Nate Gray's indictment on public corruption charges raises questions about our political leadership and makes an already dreary civic climate even more desperate.
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"My life is an open bar," says Melinda Urick, 27, the literary voice of the Warehouse District party girl, who spent 2004 chronicling her barhops through Cleveland's singles scene on her Web site, "Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Your Boyfriend." We follow
NFL football measures greatness in yards, touchdowns and tackles, but photographer Tony Tomsic captures it all on frame after frame of 35 mm film. As he prepares to work his 39th Super Bowl this month, the longtime Cleveland Press and Sports Illustrated s
Confessions of a counterfeit-purse partier
One woman peeks inside Cleveland's most controversial men's club.
Rob 'llspins' Wright
Kent State University senior David Holmes became the luckiest sports fan on the planet when he won a spot at the ESPN "SportsCenter" desk. He recently talked to us about almost blowing his big break, television shopping and working that new wardrobe.