I love the Jake… but this is what I think about when I think “ballpark”. Cleveland Stadium, commonly known as Municipal Stadium or Lakefront Stadium, was a multi-purpose stadium built to accommodate both baseball and football. The stadium opened in 1931 and was a four-time host of the Major League Baseball All-Star Game, one of the
I’m not going to go into it now because if I’m being honest I’m still processing everything that has happened. I’ve gone through a variety of emotions and I’m not quite sure I’ve landed on one yet and the reality it is will most likely be a combination of multiple
Frank Cramer from ProudDad72 Photography shared this photo back in July of 2016 after the Republican National Convention wrapped up. He had this to say: “This picture was taken around midnight last night. Thursday late night/Friday early morning. I’m so glad Cleveland stayed Awesome for the RNC convention. To all
NOTE: I’m not trying to reignite the Chief Wahoo debate with this post. I ran across this photo when reading a story from back in May about how a protester got busted stealing federal grant money. The photo itself is awesome regardless of your feelings of Wahoo.
Two years ago today, this happened. For years Clevelanders had been dealing with things like The Drive. The Fumble. The Shot. The Decision. Then on that fateful Father’s Day evening, LeBron James and crew did the impossible. They brought a championship back to Cleveland. It still doesn’t seem real and
Today’s photo is by the outstanding T.J. Powell. He captured this amazing sunset shot over Corbett’s Farm in Twinsburg (on the east side of Cleveland). You can find T.J. on the web at www.tjpowellphotography.com on Instagram or on Facebook. That’s Cleveland Baby!
Today’s post takes us back to the Horseshoe Casino (currently known as Jack Casino Cleveland). It is located in the former Higbee Building at Tower City Center in downtown Cleveland and has 100,000 sq ft of gaming space. It is open 24 hours a day and is completely smoke-free and has partnered with nearly a dozen downtown
In an effort to not be so sports centric here on the site I wanted to break out something a little different. Ran across this incredible shot on my hard drive this evening and just had to share. Originally posted to Twitter by Twitter user @seanskisez I don’t even have
I’m not going to bother recapping Game 1. It happened. We have to move on. But I found this particular image that seemed to sum up Cavs fans this morning. Game 2 is on Sunday night. One thing’s for certain… the Cavs can play with, and beat the Warriors. Remaining
It’s Cavs-Warriors in the NBA Finals once again … for the fourth straight season. The best-of-seven series begins Thursday night at Oracle Arena in Oakland. The schedule for the NBA Finals is below: Game 1 – Thursday, May 31st 9:00 PM at Golden State Game 2 – Sunday, June 3rd 8:00 PM
A little break from the norm for today’s entry. When I first saw this pic scrolling through my Twitter timeline I thought it was Tower City from across the river. Turns out it’s actually a photo of downtown Columbus! Photo credit @OhioViews on Twitter. That’s Columbus baby!
The Cavs got their doors blown off in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Boston Celtics last night. Here’s hoping Game 2 on Tuesday leads to a better result. Game 2 will be played 5/15 in Boston at 8:30 and the series will return home to Cleveland
I’m not quite sure WHY this is news. After all, we live in northeast Ohio and it’s March. If you’ve lived here for more than six months this shouldn’t come as a shock. It’s winter. It snows. As they say, if you don’t like the weather in Cleveland, just wait