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Former Assistant Dean, Tenured Law Prof Sue Cleveland-Marshall Dean, Claim Retaliation For Formation Of Faculty Union

Following up on my previous posts (links below): Cleveland Plain Dealer, Cleveland State University's Law School Dean Retaliated Against Associate Dean and Professor, Lawsuit Claims: The former [assistant] dean and a professor at Cleveland State University's law school have sued Dean [and Tax Prof] Craig Boise and CSU, claiming Boise...

Could Cleveland Browns Rookie Duke Johnson Be Top RB Entering 2015?

The Cleveland Browns have a few concerns heading into OTAs, including 2014's eighth overall pick, Justin Gilbert. What are some other OTA storylines ? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer discuss the Browns' offseason in the video above. Read more NFL news on

The Cleveland Police Department and the Consent Decree

Plain Dealer photo file After two long years, the Cleveland Police Department has a consent decree, and not a moment too soon. The DOJ consent decree, issued this week, comes on the heels of Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge John O'Donnell...Show More Summary

Cleveland Police Agree to Stop Hitting People on the Head With Guns

No, it's The Onion that makes up fake news stories, not me. In this case, I barely even had to tweak the headline: Cleveland Plain Dealer Seriously. According to the report, officers of the Cleveland Division of Police (CDP) hit...         ...Show More Summary

Kasich Mocks Bush’s Super PAC

Gov. John Kasich “just took his most pronounced swipe yet at a potential rival for the Republican presidential nomination,” the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Said Kasich: “I don’t know anything about Bush’s theme. I really don’t. I’ve never listened to [...]

Browns part ways with personnel man Jon Sandusky

The Browns are making some changes to their personnel staff, which seem to have been coming for a year now. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns have “parted ways” with player personnel associate Jon Sandusky. Maybe he should have seen this one in advance, since he was demoted from…

First GOP Debate Scheduled for August 6

Fox News, which will sponsor the first Republican presidential debate, is expected to announce soon that it has settled on August 6 in Cleveland, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. “The Republican National Committee announced in January that Ohio would host [...]

A Piece of Cake.

A Lingua Franca post by Ben Yagoda takes off from a 1965 remark by Robert Manry, a copy editor for the Cleveland Plain Dealer: “I told myself that if most of the days ahead were as pleasant as this, our trip would be a breeze, or, as the English say, a piece of cake.” Yagoda, […]

PFT Live 4/29: John Harbaugh, Jay Glazer

Mike Florio breaks down the latest news from around the NFL with the help of Jay Glazer (Fox Sports), Mary Kay Cabot (Cleveland Plain Dealer) and D. Orlando Ledbetter (Atlanta Journal Constitution). Mike also talks to Ravens head coach John Harbaugh about the team’s approach to the 2015 NFL Draft and whether or not he thinks…

Browns coach says Johnny Manziel “very much in our plans”

Browns coach Mike Pettine is aware of the report that the Browns have largely moved on from quarterback Johnny Manziel. He just doesn’t believe it. Via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Pettine told reporters today he put no stock in it. “I filed that one in the ridiculous category,” Pettine said. “He’s…

Kasich gets ready - time to rent more lecterns

By Richard K. Barry The Cleveland Plain Dealer is reporting that Ohio Gov. John Kasich will "launch a national political committee that would allow him to raise money and his profile as he considers a run for president in 2016." A source,...Show More Summary

Eyes On Kasich

Ohio Governor John Kasich is starting a PAC, which could be a step toward running for president. The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports: “Records show that a nonprofit called New Day for America incorporated this week with the Ohio secretary of state. The name is similar to one Kasich has used for his gubernatorial inaugural committee. [...]

Kasich Set to Launch National PAC

Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) “is about to launch a national political committee that would allow him to raise money and his profile as he considers a run for president in 2016,” the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. “Records show that [....

Browns haven’t lined up a private workout with Marcus Mariota

With Marcus Mariota working out for teams well beyond the range which he’s expected to be available, the one team that hasn’t worked him out stands out in the crowd. As noted by Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns haven’t lined up a private workout with the Oregon quarterback, and aren’t…

2-Year-Old Falls Into Cheetah Exhibit At Cleveland Zoo

2 months agoNews : Huffington Post

CLEVELAND (AP) — Officials say a 2-year-old boy is recovering after falling several feet into a cheetah exhibit at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. Cleveland Fire Department spokesman Larry Gray tells the Plain Dealer that the boy's mother was holding him and another child when the boy slipped and fell into the pit Saturday. Show More Summary

The Cleveland Museum of Art has chosen a new director

2 months agoArts / Museums : MuseoBlogger

Click on the link below to read the article by The Plain Dealer's art critic, Steven Litt, detailing the Museum's choice to lead their institution through the completion of their ongoing expansion and renovation in 2013, and towards its centennial celebration in 2016. Show More Summary

Where Do Cleveland Browns Turn for a TE Now?

The Cleveland Browns' bid to keep hold of free-agent tight end Jordan Cameron failed. Though general manager Ray Farmer said on Tuesday (via Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer) that the Browns had considered using the transition tag on Cameron, they ultimately opted not to. Show More Summary

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