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  1. University Circle... rent and parking too expensive now? Radical Student Union protests gentrification of University Circle Matt Hooke, A&E Editor December 7, 2018 Filed under Inside the Circle, News Chants of “Cleveland’s not for sale” rang out from the KSL Oval as, on Friday, Nov. 30, the Radical Student Union (RSU) protested the closing of two neighborhood staples, the Happy Dog at the Euclid Tavern and Falafel Cafe. Around 15 RSU members held signs and passed out a list of demands that they want to be addressed by University Circle Inc. (UCI) and Case Western Reserve University. The group felt the closing of the two restaurants is a symptom of what they see as the larger problem of gentrification in the University Circle area. http://observer.case.edu/radical-student-union-protests-gentrification-of-university-circle/
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    Cleveland: Historic Photos

    some of the pre- Parking Lot District can be seen: https://mobile.twitter.com/joeschwarten/status/1070801076486582277/photo/1
  3. Larchmere residents voice opposition to proposed dollar store Updated Nov 28; Posted Nov 28 By Thomas Jewell, special to cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Residents and stakeholders around the Larchmere historic district have launched a petition drive against a "dollar store" being proposed for the former Life Skills Northeast Ohio building. Nearly 200 people had signed the online petition posted on change.org as of Tuesday (Nov. 27). Additional signatures were also being collected during the Thanksgiving Weekend Holiday Stroll along Larchmere Boulevard. https://www.cleveland.com/shaker-heights/index.ssf/2018/11/larchmere_residents_launch_opp.html
  4. Cool video and aerials. https://mobile.twitter.com/WayUpAerial/status/1069623972759814144
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    Greater Cleveland RTA News & Discussion

    Dont know, but I drove right past that spectacle as well at 4:40 pm ish today. Small world.
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    Greater Cleveland RTA News & Discussion

    Participants in online economic development forum like spending tax dollars on public transit, not sports venues Updated 4:41 PM; Posted 4:37 PM By Peter Krouse, cleveland.com pkrouse@cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio – The dozens of people who participated Monday in a digital forum on Northeast Ohio’s economy generally agreed the best way to spend regional tax dollars is to build a better public transit system. https://www.cleveland.com/news/2018/12/participants-in-online-economic-development-forum-like-spending-tax-dollars-on-public-transit-not-sports-venues.html
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    Blockchains and Cryptocurriences

    We may to start a new thread for Cleveland specifically will all the strategic focus happening here.
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    NCAA Football: General News & Discussion

    Well...in other Ohio college football news, we may be out at DI...but we have a team in DII and DIII final four NCAA DII: https://www.ncaa.com/brackets/football/d2/2018 NCAA DIII: https://www.ncaa.com/brackets/football/d3/2018
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    Cleveland: Random Photos

    Views from my Residence Inn hotel room window. Some interesting views not normally seen by us locals:
  10. Stayed at the Residence Inn last night. Cool view from my room window:
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    Cleveland: Random Photos

    Cleveland winter fest/tree lighting yesterday:
  12. Cam Brown grew up in the NBA and ended up a Division III football sack leader By Eric Storms STAFF WRITER 1 day ago An elementary school-aged Cam Brown stood in his father’s office inside Quicken Loans Arena wearing a funky shirt, shorts and two mismatched tennis shoes. Much of his body was marked up in Sharpie. He believed that if he looked as embarrassing as possible, his mom wouldn’t take him to see the his father, Mike Brown, then-head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. But Brown had thought wrong. His mom forced him to go wearing exactly that and Mike remembers just about falling over when he saw his son in the arena. Growing up, despite always playing sports, Brown’s favorite pastime was reading, Mike said, and he’d often rather do so than watch the NBA. That’s something Brown had to do often with a father who has coached in the NBA for 18 years, including head coaching stints with Cleveland (2005-10, 2013-14) and the Los Angeles Lakers (2011-13). Years later, Brown is still a basketball fan, but he found a different passion: football. Brown developed into one of the most elite pass rushers in Division III football, finishing his senior season at Case Western Reserve second in the country in sacks with 15 total. http://dailyorange.com/2018/11/cam-brown-grew-nba-ended-division-iii-football-sack-leader/
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    Cuyahoga Valley National Park

    Good holiday gift idea -- Cuyahoga Valley National Park poster: https://www.national-park-posters.com/product-category/posters/
  14. Feels like there’s some info missing here ? Falafel Café moving in University Circle after 18 years Updated 4 hrs ago; Posted 4 hrs ago By Marc Bona, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio – Falafel Café is leaving the University Circle location it has called home since 2000, but it isn’t moving far. Mae and Hani Elassal have closed the restaurant but are planning to open in March in the space previously occupied by Crop Kitchen. They signed the lease Monday, Nov. 19. The Crop Kitchen Uptown neighborhood restaurant closed in 2016 after being opened for about two years https://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/2018/11/falafel-cafe-moving-in-university-circle-after-18-years.html
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