Today’s Report – April 24th
GreenCityBlueLake: Roundup. A boatload of great information in this little post. I’m particularly intrigued by the Citizen Dashboard Project. It looks like Marc Canter (the guy who developed what ended up as Flash Player) is behind this. I think that places like Cleveland really need a […]
Today’s Report – April 20th
Ruhlman: Homemade Pizza. Michael really does make it seem like much of cooking is so simple that you’re crazy not to be doing it. Truly mouthwatering photos here. The Greenhouse Tavern. Formally opened on Friday. I’ll be heading there tonight. I’ll let you know how it is tomorrow. Here’s […]
Today’s Report – April 16th
Scene: Ed Hauser Way. They should rename the whole island after him.
Today’s Report – April 13th
The White House: Cute dog pictures. This was a topic of conversation at breakfast today. Ned was explaining that Poodles and Portuguese Water Dogs don’t have fur, but, rather, have hair, and that’s what makes them good for people with fur-related allergies. It turns out this isn’t exactly the best description of the […]
Bunny Report – April 11th
Bunnyland! Every year around this time we make a trip to Malley’s Bunnyland down at their factory on Brookpark Rd. The tradition is that we all become “Secret Bunnies”. Everyone draws names and we try to get a selection of candy that we think the person whose name we drew will like. Laura […]
Today’s Report – April 9th
Cleveland Foodie: Preview Dinner at the Greenhouse Tavern. This is Jonathan Sawyer’s (ex-Bar Cento) new restaurant on E 4th and is the first certified green restaurant in Ohio. It’s finally opening in about two weeks.
Today’s Report – April 8th
Posnanski: The Next Snuggie. You knew it had to happen: Another in-depth report on infomercials, or as Joe’s now referring to them, infocos, as he tries to predict the next sensation. I’m not totally convinced he’s found it, but read for yourself. Bridget Callahan: The Hidden Cleveland Tour. Definitely get to […]
Today’s Report – April 7th
NY Times: Whose Father Was He? Another fabulous Errol Morris investigation of a famous photograph. This time he tries to find out the truth about a picture clutched in the hand of an unknown Gettysburg soldier.
Today’s Report – April 6th
FalconCam! There’s a webcam that keeps track of the pair of Peregrine Falcons that nest on the Terminal Tower. Cool! I had no idea that falcon’s eggs were purple like plums. I thought they were speckled. Or is she just collecting plums? Hmmm… Posnanski: Debuts. Joe writes about Roger Clemens’ first […]
Today’s Report – April 5th
Plain Dealer: Cuyahoga County Reform Proposal Stalled. So everyone pretty much agrees that the local government situation here in Cleveland is broken, but nobody, and I mean nobody is willing to give up anything to fix it. In this one short article we get to see how “black leaders”, folks upset with certain […]