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Patrick Day has died; Boxer dies at 27 after knockout during fight; cause of death traumatic brain injury

CBS News
Boxer Patrick Day died Wednesday after suffering a traumatic brain injury from a violent knockout in a fight on Saturday, October 12, his representatives said in a statement. Day was 27. “He was surrounded by his family, close friends and members of his boxing team, including his mentor, friend and...
CNBC Business

NHL relies on players’ ‘good judgment’ on social media as it expands in China, embraces betting

CNBC
“When you’re dealing in foreign countries, geopolitical issues can impact your business, and you have to be mindful of that,” NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said. Source link: Click here for more
CNBC Business

Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank explains why its Virgin Galactic tie-up sets the brand apart

CNBC
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank says the company’s latest tie-up with Virgin Galactic to make spacesuits for astronauts should set the business apart from other athletic apparel brands like Nike, Adidas and Lululemon. Source link: Click here for more
History

How the Zamboni Changed the Game for Ice Rinks | Innovation

Smithsonian
The Ice Capades were in Boston on New Year’s Day 1954. That evening, the Boston Bruins were also scheduled to play in Boston Garden. The maintenance crew was dreading clearing the ice in just a few hours in preparation for the NHL game against the New York Rangers. It was...
Cleveland Scene

Project Censored: The Top 10 Underreported Stories of 2019 | News Lead | Cleveland

ClevelandScene
click to enlarge Every year, Project Censored scours the landscape for the most important stories that the mainstream corporate media somehow missed, and every year the task seems to get a bit stranger. Or “curiouser and curiouser” as suggested in the subtitle of this year’s volume of their work, Censored...
Cleveland Scene

In Mirror, Mirror at Waterloo Arts, a Collection of Artists Reveal Their Lived Experiences | Arts Lead | Cleveland

ClevelandScene
“It’s an incredible group of artists, certainly the strongest show I’ve ever been part of,” says artist Lane Cooper as we walked through Mirror, Mirror at Waterloo Arts, and we have to agree. Lines, color and symbols are steeped with tenacity in these works that are fused with singularity and...
Cleveland Scene

A New Era at Felice, the Same Familiar Comforts and Sharp Execution | Food Features | Cleveland

ClevelandScene
It was one of those brilliant late-summer evenings, the type that is too scarce to squander indoors. The temperature was taking its good, sweet time on the way down, the air was crisp and clean, and the sky was the color of a Bob Ross painting — Prussian blue, I...
Cleveland Scene

Band of the Week: Window Dogs | Band of the Week | Cleveland

ClevelandScene
MEET THE BAND: Sean Breeden (vocals, guitar), Dan Cooley (guitar, banjo), Joey David (drums), Jonathan Khouri (keyboards, vocals) and Brian Thompson (bass) LANDING WITH NEW LISTENERS: The band formed in 2015 as two other local bands merged and started playing songs that Breeden had written. “We have this dark-folk sound,...
Cleveland Scene

Savage Love: Standards | Savage Love | Cleveland

ClevelandScene
I’m a Seattle local who basically grew up reading your column. I think you’ve always given really sound advice, so I’m reaching out. My boyfriend and I have been together for two years. We started out poly, but I was clear from the start that when I fall in love...
Cleveland Scene

What’s Up With the Browns Offense? — The A to Z Podcast With Andre Knott and Zac Jackson

ClevelandScene
Thursday, October 10, 2019 What’s Up With the Browns Offense? — The A to Z Podcast With Andre Knott and Zac Jackson Posted By Vince Grzegorek vgrzegorek@clevescene.com> on Thu, Oct 10, 2019 at 12:35 PM Andre and Zac talk playoff baseball, Odell Beckham Jr., Baker Mayfield and present the Obscure...
CNBC Business

Sports agents warn NBA players to avoid China talk as athletes, executives walk ‘fine line’

CNBC
The backlash could hit closer to home for players, many of whom spend part of their summers in China promoting lucrative deals. Source link: Click here for more
CNBC Business

Chinese anger over Hong Kong ensnared 3 big US businesses — and critics say they bent to Beijing

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Apple, Activision and the NBA angered China this week over episodes related to Hong Kong’s anti-government protests. Source link: Click here for more
Cleveland Scene

Topgolf Aiming for December Opening in Independence

ClevelandScene
Update: If you’ve driven past the I-480/I-77 interchange, you’ve seen the massive Topgolf location in Independence taking shape over the past year… slowly at times, it seemed. We’re rounding the corner toward the finish, though. Topgolf this week announced it’ll hire about 500 employees for the location, and said it should...
Cleveland Scene

Maple Heights Mayor Annette Blackwell on the Successes and Struggles of One of the Region’s Oldest Suburbs | News Features | Cleveland

ClevelandScene
click to enlarge At the end of our 90-minute interview in her Maple Heights office, Mayor Annette Blackwell says there’s one more thing she wants to show me. It’s in council chambers. The municipal building isn’t large, so the walk takes less than a minute. She leads me through a...
Cleveland Scene

Pieces, Parts and Moving Things at Rant Gallery is a Joyous Experience | Arts Features | Cleveland

ClevelandScene
We had an idea of what awaited us as we entered Pieces, Parts, and Moving Things at Rant Gallery, but we weren’t prepared to go from grumpy to smiling like a fool. Usually we enter a show, reflect upon the artwork and plop down some — hopefully meaningful — words...
Cleveland Scene

A Reborn Lit in Tremont Reflects a Changed Neighborhood | Dining Lead | Cleveland

ClevelandScene
There might be no better sign of the times than the recent transformation of the Literary Cafe in Tremont to the Literary Tavern. For nearly 30 years, the Literary Cafe — or, simply, the Lit — served as a sanctuary of creativity, a bohemian hideaway where events like art exhibits,...
Cleveland Scene

Band of the Week: Gold Dime | Band of the Week | Cleveland

ClevelandScene
MEET THE BAND: Andrya Ambro (vocals, drums), Ian Douglas-Moore (bass), John Bohannon (guitar) TO THE BEAT OF HER OWN DRUM: Ambro grew up in Wilmington, Delaware, where an older brother helped shape her musical interests. “He grew up in D.C. in the late ’80s and early ’90s and was into...

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