The Cleveland Film Festival has begun at Tower City in downtown Cleveland. It's a great resource for people who are serious about film.
The Plain Dealer says it will continue putting out a paper seven days a week, but will only have home delivery three days a week, starting in the "late summer."
The suicide of Internet activist Aaron Swartz (I wrote about the case here) has spawned a number of projects.
My blog headline refers to Warren Harding, U.S. president from 1921 to 1923 and the publisher of an Ohio newspaper, the Marion Star, before he moved into the White House. Two of my colleagues here at the Register have been Marion Star alums.
The CLEVNET library network has launched a new free app for Apple and Android smart phones and tablets.
I voted for Sherrod Brown in his U.S. Senate races mostly for peace and civil liberties reasons and I've sometimes felt let down by his stances.
Forty years ago this week, the last American ground troops were pulled out of South Vietnam to comply with the U.S. peace treaty with North Vietnam.
Gov. John Kasich doesn't come up for re-election until 2014, but I'm already tired of the governor's race. It hasn't been very elevating so far.
1. "The Da Vinci Code" by Dan Brown is being made available as a free ebook this week, as a publicity stunt for his upcoming new book.
By now, if you pay any attention to political news all, you have probably heard that Ohio's Republican U.S. senator, Rob Portman, has changed his position on gay marriage and now supports it.
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