jewish to obtain consensual sex with a woman has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for "rape by deception." Details

12:45 PM Jul 16, 2010

There have been a huge number of online commentaries about the departure of Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James. Many are interesting, but there is one in particular which I wish I could get everyone to read.

11:31 AM Jul 13, 2010

The game show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" will host tryouts for contestants starting at 7 a.m. Wednesday at the Nautica Pavilion in downtown Cleveland. The last tryout session will be at 11 a.m.

3:36 PM Jul 12, 2010

Harvey Pekar, a nationally-known underground comics writer and Cleveland icon, is dead at age 70. Pekar was best known for his American Splendor series

11:20 AM Jul 9, 2010

I know that everyone is mad about ol' what's his name leaving Cleveland. But when I woke up this morning and thought about the latest Cleveland sports disappointment, I realized that in the long run, I remain optimistic about the future of the Cleveland Cavaliers.

4:52 PM Jul 6, 2010

Robert Christgau — maybe the best-known, best-respected rock critic in the United States — has decided to end his influential monthly Consumer Guide column, which provided capsule reviews and letter grades for pop albums.

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