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I am not crazy about this video. I think the creator was trying to praise Cleveland, but to me it does not work. Cleveland is not a steel town anymore. Cleveland's signiture dish is not a polish boy. That is not the Cleveland of today. This video would appear to an outsider as pathetic. We are so much better then that.
'A' for effort but the execution and final product, not so much.
The Pop Traveler: 11 reasons to visit Cleveland!http://content.usatoday.com/communities/popcandy/post/2012/02/the-pop-traveler-11-reasons-to-visit-cleveland/1
Riders decide for themselves if they want to wear a helmet. Any decision is fine as long as one is comfortable with the idea of relearning the alphabet.
Varejao loves Cleveland as well:"Since I got to Cleveland, the fans have taken to me. I didn’t speak any English, but every time I would get in a game, I felt like I had somebody behind me, helping and motivating me. The fans did that for me when I got here. And now that they know me, I just want to thank them for everything they’ve done for me. [...] I feel like my football team is the Browns, my basketball team is the Cavs, and my baseball team is the Indians. That’s all I know. I feel like I’m from here." -- Anderson Varejaohttp://www.waitingfornextyear.com/2012/02/anderson-varejao-the-fans-make-me-feel-like-im-from-cleveland/
I like the way you worded that because it could apply both ways. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bicycle_helmet
two artists in an interview and the beginning is especially interesting as he gives his outlook on Cleveland and our arts scene. Very interesting!I especially like the reference to looking under a rock. I am going to use that more often..Bask vs. B.Askew Part 2
i saw some homies around times square today
Nice little article on Cleveland in the new issue of Details magazinehttp://www.details.com/culture-trends/critical-eye/201204/rust-belt-revival-cleveland-ohio