In the CLE
Wake up. Flip on the TV and that’s what the striking blonde with eyes like you’re never seen before will say. Soon enough, you’ll find out she’s funny, she’s fresh and she’s new in town. But what’s the scoop be
Nearly everyone thinks moving the shoreway is a great idea. The question is: Can it be done? We sit down with city planning director Chris Ronayne to find out.
Dick Jacobs quietly built a billion-dollar shopping-mall business. Now he has another challenge; taking the Cleveland Indians to the World Series. Good money says he’ll do it.
He stands at the controls of a vast network of authority and influence, virtually dominating the city. Should one man have all that power?
A generation of young and successful black adults has begun to challenge the power and prestige of the forefathers who made their lives better and the expectations greater.
He may be Cleveland’s dominant reporter; of his work he says, “I make my living off other people’s misery.”
Phil Donahue would not be who he is— liberal, feminist, in rebellion against the Catholic Church—were he not the product of a conservative West Side upbringing.