One of Cleveland’s fantastic features, believe it or not, usually is the traffic situation. It might not feel like it most days, but trust me, plenty of cities have much worse issues than the ones we generally face.
A Columbus television station recently took a "dig" at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. But the bone they had to pick wasn't with the dinosaurs on display, it was with the $2.5 million in state tax dollars lawmakers recently set aside from the capital budget to renovate and expand the 98-year-old museum. The first line of the NBC 4 (WCMH) story read: "Millions of central Ohio state tax dollars are going to a museum some Franklin County residents may never set ...
Whoever once said, "The best things in life are free" never tried to score tickets to a Cavs playoff game, enjoy a great meal in Cleveland's Warehouse District, or see a show like "Hamilton" at Playhouse Square.
It was a typical Saturday afternoon in a Woodland Avenue neighborhood near some of the museums, universities and learning places that Cleveland State Adjunct Professor David Wilder frequented, taught and inspired students.
For the second time in the past 13 months the nation has been focused on a contentious election that showed the chasm between people. No matter what side you are on, one thing should be concerning: a respect for our democratic process.
With Thanksgiving in our rear-view mirror, it's finally, really Christmas time. The holidays are here, the trees are going up, the lights are too -- even the weather looks like it's finally going to get with the program.