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Submitted by newmillenniumli... on Tue, 08/23/2011 - 12:37.
The Social Sciences Department of the Cleveland Public Library will hold their non-fiction book club discussion
Submitted by lmcshane on Fri, 08/05/2011 - 06:33.
08/13/2011 - 13:00
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Submitted by Oldroser on Tue, 07/19/2011 - 02:57.
Since I had only one day notice of the meeting, I complained and found that other people had had earlier notices and Sammy Catania had provided Henry Senyak with a list of dates. I suggested they be put in the newsletter. Well, the date it has to go to the printer doesn't allow for that. Well, print the whole list! Fortunately, the helpful Public Information Officer sent me the list, and here it is! I hope in the future to not be the only one raising questions/from the board.
Submitted by ClevelandCreatives on Sat, 07/16/2011 - 18:43.
07/28/2011 - 20:00
07/28/2011 - 22:30
Inlet Dance Theatre
Cain Park Evans Amphitheater, Cleveland Heights, OH
1823 Lee Rd.Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
Phone: (216) 371-3000
Submitted by Oldroser on Thu, 07/07/2011 - 00:43.
I’ve so far given away over 30 bouquets of roses, starting with old garden rose bouquets to TWDC’s Chris Garland, ODOT’s Craig Hebegrand and to Director Ron Brown of Cleveland Planning in gratitude for his help. At the recent ODOT update and Q&A at Sokolowski’s, Safety Director Marty Flask sat beside me and said he’d heard about the bouquet for Director Brown, it was mentioned at a meeting, adding that City Hall is a small place.
Submitted by Oldroser on Tue, 07/05/2011 - 03:32.
My mini wire-haired dachshunds and my roses are my great joys. So I can safely work in the garden, there are conduit pipes and fence posts stuck here and there with wire cable connecting them for me to grab onto if I start to fall. You can see this at the right of the picture below.
Submitted by lmcshane on Sun, 06/26/2011 - 18:56.
After a week of gloomy weather, the rain lifted and the sunshine and clouds almost stole the show--the dancing acts were entertaining, despite a difficult seating and stage arrangement.
Submitted by lmcshane on Sun, 06/19/2011 - 10:29.
Archaic Revival: Works by Gary Spinosa
Make a day trip to visit Erie, PA and the Erie Art Museum's exhibit of Gary Spinosa's most recent work. You will be rejuvenated.
Imperial Women, Others To Hold Sowell Capital Murder Trial Violence Against Women Rally At Noon, June 22, At Justice Center
Submitted by JournalistKathy... on Sat, 06/18/2011 - 18:14.
Cleveland Ward 6 Councilwoman Mamie Mitchell
Submitted by Joyce Mariani on Sun, 06/12/2011 - 16:45.
OPERA IN THE ITALIAN GARDEN
JULY 31, 2011 -6:00-7:30 pm
Bring a picnic, family, friends and children and listen to well known music from famous operas sung by Opera Per Tutti in the beautiful Renaissance Italian garden.
Submitted by Joyce Mariani on Sun, 06/12/2011 - 16:41.
07/31/2011 - 18:08
“Opera in the Italian Garden 2011”
ITALIAN CULTURAL GARDEN
990 East Blvd.Cleveland, OH 44108
Submitted by ClevelandCreatives on Tue, 05/24/2011 - 21:39.
I happened on this online service called Kickstarter when my friend, Valerie Mayen, used it to fund her local fashion incubator start up "Buzz and Growl". Here's what Kickstarter has to say about their service:
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Tue, 05/24/2011 - 02:06.
I'm always happy to hear from eternal real NEO activist Max Eternity and see his fascinating work - whether his art or his commentary on the art or others, Max Eternity is unique... and is always exploring "What is Art"?
The Other Night I Remembered A Dream - And I Never Remember Dreams. This Was Serious... I was stabbed in the back!
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Mon, 05/23/2011 - 07:00.
The Other Night I Remembered A Dream - And I Never Remember Dreams. This Was Serious.
Evelyn and I were sitting in the foyer of our home talking, at night, when gunmen in black masks suddenly rushed through our front door. We dove to the ground and lay there wondering what would happen. Suddenly there was a nine millimeter pushing forcefully against my forehead.
Then, I felt a numbing pain in my back and I could feel something was sucking the life out of my spine - and thank God I awoke.
Now I have been stabbed in the back so many times by so many people in Cleveland it is made of steel. I'm in the middle of showdowns with liars and cheaters all over town and the country - no big deal. No - this was near and dear. Big surprise to find out the chairman of realNEO Jeff Buster has been in hyper-back-stab mode and trying to destroy My realNEO. Your realNEO!
I'm Proud of My Wife and My realNEO for Educating Over 200,000 People About Healthier, Happier Childbirth... to-date
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Mon, 05/23/2011 - 04:34.
I'm Proud of My Wife and My realNEO for Educating Over 200,000 People About Healthier, Happier Childbirth, to-date... and the traffic is increasing with time. While most of the traffic has been direct to YouTube, I never would have bothered to save a clip or post it if I wasn't active with realNEO. realNEO equipped and incented me to share this moment, like I have shared so much in life here.
And Clara's birth will be here, on realNEO, forever.... and has been viewed 1,000s of times here, alone, in a year.
Most interesting, if you view the charts below, from YouTube Insight, this video is especially popular in the Middle-East and Asia (outside the USA) - its relative popularity by top country is in the following order:
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Sat, 05/21/2011 - 05:22.
Dear President Obama, I Don't Know Where You Are From, But In America The Earth Is Round, And Hemp Grows Here by God!
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Sat, 05/21/2011 - 05:21.
Dear President Obama,
I'll be brief, here. The Environmental Protection Agency has further correspondence from me regarding government incompetency in Northeast Ohio, you may want to investigate.
Today, I am writing out of concern for your apparent lack of familiarity with basic science and technology. I don't know where you are from, but in America the Earth is round, and hemp grows here by God! You have scientists in your employ who will confirm that, and that hemp may easily be grown by American farmers without setting off a wave of reefer madness.
Your Chief Technology Officer, Aneesh Chopra, may confirm modern information technology enables monitoring of just about anything and everything on Earth, down to the nanoscale, including big fat hemp plants, so there is adequate technology in existence today to guard hemp crops against drug dealers more incompetent than DEA agents, who may mistake hemp for marijuana, or who are moronic enough to commingle the two.
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Fri, 05/20/2011 - 05:21.
Since the 1990s, my personal professional mission has been "To Optimize Information Technology for All".
I've helped the world's greatest organizations optimize IT for all their stakeholders, as a consultant working around the globe, and I am enabling Ohio and the world to optimize IT for all citizens, as an information technology innovator in my home of Northeast Ohio. One important expression of my mission to optimize IT for all is realNEO.US - Regional Economic Action Links for North East Ohio - which I founded in 2004, moved into the dysfunctional but living Real Coop co-operative owned structure a few years later, and have since used to transform the information, technology, insight and action of the people of the world interested in Northeast Ohio, and the world.
I recently received an email from Bill Densmore, co-director of Journalism That Matters, inviting me to "Create or Die 2", offering a nice global opportunity to share the realNEO story more broadly. Journalism That Matters is "an evolving collaboration of individuals supporting the pioneers who are shaping the emerging news and information ecosystem" - Create or Die 2 is about "Disrupting the Status Quo with Journalism Innovation and Entrepreneurship" - and I can't imagine initiatives that fit better with realNEO and my mission.
Submitted by ClevelandCreatives on Wed, 05/18/2011 - 19:19.
I hope this inspires you as it did myself regarding the evolution and growth of our city, Cleveland.
Submitted by Aspire on Wed, 05/18/2011 - 16:24.
May 18, 2011 IntraCom UCANX Board Update: Vote Hemp - Finding Roots - Board Building - Energy Building
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Wed, 05/18/2011 - 05:21.
My Advice to Kasich: mobilize Ohio Attorney General, police and the National Guard to develop Cannabis Economy in Ohio FIRST!
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Wed, 05/18/2011 - 04:40.
The spring of 2011 has brought tension to the air for everyone involved with cannabis in the United States. Federal authorities have unleashed a coordinated attack on political efforts to tax marijuana and they have made war on medical marijuana programs. This has been matched by additional states changing local laws, putting more skin into the game than ever.
The bets are now in for the biggest cannabis policy showdown in our generation – right in Washington DC. The Schedule I status of marijuana in the federal Controlled Substances Act will either be re-affirmed or changed, likely over the next 24 months.
Marijuana prohibition has become the most refined and serious states’ rights issue of the 21st Century. Millions of Americans are now participating in a multi-billion dollar medical cannabis economy.
Congressional Research Report "Hemp as an Agricultural Commodity" Concludes that America Should Grow Hemp
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Tue, 05/17/2011 - 05:21.
In December, 2010, a Congressional Research Study on Hemp as an Agricultural Commodity was released, finding: "Some estimate that the global market for hemp consists of more than 25,000 products. It can be grown as a fiber, seed, or other dual-purpose crop. The Industrial Hemp Farming Act would amend Section 102 of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 802(16)) to specify that the term “marijuana” does not include industrial hemp, which the bill would define based on its content of delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), marijuana’s primary psychoactive chemical. Such a change could remove low-THC hemp from being covered by the CSA as a controlled substance and subject to DEA regulation, thus allowing for industrial hemp to be grown and processed under some state laws. This legislation, or other legislation related to hemp cultivation, could be introduced in the 112th Congress."
Since this Congressional Research Report came out, just this past December, 2010, Ron Paul has introduced "The Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2011, To amend the Controlled Substances Act to exclude hemp from the definition of marihuana, and for other purposes", as I reported on realNEO:
The Hessler Street Fair: proving a small group of thoughtful people could change the world... over and over!
Submitted by Norm Roulet on Tue, 05/17/2011 - 04:46.
Of all the places I've lived around Cleveland, Hessler was my favorite neighborhood... just a few blocks from the Cleveland Museum of Art. Steffanie Coble Roulet, our daughter Grace and I lived in the amazing historic Tudor townhouses at the corner of Hessler Street and Hessler Court... a massive brick landmark certainly built for Case professors and their families, right along with the original university, right on Case campus... Hessler Street is paved in brick and Hessler Court in wood blocks... and it all is intact as Cleveland's first Historic District thanks to a bunch of Hippies back in the 1960s, some of whom are still around today. They formed the Hessler Neighborhood Association (HNA) and fought to protect buildings on the street from demolition, and to designate the street an Historic Landmark District, and they started what became The Food Co-op, still operating on Euclid Avenue, and they organized the first Hessler Street Fairs, formally established in 1969, to fund doing all their good deeds.
Brownhoist Gallery Celebrates Art, Culture and History of Industrial Archaeology in St. Clair-Superior Neighborhood
Submitted by JerMann on Mon, 05/16/2011 - 18:51.
Brownhoist Gallery will open with its inaugural exhibition, "The Form of Cleveland," on Friday evening, June 3rd, at the historic Brownhoist Building in the St. Clair-Superior neighborhood. Sculptor Timothy Riffle and photographer Jerry Mann will exhibit artifacts, carvings and photographs that celebrate the industrial archaeology of Cleveland.