The dinosaurs may be extinct, but local art is not.
I don’t know about you, but as far as that lamb thing goes this month, I want it in writing. I’ve felt the winter blahs long enough, and can see that the snowdrops and crocus are beginning to show their agreement. Not long after moving back to Cleveland from Austin in 1996, and moving into […]
Joanne who is Chinese and works at Aryoshi on Lee, called around lunch time to ask for help. I’m certain Joanne is her Anglicized name, at least her nom du chef. Her daughter’s laptop was under the omnipotent rule of an infection masquerading as an anti-virus tool. It had taken over the machine, and under no […]
It is understandable if Heights residents occasionally take for granted some of our community’s most remarkable assets. I was reminded of that yesterday when, on a beautifully sunny late morning, I found myself on the campus of John Carroll University with some time to kill. I had just finished taping a radio show in the […]