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
Spring training is underway and before you know it our beloved Cleveland Indians will be back on the field! Today the Tribe announced that single game tickets will go on sale March 6th! I don’t know about you but I can’t wait for some baseball! That’s Cleveland Baby
For this Throwback Thursday entry we go back to June of 2015 when WWE Superstars (and Clevelanders) Dolph Ziggler and The Miz were in the house at Quicken Loans Arena to cheer on the Cavs in the NBA Finals. Got a Cleveland pic you’d like to share? Upload it here!
The Indians continue their quest for a World Series title this evening as they host Game #1 vs. the Chicago Cubs. Cleveland is going to be ROCKING tonight. Not only are the Indians hosting the Series, but the Cavaliers will be opening up their season and getting their championship rings!
Tribe fans… it wasn’t a dream. Your Cleveland Indians are headed back to the World Series after defeating the Toronto Blue Jays in the American League Championship Series. The Indians will have the home field advantage and await the winner of the Cubs and Dodgers (currently tied 2-2). Game #1
As part of Phase I of this contemporary mixed-use district, Flats East Bank will include more than 30,000 square feet of retail space including a 14,000 square foot high-energy state-of-the-art health club, and a variety of restaurants, clubs and entertainment choices that will bring Cleveland’s riverfront to life from early
For this Throwback Thursday entry we’re looking back to when LeBron James posed with his newly won Larry O’ Brien Trophy after our very own Cleveland Cavaliers made history and erased a 3-1 deficit in the NBA Finals. The Cavaliers start their defense of the title on October 25th at home
The Indians completed a three-game sweep of Boston on Monday night in the American League Division Series to advance to the ALCS for the first time since 2007. The Indians will host the first game of the American League Championship Series on Friday against the Toronto Blue Jays at Progressive