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  1. What can anyone tell me about Cleveland’s only built suspension bridge ? Sidaway bridge? https://www.facebook.com/Save-the-Sidaway-Bridge-101111814992689/ I personally have never heard it...??
  2. Cleveland Metroparks plans Brighton Park atop Old Brooklyn landfill By Steven Litt, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland Metroparks will soon plug a major gap in access to the regional Towpath Trail from the city’s West Side by creating a new park atop a landfill south of Big Creek in the Old Brooklyn neighborhood. Metroparks Commissioners voted Thursday to spend $696,000 to build a trailhead at the landfill with a 16-space parking lot off Pearl Road at Henninger Road, plus a half-mile trail that will create a stronger connection between the Towpath and the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. https://www.cleveland.com/news/2020/06/cleveland-metroparks-approves-plan-to-turn-old-brooklyn-landfill-into-26-acre-park-with-towpath-link.html
  3. Time we acknowledge Central exists...! With its adjacent proximity to Downtown, as close as Tremont, and growing population, not only has there been been a TON of new construction...but also some historic renovations. For example, check out the renovations of these "Old Cleveland" structures built in the 1870s - the Andrew and James Dall Houses. https://www.clevelandrestoration.org/our-programs/historic-properties-program-2/dall-houses GOOGLE STREETVIEW: https://www.google.com/maps/@41.4979023,-81.6541886,3a,75y,269.04h,90.71t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sIYClMUirRijUFNc_hBatdQ!2e0!7i16384!8i8192
  4. Due to state funding policy, the original Dover High School building (built 1915) coming down today to make way for new construction: They found a time capsule in the cornerstone: https://www.timesreporter.com/news/20190918/time-capsule-discovered-in-1915-wing-of-dover-high-school
  5. Some pics from yesterday of The Quarter expansion / next phase.
  6. Guys this is VERY SCARY... the neighborhood itself has the psyche (and history) to protect itself with or without the cops around them.
  7. Certainly feels like a movie...or at least 1960s Cleveland. National Guard protecting Little Italy Cleveland businesses -- this is from 1 hr ago:
  8. Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick reopens Posted May 19, 2020 By Anne Nickoloff, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Cleveland’s Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick reopened for business on Tuesday, May 19 with social distancing guidelines and coronavirus restrictions in place. The museum, located at 2155 Broadview Road, currently only allows six visitors inside at a time, and requires all visitors to wear face masks while inside the building, according to museum director Steven Intermill. https://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/2020/05/buckland-museum-of-witchcraft-and-magick-reopens.html
  9. FB page for Mayfield Station: https://m.facebook.com/mayfieldstation/ And website: https://www.mayfieldstation.com
  10. Not sure if this has been posted before, but here's a live map of Ohio Census response numbers. You can drill down by county and even by census track: https://public.tableau.com/views/ResponseRateChallenge/CountyDashboard?:showVizHome=no&:tabs=n&State=Ohio&Select Mode=Total&Share As of 5/12/2020, here are our large Ohio county response rates: Summit: 67.7% Mahoning: 63.5% Montgomery: 62.7% Hamilton: 61.1% Cuyahoga: 60.2% Franklin: 60.0% Lucas: 59.6%
  11. I don't think anyone would know if it's population-specific, but my guess would be more socio-economic in nature. Lack of quality internet, awareness, priority, plus no "feet on the streets" who traditionally would go door-to-door due to COVID-19 to properly document. I think many Clevelanders and Ohioans census fears are coming true--there are very high chance of an under count. Just hoping it doesn't affect us disproportionally against the rest of the country. (EDIT: Ohio's responses are above the national average, so that's good to see)
  12. Cool to see some Case and Cleveland history get a shout out in this recent Forbes article: The 1918 season was also noteworthy for the head coaching debut of Knute Rockne. The 30-year-old’s first game in charge of the Notre Dame sideline, following four years as an assistant in South Bend, was a late-September victory over Case Tech (known today as Case Western Reserve) in Cleveland. Coronavirus Sports Shutdown Brings To Mind 1918, When Spanish Flu And WWI Disrupted College Football https://www.forbes.com/sites/tomlayberger/2020/04/20/spanish-influenza-world-war-i-wreaked-havoc-on-1918-college-football-season/#e2f7e0457c9e Case Tech actually played Notre Dame, Michigan, and Ohio State that season. The Notre Dame game was home in Cleveland.
  13. One more angle / image of Euclid Ave and Mayfield Rd — 1960
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