I know that in the past you have
recommended local blogs to your readers. Now that Twitter has taken
over, why not recommend some local favorites? Here are some of mine.
Secret thinks continuing to make their packaging more feminine will
stop me from wearing their deodorant they are sorely
shoes make me sad. Boots are even worse. My feet are like hippies
— they’re totally comfy being naked.”
Sax Guy downtown is playing ‘Yesterday.’ Kinda hate
him, although he has learned like six new songs through summer.
It’s a Cleveland+”
Editor’s Note:We’re with you,
Steve. We also have some favorite feeds. Check
out the ones we suggest reading in 2010.
Much Ado About O’Donnell You are fortunate City Council does not rule on images that appear on your cover. I have no doubt they would have banned Kelly O’Donnell’s picture faster than Nike’s new LeBron James billboard.
Nelson Kirsch Pepper Pike
More Nostalgia, Please The December “Where Are They Now” article brought back so many memories of the great city of Cleveland. I relocated to Florida after the snowstorm of 1978 and continue my subscription for great articles like this one that retell stories such as the Kardiac Kids and Craig Ehlo. Please keep these stories coming.
Judy Cain Wilkinson West Palm Beach, Fla.
‘Witness’ Witness While shopping, I saw a man wearing a Witness Protection 3233 shirt and asked where he got it. He told me about the article in your November issue (“Target Market”). Could you send me the Web site so I can place an order?
Lynn Dacey Medina
Editor’s Note:You can purchase the Shaq/LeBron T-shirt at witnessprotection3233.com.
Correction:In our December article “Who Wants to Be Mayor of East Cleveland?” we misidentified new East Cleveland Mayor Gary Norton’s father. His father is Gary Norton Sr.
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