Snow, Driving and Kids

Caught a rainbow while doing Monday morning dropoffs
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Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! Though it was a delayed start with hiccups and dustings here and there, the snow has finally returned to Cleveland. In the Heights, one of the struggles of morning routines usually involves dusting off vehicles, cleaning driveways, driving kids to school, driving to work. Unfortunately, no […]

FirstEnergy: Not as smart as they want you to think that they think that you think they are

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On April 27, at about 1:30 in the afternoon, a violent, hail-filled cold-front passed through town, knocking a tree branch onto a power line in a neighbor’s backyard. It knocked a pole-top transformer out of commission and caused a hyper-local power outage – about a dozen homes on the block. The outage lasted 36 hours; […]

Cleveland – We’re Geologically Stable!

When the weather's got you down, think of what could be...
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It’s the one year anniversary of my home state’s submersion into oil, also known as the BP Oil Spill. BP’s accident has been the worst spill in the history of the industry. For 153 days, we watched (I watched) as cameras documented the seepage into the Gulf of Mexico, ruining southern Louisiana’s wildlife, waterways , […]