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Cleveland Scene Weekly
Advance Ohio Launches New Lakefront-focused Website,
Cleveland Scene Weekly Editor Chris Quinn was pleased to announce this morning a new venture for Advance Ohio: It is the brainchild, we're told, of local software guru John Stahl and his LeanDog beer summits.'s Laura Johnston will ...

Cleveland Scene Weekly
Mike Belkin On Four of the Biggest Shows He Ever Saw in ...
Cleveland Scene Weekly
ELVIS PRESLEY: All Wrapped Up When Elvis Presley played Cleveland's Public Auditorium on June 21, 1974, Mike Belkin was a guest of Presley's California ...

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Cleveland Scene Weekly
Tributes Roll in After Cleveland Radio Legend John Webster's Death
Cleveland Scene Weekly
John Webster passed away this week at the age of 74. He'd been living in Florida and recovering from a recent hip surgery when Hurricane Irma left him without power at his house for a week. His stepson, Jason Fox, told WTAM, "I think, just like all ...

Cleveland Police Investigating Series Of Violent Attacks Overnight
In one case, a man was shot in the back of the head. In another, two young women were stabbed. 0. By Jeff Stacklin (Patch Staff) - Updated September 20, 2017 7:50 am ET. 0. Cleveland Police Investigating Series Of Violent Attacks Overnight. CLEVELAND ...

Remembering The Vietnam Era, And Cleveland's Place In It
In April of 1965, Students for a Democratic Society organized an antiwar march on Washington. It was the largest protest up to that point, more than 20,000 people showed up. But SDS, originally a civil rights group, stopped organizing against the war.

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