Crain’s Cleveland Business is reporting that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is getting close to signing a sponsorship deal with AT&T that will open the museum for FREE during the Republican National Convention! Check out the full details here.
The NBA Finals are over, but that doesn’t mean the Cavs and LeBron James are not in the news. LeBron is expected to once again work out a one-year contract with a player option for the 2016-17 season. Doing so would allow him to again hold the leverage next summer and sign a new deal after the league’s salary cap and maximum salaries rise due to the NBA’s massive new TV contract. He’s expected to wait until the Cavaliers resolve situations with Kevin Love, Tristan Thompson, Brendan Haywood’s non-guaranteed contract and J.R. Smith before making his new deal official.
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According to Crain’s Cleveland Business, “The new owner of the 925 Euclid Ave. building, best known as the former Huntington Building, plans to transform it into a mixed-use property with a high-end hotel, 550 apartments and a whopping 400,000 square feet of office space.”
I got an email this morning from Crain’s Cleveland Eleven things to do in Northeast Ohio through June 17. Parade the Circle is a signature event of Cleveland summers for 25 years where international, national and local artists join families, schools and community groups in “a spectacular display of bright costumes, giant puppets, stilt-dancers, handmade masks, and colorful floats.”