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No Need to Knock Our strengths in education and health care are attracting more immigrants, but Northeast Ohio needs to lay out a welcome mat for newcomers who want to be civically and culturally engaged. Issue: April 2015 Issue Category: Talking Points Author: Richey Piiparinen
Mayor in Denial The troubles in Cleveland's police department should surprise no one. They're the latest example of careless policies at City Hall. Issue: February 2015 Issue Category: Talking Points Author: Michael D. Roberts
Voice Activated Encouraging the city's young people to speak out isn't just good education. It's key to remaking our city. Issue: January 2015 Issue Category: Talking Points Author: Daniel Gray-Kontar
Maker's Mark Many Clevelanders have pinned their comeback hopes on the near West Side's trendy neighborhoods, but it's the East Side producer city that really counts. Issue: December 2014 Issue Category: Talking Points Author: Richey Piiparinen
Left Behind The bribery plea of the longtime Head Start director shamed the city's black political establishment, which protected her for years. Issue: November 2014 Issue Category: Talking Points Author: Michael D. Roberts
Shaky Ground For a century, Tom L. Johnson's statue has guarded free speech in Public Square. Now we're uprooting him. What's next? Issue: October 2014 Issue Category: Talking Points Author: Erick Trickey
The Chief The growing movement against Chief Wahoo evokes memories of the 1970s, when militant Native Americans protested the team's logo and took over Mount Rushmore. Issue: July 2014 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