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Teenager shot in Cleveland's Broadway-Slavic Village neighborhood

The boy was shot about 1 p.m. on a street near Hyacinth Park on the city's East Side, Cleveland police say.
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Of the many ways of reading a book, savoring the words out loud has them all beat: Jim Sollisch (Opinion)

Being read to, out loud, I am completely focused, a rare pleasure in my life of distraction. The world moves forward one thought, one description, one clause at a time. Just the story. Just what's ne…
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Baby dies after being found unresponsive in car in Medina

The 6-month-old was found about 2:15 p.m. Saturday in a car in Ray Mellert Park, Medina police said.
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Drive-by shooting kills two men in car on Interstate 90 exit ramp in Cleveland, police say

Investigators learned that a gray vehicle pulled up along the Chevy Cobalt on the ramp, and shots were fired into the Cobalt, Ciaccia said. It's unclear if one or more individuals were shooting.
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Asian Dope Boys premiere highlights FRONT International preview days, opening weekend

The Beijing-based Asian Dope Boys held their U.S. premiere Friday at Public Auditorium at the private gala fundraiser for the FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art.
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We all cared about saving kids in a Thailand cave, now lets save some kids closer to home: Phillip Morris

The good news is that Americans still desperately care about the welfare of endangered children - even those trapped in caves a world away.
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Big Baby Trump meets Big Ben: Darcy cartoon

The "Baby Trump" blimp needed to be changed and so does the President of The United States...
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Just hours left to nominate your favorite BBQ restaurant for contest (deadline Sunday at noon)

You have only until noon Sunday to tell us why your favorite barbecue restaurant should be included in Cleveland's Best BBQ contest.
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2018 CAN Triennial, competing for attention alongside FRONT International, achieves mixed results

The 2018 CAN Triennial, conceived by the Collective Arts Network as a local response to the big FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art, achieves mixed results in its first iter…
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Agora undergoes a $3 million-plus facelift and emerges as a jewel among Cleveland concert venues

AEG Presents has invested more than $3 million in the Cleveland Agora's current site, and the money and work have turned the concert venue into one of the true jewels of the city's music scene.…
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Trump tariffs produce winners, losers, and worriers in Ohio

Ohio may be hard hit by the Trump administration's tariffs because of the state's large manufacturing and agricultural sectors, as well as its role in presidential politics.
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Cleveland not yet enforcing lead cleanup, legal action gets results elsewhere

Will the more than 300 Cleveland property owners recently issued orders to vacate over lead hazards be taken to court?
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'Hamilton': The revolutionary, boundary-breaking, hip-hop hit musical opens in Playhouse Square

The winner of 11 Tonys, including Best Musical, hits KeyBank State Theatre Tuesday.
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Dutch cut overdose deaths by dispensing pure heroin

Public-health experts in the Netherlands say free distribution of heroin is one reason that drug-related deaths are far less common than in the United States. The program also has reduced crime and i…
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'Suits,' 'Snowfall' and 'SharkFest' among top viewing choices

The sixth annual "SharkFest," along with returning cable series "Suits," "Snowfall" and "Wynonna Earp," are among the viewing choices for the week.
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