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Fast on the heels of last Fall’s discovery of Xenoceratops – a new species of horned dinosaur (ceratopsian) from Alberta, Canada, discovered by a group of scientists including Dr. Michael J. Ryan, curator of vertebrate paleontology at The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, now we get word that Dr. Ryan has done it again.
He’s co-authored research [...]
Posted in BizTechCivic AffairsGreenHistoryHotNewNewsPoliticsSarah Valek
Neighbors in Action has a proposal for the doomed Fifth Church of Christ Scientist — turn that area into a park. Not just any park — a “multifunctional green space” that will incorporate the current structure’s magnificent portico, along with other ornamental elements, into the landscape.
The plan is in contrast to the Carnegie Companies’ “Shoppes [...]
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In a way, it’s a logical, if courageous move, for the City Club of Cleveland. They’ve named Dan Moulthroup their new CEO, and opened the door to their next 100 years.
Listen to this interview here of the consummate interviewer, complete with our notes flying in the wind.
“It’s a beautiful institution: a place where people come [...]
Posted in BizTechEntrepreneurialismNewsSPONSOREDThomas MulreadyUncategorizedVideo
How much fun can one guy have?
Not satisfied with turning on Coventry to his world-class selection of toys, gags, collectibles and gifts, Steve Presser opened up a second shop on Clifton Boulevard. Next, he’s opening a shop in Columbus.
Follow along as Steve gives Cool Cleveland the tour of his Cleveland-centric merch, his totally nostalgic (and [...]
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[ June 2, 2013 7:00 pm to June 14, 2013 7:00 pm. ]
Sun 6/2 - Fri 6/14
Interested in freelance writing but aren't sure where -- and how -- to send your stories? Experienced writer, professor and Rust Belt Chic co-editor Anne Trubek is offering an online course on How to Pitch and Submit. Get personalized advice on honing your pitches, info on where to submit articles (and [...]
Voter turnout – and voting as civic engagement. Is it next to Godliness, or next to slactivism, in terms of what we expect of ourselves and others? Here’s a pdf of May 7, 2013 primary voter information. Look at those absentee ballot numbers. Then look here at total results. What are we doing to ourselves? [...]
Posted in BizTechBob YanegaCivic AffairsCommentaryNewsUncategorized
By Bob Yanega
There can be no greater miracle – some may call it no greater fantasy, dream-come-true, wish fulfillment, whatever – but there can be no greater one than for a loved one who is dead to come back to life. We see it happen in movies, we pray for it to be true in [...]
I’m going to camp this weekend, and I’m as fair-skinned as they come, but sunblock is the last thing I’ll need. That’s because I’m going to the Sunlight Foundation’s Transparency Camp in Washington, D.C. Tcamp, as many call it (you can follow it on Twitter via the hashtag, #tcamp13 and its handle, @tcampDC). And [...]