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
So the story goes that during a preview for M. Night Shyamalan's new movie "Devil," as soon as the familiar preview title "From the mind of M. Night Shyamalan" appeared on screen, the entire movie theatre let out a collective moan. Evidently, many movie-goers are getting tired of M.
Writing for ESPN.com, Vincent Thomas makes an interesting point: LeBron James may not have won many friends for his decision to leave Cleveland, but black people don't loathe him the way many sports fans
This past week, which was the week of Sept. 19, I gave a lot of thought to how this weight loss has changed my life. When I wrote my essay to FIT, I gave the top 10 reasons as to why I thought I ought to be chosen to participate in this challenge.
So this past week has been one again of a roller coaster kinda week. I am so close right now to breaking the 200-mark, I can taste it! It's so frustrating, though that it is taking me so long to get to that point.
On Sunday, I published an article previewing a radio article about Sandusky that was going to run as part of the Changing Gears series, which is a project of a consortium of NPR stations, including WCPN in Cleveland.
As you all know, Cuyahoga County public officials are falling asleep at night praying that they don't somehow get implicated along with the already indicted former auditor Frankie Russo and Jimmy Dimora. (And a long list of family members, acquaintances and business associates of these two mobst