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Consent Decree Monitor Says McGrath was Consistently Too Lenient with Police Discipline

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click to enlarge Doug Brown/Cleveland Scene (from left to right): Euclid mayor Bill Cervenik, county prosecutor Tim McGinty, Mike McGrath, FBI special agent Stephen Anthony, Ohio High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area director Derek Siegle In a memo to U.S. District Court Judge Solomon Oliver Monday, the Cleveland Consent Decree Monitor......
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Tommy’s Restaurant on Coventry to Utilize Former Patio of Panini’s Bar and Grill, Which has Permanently Closed

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Monday, July 13, 2020 Tommy’s Restaurant on Coventry to Utilize Former Patio of Panini’s Bar and Grill, Which has Permanently Closed Posted By Douglas Trattner on Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 2:45 PM click to enlarge Tommy’s Restaurant (1824 Coventry Rd., 216-321-7757) in Coventry Village has appropriated the former patio of Panini’s......
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Local Producer Jesty Beatz Teams Up With Ohio-Born Singer on Viral New Single

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Courtesy of Holy Mattress Money After 10 years in Los Angeles, singer-songwriter/producer Jesty Beatz recently moved back to Cleveland “in an effort to reconnect with the environment that helped originally shape [his] musical perspectives.” As Holy Mattress Money, the songwriting project/band he’s formed here, he’s released a song every other Monday via......
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Western Reserve Historical Society to Host Virtual Event to Launch ‘Women & Politics’ Exhibit

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click to enlarge At noon on Wednesday, July 22, the Western Reserve Historical Society will present a virtual Fred Walk program based on its new exhibit, Women & Politics. Guests will first learn about the historic struggle for voting rights and then discuss the issues faced by voters today as......
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West Side Market Hours Get Slight Adjustment Come August

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Sunday, July 12, 2020 West Side Market Hours Get Slight Adjustment Come August Posted By Vince Grzegorek vgrzegorek@clevescene.com> on Sun, Jul 12, 2020 at 10:09 AM click to enlarge The City of Cleveland on Friday evening announced some slight changes to the West Side Market’s operating hours beginning August 3.......
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The City of Cleveland Has Declared Racism a Public Health Crisis. Staff Say Discrimination Plagues Its Own Health Department

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click to enlarge Cleveland City Hall, Erik Drost/FlickrCC Cleveland City Council, in an “emergency” move last month, declared racism a public health crisis. The resolution, set against the backdrop of a nationwide reckoning over anti-Black racism and amid a pandemic that has taken a disproportionate toll on Black communities, followed......
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More Ohio Moviegoers Are Enjoying a Night at the Drive-In Because of COVID-19

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click to enlarge It’s a warm summer night at the movies. This year, with the majority of indoor theaters in Ohio still closed because of COVID-19, lines of cars form outside the ticket booths of drive-in theaters instead. After getting their tickets, drivers pull their cars slowly into the lot......
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What You Need to Know About the Airborne Transmission of COVID-19

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click to enlarge United Nations COVID-19 Response The scientific debate over evidence that the coronavirus can float in the air for extended periods of time is intensifying. The World Health Organization has repeatedly downplayed the importance of such airborne transmission, instead emphasizing, with substantial evidence, the risks of close contact......
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Put-in-Bay Would Prefer Employees Not Talk to the Media About Coronavirus

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click to enlarge Doug Brown, Cleveland Scene The Ohio National Guard is on Put-in-Bay today and tomorrow to test up to 1,000 island employees in conjunction with the Ottawa Health Department to get a better sense of how many cases they’re dealing with. This effort follows news that Put-in-Bay experienced......
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Mahall’s 20 Lanes To Launch Virtual Artist Talk Series

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click to enlarge Courtesy of Mahall’s 20 Lanes Dr. Mary Weems Over the past several years, Andy Schumann worked locally as what he describes as “a rogue operative,” booking indie rock concerts at various venues in town. Earlier this year, he gave up that gig to work at Mahall’s 20......
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Check Out this Short Documentary on the Creation of Cleveland’s Black Lives Matter Mural

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Cleveland producer and director Devin Cathcart had already taken his camera to a number of the local racial justice protests when he heard about the Black Lives Matter mural project on social media. He said he been looking for a way to more deeply capture local BLM efforts and was......
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Update: Goo Goo Dolls Reschedule Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica Concert for August 2021

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click to enlarge Update: Goo Goo Dolls have just released the deluxe edition of their 12th studio album, Miracle Pill, and, in the wake of a canceled 2020 tour, the band also announced new dates for its 2021 North American tour, including a stop at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica that’ll take......
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Nino Vitale, Moron State Rep., Tells Everyone to ‘STOP GETTING TESTED!’ for COVID-19

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Ohio State Rep. Nino Vitale, who represents the state’s 85th District (Champaign County plus portions of Logan and Shelby counties), does not like COVID-19 testing. He’s sick of it, just like he’s sick of dictatorships and “so-called” maps. Just take a look at his FACEBOOK POST! According to NPR, Vitale’s......
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Local Indie Rockers Cereal Banter Rely on ‘Intuitive Chaos’ For Their New Album

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click to enlarge Inspired by the Flaming Lips’ album Embryonic, multi-instrumentalist Joseph Joseph formed the psychedelic rock band Cereal Banter in 2010. With the group’s debut single, “Edible Confetti,” a song that features squiggly guitar riffs and echoing vocals, the band set out to show just how off-kilter it could......
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Looking Back on LeBron’s Decision, and Looking Forward to Sports — The A to Z Podcast With Andre Knott and Zac Jackson

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Thursday, July 9, 2020 Looking Back on LeBron’s Decision, and Looking Forward to Sports — The A to Z Podcast With Andre Knott and Zac Jackson Posted By Vince Grzegorek vgrzegorek@clevescene.com> on Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 3:52 PM Andre and Zac look back on LeBron’s “Decision.” They also talk......
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Ted Diadiun’s Prodigiously Ignorant Worldview Should Be on Life Support, Not on Cleveland.com

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click to enlarge In cities like Cleveland, Ohio, it’s almost impossible to square the notion of Free Speech under siege, (as advanced by an omni-partisan battery of the nation’s foremost intellectuals in an open letter this week), with the reality on the ground, in which wingnut columnists get to spout......
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Eighth District Denies Cuyahoga County’s Appeal of Order for New Trial for Man Convicted of Murdering His Wife in 1974

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click to enlarge Isaiah Andrews, Courtesy Ohio Innocence Project Update: The Eighth District Court of Appeals denied Cuyahoga County’s motion to seek an appeal of the order giving Isaiah Andrews a new trial. A new trial date has not yet been set. Andrews remains on house arrest with GPS monitoring.......
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Blaux Portable AC Reviews — Should You Buy One?

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click to enlarge Introducing Blaux Portable AC, a small but powerful air conditioner, going famous for its portability and rechargeable battery. The wonders of new age air conditioning are many, and there are few things better than sitting directly in front of an AC on a hot day and feeling......
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Black Lives Matter Street Mural Just the First Part of ‘Elevate the East’ Public Art Initiative in Cleveland

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click to enlarge The Black Lives Matter street mural recently painted on E. 93rd, the letters of which were designated to individual artists and students to decorate, could not have offered a timelier kickoff to “Elevate the East,” a new public art initiative in Wards 4, 5 and 6. Ward......
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When You Do and Don’t Have to Wear a Mask in Cuyahoga County, According to Ohio’s New Health Order

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Thursday, July 9, 2020 When You Do and Don’t Have to Wear a Mask in Cuyahoga County, According to Ohio’s New Health Order Posted By Maija Zummo on Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 12:21 PM click to enlarge The Ohio Department of Health’s order requiring people in the seven “red”......

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