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  1. Ate on Chinato Sat., loved the food (especially the beef tongue app) but waited an hour and a half to sit down. 8:30 reservation and sat down just passed 10... and I still find myself telling people they have to try it
  2. I've been there 3 times now and every time I order the fries and love em, there is a lot of seasoning but I like it that way
  3. From the PD: Gov. Ted Strickland says Ohio will get $400 million for 3C rail project By Aaron Marshall, The Plain Dealer COLUMBUS, Ohio - Passenger rail service linking Ohio's major cities -- the so-called 3C Corridor -- could be up and running by the end of 2012, thanks to a $400 million infusion of federal funding to be announced Thursday by the Obama administration, says Gov. Ted Strickland. http://www.cleveland.com/open/index.ssf/2010/01/gov_ted_strickland_says_ohio_w.html
  4. American Sugar expansion plan would nearly double Cleveland plant's size By Michelle Jarboe, The Plain Dealer December 08, 2009, 5:29PM CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A sour economy hasn't killed America's sweet tooth. As John Mitchell points out, people still need to eat. And whether they're ordering at Red Lobster or doctoring their coffee at home, millions of consumers are using sweeteners packaged at the Cleveland plant that Mitchell manages. The facility, on East 65th Street between Euclid and Carnegie avenues, has been growing for several years. American Sugar Refining Inc., a manufacturing affiliate of sugar giant Domino Foods Inc., has spent approximately $6 million since 2004 on equipment, new packaging lines and other improvements. Now the company wants to spend $3 million to $8 million more on an expansion that would nearly double the plant's size.
  5. Cleveland land needed for medical mart project no longer worth $20 million, Cuyahoga Commissioner Peter Lawson Jones says By Henry J. Gomez, The Plain Dealer December 03, 2009, 1:15AM CLEVELAND, Ohio -- One Cuyahoga County commissioner believes Mayor Frank Jackson should lower his $20 million asking price for city-owned land coveted for a medical merchandise mart and new convention center. Peter Lawson Jones said this week that potentially hazardous conditions found at Public Auditorium must be considered as county and city officials renegotiate a deal for the property. http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2009/12/cleveland_land_needed_for_medi.html
  6. WTAM is a clear channel station so you can hear it at night in most of the easter half of the US http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WTAM
  7. Alcoa to rebuild 50,000-ton press in Cuyahoga Heights plant By Robert Schoenberger, The Plain Dealer Alcoa Inc. will rebuild the damaged 50,000-ton press at its Cleveland Works in Cuyahoga Heights, a decision that will protect 700 jobs and eventually create hundreds more. http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2009/11/alcoa.html
  8. This is a few months old, hope its not a repost http://kinosport.tv/american-notes/24-hours-in-cleveland/
  9. Port could reap $1 billion from redeveloping current site, consultant says By JAY MILLER 3:04 pm, October 6, 2009 http://crainscleveland.com/article/20091006/FREE/910069976
  10. ha, I guess I see Cleveland in all things. Stupidly in all things
  11. Is it just me, or is that the Key Tower blowing up at the 1:56 mark http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hz86TsGx3fc
  12. Cleveland's for-profit urban gardens are growing Posted by Jim Nichols July 06, 2009 04:47AM CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Money doesn't grow on trees, we've been told our whole lives. But it might grow on vacant lots all over Cleveland. More at cleveland.com: http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2009/07/clevelands_forprofit_urban_gar.html
  13. Cleveland lost nearly 10 percent of its population this decade, census data shows Posted by Robert L. Smith/Plain Dealer Reporter July 01, 2009 04:00AM Some cities will be toasting the decennial census next year, celebrating population gains and a bright future. But it's likely there will be no champagne corks popping in Cleveland City Hall. The city is losing people at an alarming, trend-setting pace. More at cleveland.com http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2009/07/cleveland_lost_nearly_10_perce.html I really hated reading this
  14. London-based Xchanging looks at Solon area for hundreds of jobs by Tom Breckenridge/Plain Dealer Reporter Monday June 29, 2009, 9:47 AM A London-based company providing back-office services to prominent U.S. companies is eyeing the Solon area to establish its largest American facility. Xchanging Inc. could add up to 785 jobs -- averaging $20 an hour in wages and benefits -- to a 250-person work force already in the area, company and state officials said. "It's obviously a very exciting project for us and the region," said Tom Waltermire, head of Team NEO, the region's business-attraction group. "They are a top-flight company." More at http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2009/06/londonbased_xchanging_eyeing_s.html
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