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  1. musky

    Cleveland: Crime & Safety Discussion

    ugh, same here
  2. You have to go with the digital antennas. That's the only way.
  3. musky

    Cleveland: Historic Photos

    My tire was a victim of a small nail and succumbed to a leak. I went to my favorite tire repair on Fulton Road - presto chango... like-new tire. While waiting, I saw this photo on their wall from 1946 and a Google Street View from 70 years later
  4. Also noted here: https://www.crainscleveland.com/real-estate/progressive-corp-sets-downtown-cleveland-office
  5. Nuclear company readies $130 million investment in Northeast Ohio BWX Technologies Inc. (NYSE: BWXT) of Lynchburg, Va., announced late Monday, Oct. 29, that it would pull the trigger on investing more than $130 million in the Barberton and Euclid operations of its BWXT Nuclear Operations Group. In a joint statement with JobsOhio, Team NEO and the cities of Barberton and Euclid, BWXT said the investment would take place over four years and would create more than 110 jobs by 2022. . . . In Euclid, where the company is planning to invest more than $50 million and hire more than 30 new workers, employees make electro-mechanical components such as control rod drive mechanisms for naval nuclear reactors. That operation is at 24703 Euclid Ave. MORE: https://www.crainscleveland.com/real-estate/nuclear-company-readies-130-million-investment-northeast-ohio And for details of the planned expansion click on Case #2018-ARB-13 here: http://www.cityofeuclid.com/events/8021
  6. Perhaps it is time to change the name of this thread to: THE ATHLON https://theathloncac.com/
  7. musky

    Cleveland Browns Discussion

    Cross-posted from the NFL thread:
  8. musky

    NFL: General News & Discussion

    Hugo Cruz, official who missed false start vs. Browns, fired for overall performance The NFL has fired down judge Hugo Cruz, a source confirmed for cleveland.com. Browns fans will remember Cruz as the official who missed an obvious false start in the Browns' loss to the Chargers in Week 6. Cruz’s termination is not related to that single missed call, as the league does not terminate officials over one call. NFL officials are held to a standard that, if it is not met over a sustained period, they face consequences, which can include termination. That non-call, however, riled up Browns fans and players. Facing third-and-6 from the Browns' 29-yard line, Chargers left tackle Russell Okung clearly started before the ball was snapped. Quarterback Philip Rivers completed a touchdown pass to Tyrell Williams, putting Los Angeles ahead, 21-3, with 45 seconds remaining in the first half. MORE: https://www.cleveland.com/browns/2018/10/hugo-cruz-official-who-missed-false-start-vs-browns-fired-for-overall-performance.html
  9. https://forum.urbanohio.com/topic/324-cleveland-opportunity-corridor-boulevard/
  10. Can Cleveland Reinvent Its Historic Mall for Changing Times? VINCE GUERRIERI SEP 26, 2018 When Cleveland’s first-ever InCuya Music Festival was announced back in April, the lineup included a host of well-known artists including British rock band New Order, folk-rock band the Avett Brothers, singer-songwriter SZA, and Booker T. Jones—the last a nod to Cleveland being the home of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame. But the biggest star of the festival, held in late August, might have been the venue. “The location is what’s really going to make this special,” said Joe Litvag, a senior vice president for AEG Entertainment, the promotion company behind the festival, before its debut. Multiple locations were considered, including Edgewater Beach just west of downtown and Burke Lakefront Airport (unsurprisingly, the Federal Aviation Administration said no). In the end, more than 15,000 music fans gathered on the Mall downtown. Stages were set up at opposite ends of the green, one offering the Cleveland skyline as a backdrop, the other overlooking the lakefront. The response would appear to prove Litvag right. “The two grassy knolls in downtown Cleveland were designed for something like this—and honestly, should and probably will be used for other events, based on the reception,” wrote The Plain Dealer. MORE: https://www.citylab.com/design/2018/09/grand-underutilized-park-heart-cleveland/570619/?utm_source=feed
  11. I would have to make a guess and say that our age is the median of those that are haters
  12. The Driftwood Group buys Otto Moser's Restaurant The Driftwood Group has purchased Otto Moser's on Euclid Avenue downtown and hopes to open a new restaurant in mid to late January, the company's founder Scott Kuhn said. Construction starts Monday, he said, and the new name will be Republic Food and Drink. The spacious restaurant will undergo a makeover that includes segregating the bar from the dining area and expanding the patio out front. "Republic is an America tavern pub-type restaurant that will specialize in sandwiches to prime rib to foods that people are really comfortable with," he said. With the opening, the 14-year-old Driftwood Group continues to establish itself in a primary area that the company embraces: Playhouse Square. In the district, the company also owns Bin 216, with a focus on small bites and wine, and the Italian restaurant Cibreo. MORE: https://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2018/10/driftwood_group_buys_otto_mose.html
  13. Oh boy, as awesome as this pop-up is, the locals are majorly hating on it.