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  1. Man charged in shooting outside Tower City in downtown ClevelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | The Plain Dealer

    Emanuel Womack of Cleveland is charged with felonious assault. He is jailed on $250,000 bond after his first court appearance on Monday.

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  2. Elderly couple gets probation for running fencing ring out of their Cleveland barRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | Cleveland.com

    Kenneth Sapp, left, and his girlfriend, Coletta Emrich, were sentenced to probation Monday for running a fencing ring that sold stolen goods out of Ridge Cafe, which Emrich owned. She agreed to shutter the bar and hand over her liquor license as part of the plea deal.

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  3. 'The Walking Dead': Trying to predict and unpredictable finaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | Cleveland.com

    CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Sunday's episode of "The Walking Dead" set the stage for a big midseason finale which promises "a shocking moment."

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  4. Josh Gordon's amazing, auspicious, appalling return to Cleveland ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | Cleveland.com

    Flashes of the old, well, "Flash" Gordon were there, particularly in his leaping catch of a ball while blanketed by the Los Angeles Chargers' Casey Hayward, one of the NFL's best coverage men. It is amazing that Gordon, with scant practice with the strong-armed, but scattershot quarterback Deshone Kizer, got close to 100 yards in receptions after three years spent on suspension and in rehab.

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  5. Judge sets $5 million bond for Cleveland man charged in deadly...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | Cleveland.com

    A Cleveland man is accused of fatally shooting a 21-year-old man inside the lobby of his apartment complex, carjacking four people and shooting a 65-year-old woman, all in about an hour, according to police. William Jones, 27, is charged with aggravated murder.

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  6. How much Cleveland is in the trailer for Bruce Willis' 'Acts of Violence?'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | Cleveland.com

    The first trailer for "Acts of Violence," the Bruce Willis movie filmed here last spring, is out, but if you're looking for clear shots of Cleveland in it, they are few and far between. I spotted four fairly easily recognizable shots of our fair city in the roughly two and a half minute clip: 2:03 -- Bruce Willis fights a bad guy on the roof of the old Cleveland central police station at E. 21st and Payne.

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  7. Here's a look at which Cleveland-area banks are the strongestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | Cleveland.com

    In the latest analysis by an independent research firm, Ohio Savings Bank has risen to a five-star financial strength rating. Now, among the 14 banks in Cleveland with at least 1 percent of local deposits, nine have five-star ratings and five have four-star ratings.

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  8. 25 cookbooks from 2017: Holiday gift guideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | Cleveland.com

    CLEVELAND, Ohio Cookbooks this year took on a decided worldly approach, representing culinary treats from all over. From gumbo to Ireland, from Austria to Turkey, the flavors almost jump off the pages.

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  9. USA Today holiday beer list: No ranking, but a lot of flavorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 2 | Cleveland.com

    A pair of Ohio breweries have made USA Today's list of holiday beers: Market Garden Brewery of Cleveland and Rhinegeist of Cincinnati. Under the headline "Winter beer brings holiday cheer across the country," the paper's website has recognized almost three dozen breweries with holiday brews out this time of year.

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  10. 20 Cleveland bands you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | The Plain Dealer

    CLEVELAND, Ohio This was a big year for many Cleveland musicians. New albums, lineups and prestigious festival appearances all took place for some of the best performers in the area.

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  11. 'Munch' Bishop's beer is named, tappedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 23 | Cleveland.com

    Brewer Joel Warger mulled several names for the Cream Ale, an old style of beer that is a cross between a lager and an ale. His creation is 5.3 percent alcohol.

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  12. Cleveland Browns: Scouting college QBs -- Terry PlutoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 23 | Cleveland.com

    Regardless of how DeShone Kizer plays the rest of this season, I want the Browns to draft a quarterback ... with their top pick. If Kizer turns out to be a good player ... outstanding! How about the Browns actually having two viable NFL quarterbacks.

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  13. 5 concerts to see Thanksgiving weekend in Cleveland: Snowed In Fest, Maura Rogers, moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 23 | Cleveland.com

    Jam band Lotus puts on laid-back electronica-based shows that are known to be pretty groovy. Like many jam bands today, Lotus has a loyal fan base that crowds its concerts with dancing feet.

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  14. A visual history of Thanksgiving in ClevelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 23 | Cleveland.com

    Photographers from The Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com have documented various Thanksgiving celebrations for decades, and with the holiday now upon us, we took to our archives to find some of those pictures. Some more obscure Thanksgiving traditions are captured in the images, such as the annual Turkey Trot - a road race that takes place often in the bitter cold on Thanksgiving morning - along with the championship of a city football tournament organized in part by The Plain Dealer that took place decades ago.

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  15. Strong leadership made Cleveland the city it is today: PD 175Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 23 | Cleveland.com

    During Cleveland's rich 200-plus year history, the city has been blessed with a long list of influential leaders in a wide range of categories: politics to business to the media and beyond. It all started when the city's first leader Moses Cleaveland arrived at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River back in 1796.

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  16. Polka king Frankie Yankovic gave birth to a new music, Cleveland pride: PD 175Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 23 | Cleveland.com

    There have been bigger stars from Cleveland, and there have been more recent stars. But there haven't been any more truly "Cleveland" stars than Frankie Yankovic.

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  17. Van Sweringen brothers built first Cleveland rapid transit, Terminal Tower: PD 175Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 23 | Cleveland.com

    Oris Paxton and Mantis James Van Sweringen, the big-time real estate and development brothers, tried to avoid publicity from the moment they started getting it. Some accounts say they hired a public relations man to keep their names out of the papers - although, if so, he was the least successful PR person ever.

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  18. John D. Rockefeller remade Cleveland and the world: PD 175Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 23 | Cleveland.com

    Ten years ago, both a Plain Dealer panel and a readers' poll voted John D. Rockefeller the most influential Clevelander ever. His Standard Oil company was worth an estimated $600 million, or $14.6 billion today, far more than any previous business.

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  19. Frederick Goff's legacy lives on within the Cleveland Foundation: PD 175Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 23 | Cleveland.com

    If there is such a thing as a hero without feet of clay, Frederick H. Goff comes about as close as Cleveland's seen. "He was the one man in whom all classes of people had absolute faith," Cleveland Mayor Fred Kohler said after Goff's death in 1923.

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  20. Charles Brush invented the arc light, changed urban life: PD 175Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 23 | Cleveland.com

    Gas lights painted sepia tones on thousands of waiting Clevelanders in the city's central square an hour after sunset April 29, 1879. Twelve electric arc lamps ringing Monumental Park sparked to life, pouring out illumination "of a purplish hue, not unlike the moonlight," according to The Plain Dealer.

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