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53 record(s) found for Talking Points.
Lame Plan Designing a downtown that works isn't as easy as it looks on CityVille. As Cleveland embarks on its $1 billion building boom, are we about to repeat our century of mistakes? Issue: May 2011 Category: Talking Points Author: Michael D. Roberts
I Can’t Quit LeBron It might be normal for Clevelanders to hate him, but I'd rather cheer for somebody.
Issue: April 2011 Category: Talking Points Author: Stuart Warner
Where Goodwill Grows The Vineyards of Château Hough defies expectations, turning a long-vacant lot into a focal point for cooperation. Issue: March 2011 Category: Talking Points Author: Mansfield B. Frazier
Icing the Cooler Bandits Two Akron men are still behind bars for robbing a string of restaurants in 1991, prompting one filmmaker to ask, 'How long is long enough?' Issue: February 2011 Category: Talking Points Author: Stuart Warner
History of Hubris As Ed FitzGerald becomes county executive this month, Cleveland's past few decades offer a cautionary tale: Arrogance destroyed some of our most promising leaders.
Issue: January 2011 Category: Talking Points Author: Michael D. Roberts
The Great Divide George Voinovich may be retiring at the end of the year, but his time as mayor will live on as the defining moment of our political landscape. Issue: December 2010 Category: Talking Points Author: Erick Trickey
After the Burglary While Cleveland recoils from the Dimora-Russo charges, a deeper scandal emerges: skulking county employees blotting out home values with correction fluid.
Issue: November 2010 Issue Category: Talking Points Author: Michael D. Roberts
Saving Grace Two friends, linked through alcohol, face the consequences of their actions and seek redemption. Issue: October 2010 Issue Category: Talking Points Author: Stuart Warner
Pain Dealer Cleveland's daily deserves credit for shaking off a legacy of lethargy, stirring the town to outrage and helping to change a government run amok.
Issue: September 2010 Issue Category: Talking Points Author: Michael D. Roberts
Headed for the Border? Nope. My crime was walking while looking Hispanic.
Issue: August 2010 Issue Category: Talking Points Author: Stuart Warner
Defense Mechanisms Dozens of people may be headed to federal prison in the biggest corruption case in Cleveland's history. Their defense is that everyone else was doing it, so why was it a crime?
Issue: July 2010 Issue Category: Talking Points Author: Michael D. Roberts
On the Line Frank Russo and Jimmy Dimora have been stuck in legal limbo for almost 24 months. If the feds have the goods on these two, what’s taking so long?
Issue: June 2010 Issue Category: Talking Points Author: Joe Dirck