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  • Kevin Love finds his stride with Cavaliers

    Kevin Love finds his stride with Cavaliers

    Kevin Love had endured an uninspiring start to his 2017-18 campaign–that was until the Miami Heat came to town. While most of the world was talking about LeBron James’ first career ejection, Love put forth one of his best efforts in a Cleveland Cavaliers uniform. Love erupted for 38 points and nine...
  • LeBron James set to open school in Akron

    LeBron James set to open school in Akron

    In LeBron James’ hometown, the NBA superstar will soon open the “I Promise” school. Located in Akron, Ohio, the school is designed to help students who are in danger of falling behind with their studies. Initially geared for students in third and fourth grade, there are plans to expand the school in...
  • LeBron James playing best basketball of his career

    LeBron James playing best basketball of his career

    LeBron James is in his 15th season in the NBA, and at the quarter-mark of the 2017-18 season, he’s showing no signs of slowing down. Not only are the Cleveland Cavaliers winners of seven straight games, the Cavs are doing much of their damage with major injuries. Cleveland will receive Isaiah Thomas...
  • Cleveland Cavaliers seeking better effort

    Cleveland Cavaliers seeking better effort

    A 3-4 start for the Cleveland Cavaliers, a team expected by many to return to the NBA Finals, prompted an airing of grievances meeting. The Cavaliers are off to a surprising start, having lost blowout games to the Orlando Magic and New York Knicks, and they needed to overcome a double-digit fourth...
  • Top 10 best Cleveland Cavaliers players ever

    Top 10 best Cleveland Cavaliers players ever

    As a franchise, the Cleveland Cavaliers are currently in their glory days. The team’s best player still dons the wine and gold, making it a perennial Finals contender. There were players before LeBron James, however, that helped shape the Cavaliers. The top best players are listed below: 10. Kevin...
  • Mark Horning

    Neil Diamond pounds out the hits during his 50th Anniversary Tour stop in Cleveland

    Neil Diamond is big in Cleveland, Ohio. How big you ask? How many 76-year-old crooners do you know that can fill Quicken Loans Arena with 12,000 fans on a Tuesday night while the Cleveland Indians do the same next door at Progressive Field? While the Indians were pounding out the hits (they beat the...
  • Mark Horning

    Daryl Hall and John Oates deliver an exceptional show of crowd pleasing favorites

    In 1967, two groups (The Temptones with lead singer Daryl Hall and The Masters with lead singer John Oates) were performing at the Adelphi Ballroom in what could be described at the time as the dicey part of Philadelphia. When gunfire rang out between rival gangs attending the concert, the two lead...
  • Daryl Hall & John Oates, Tears For Fears to bring joint tour to Cleveland

    Daryl Hall & John Oates, Tears For Fears to bring joint tour to Cleveland

    Daryl Hall & John Oates and Tears for Fear will bring their co-headlining tour to Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena on Saturday, May 20. The concert is scheduled to kick off at 7 p.m. with a special acoustic performance from Allen Stone. Renowned pop duo Hall & Oates is best known for No....
  • Bon Jovi to bring This House Is Not For Sale Tour to Cleveland

    Bon Jovi to bring This House Is Not For Sale Tour to Cleveland

    Bon Jovi, one of rock and roll’s biggest acts of the last thirty-plus years, will bring their This House Is Not For Sale Tour to Cleveland on Sunday, March 19. The group will perform at Quicken Loans Arena at 7:30 p.m. The veteran rock band is out on the road in continued support of thirteenth...
  • The Moondog Coronation Ball is back and better than ever.

    Cleveland’s 2017 Moondog Coronation Ball: The History Continues

    In 1951, Alan Freed joined radio station WYW in Cleveland, Ohio. He was hired to host a classical music program. Freed was a friend of Leo Mintz who was the owner of the famed Record Rendezvous store. It was Mintz who suggested that Alan change the format of the show to the rhythm and blues genre...
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