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  1. Santorini opens in Cleveland Warehouse District with Greek cuisine, stellar cocktailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Cleveland.com

    Is it because so many Clevelanders grew up eating this food that we see it as home cooking? Or is nouveau Old World too foreign a concept? There's nothing that foreign about Santorini Greek Taverna, which opened Tuesday on West Ninth Street, in the old Burger 9 location -- 1382 West Ninth Street, Cleveland; 216-205-4675; santorinitaverna.com . The bar-eatery serves Greek food, one of the more familiar of our ethnic cuisines.

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  2. LeBron James' family and friend mark the NCAA's Sweet 16 in Cleveland this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Cleveland.com

    LeBron James has not one, but two rooting interests in the NCAA men's basketball regional in Cleveland this week, to the point where he's almost guaranteed to be sitting courtside at The Q on Saturday night. James and the Cavaliers play in Memphis tonight and travel to New York from here for a game Friday night in Brooklyn, so he won't be there Thursday when his cousin - Akron Firestone graduate and Wichita State forward Darius Carter - plays Notre Dame in a Sweet 16 matchup.

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  3. Felon convicted of manslaughter in 2002 Cleveland police shooting gets 15 years on gun...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Cleveland.com

    A Cleveland man who was involved in a 2002 car chase with police that led to the shooting death of his friend was sentenced Wednesday to 15 years in federal prison on a firearms charge. Malcolm Hoyle, 28, has a criminal history that stretches back to age 13. The first time he entered adult court was at age 16, when he was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for the death of Ricardo Mason, also 16, after Cleveland police officer Robert Taylor shot Mason in the back.

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  4. West Virginia's defensive pressure has a Cleveland look to it: NCAA Tournament 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Cleveland.com

    If there is anything that gives West Virginia a chance against undefeated Kentucky in their Sweet 16 NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional matchup Thursday night, it will be the Mountaineers relentless full court pressure. If it looks familiar to Northeast Ohio college basketball officiandos, that's because it is.

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  5. Comedy made in Cleveland is fresh, funny and ready for exportRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Plain Dealer

    Brian Kenny, seated and Yusuf Ali laugh it up in the hallway after performing at the "Just for Laughs" new faces tryout. Thank you, Cleveland! City leaders have voted to more than double the pothole repair fund, which is going to take all the sport out of the morning commute.

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  6. Austin Carr's NCAA Tournament scoring record endures, 45 years after he torched OhioRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Cleveland.com

    In this Wednesday, March 18, 2015, photo, Austin Carr looks up during an NBA basketball game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Brooklyn Nets in Cleveland. Carr never imagined his record would last five years, never mind 45. In 1970, Carr, Notre Dame's unguardable guard, dropped 61 points on Ohio, setting the NCAA tournament scoring record that has survived rule changes, tournament expansion and the madness of many a March.

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  7. Free, open practices today at The Q: NCAA Tournament 2015 schedules,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Cleveland.com

    Like many Kentucky Wildcats fans, Kevin Thompson of Louisville, Ken., grew up listing to UK games on the radio, and is passing that passion to his five daughters and granddaughter. He'll be one of thousands of "Big Blue Nation'' devotees invading Cleveland this week for the NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional CLEVELAND, Ohio - Welcome to the NCAA Tournament Mideast Regional.

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  8. Long-planned reconstruction of RTA's Brookpark Station will begin next monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Cleveland.com

    RTA trustees on Tuesday approved spending $11.4 million to reconstruct the Brookpark Station, adding new east and west entrance buildings, a new tunnel under the existing freight railroad tracks, from the parking lot to station, and other features. "We cobbled together the money to do this," RTA General Manager Joe Calabrese said, noting that the plan had been in the works for years.

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  9. County health rankings in Northeast Ohio tell tale of haves and have notsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Cleveland.com

    Cuyahoga County remains in the bottom third of Ohio counties in health rankings released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation today despite the region's abundance of healthcare institutions and high per capita concentration of medical providers. Income inequality in the county is second highest in the state and among the highest in the country, highlighting the stark contrast in health between high income and low income residents.

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  10. Top free things in Cleveland for NCAA Tournament and Cleveland International Film Festival visitorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Cleveland.com

    So you're in town for the NCAA Tournament or the Cleveland International Film Festival? Well, we can't offer you a free lunch, but we can suggest some free museums, tours, gardens and other sights. What a deal! .... Save a buck and get a priceless experience.

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  11. Drunken man threatens to burn down bar: Westlake police blotterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Cleveland.com

    Aggravated menacing, Center Ridge Road: At 1:20 a.m. March 18, police received a report that a drunken 34-year-old North Olmsted man threatened to burn down a Westlake bar and was kicked out. Police found him nearby and arrested him on suspicion of disorderly conduct and aggravated menacing.

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  12. Cleveland man fatally shoots intruder after arriving home amid suspected burglaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Cleveland.com

    The homeowner, whose name and age have not been released, discovered two males inside his home. During a confrontation with the suspected burglars, the homeowner brandished a gun and fired at both of them, police said.

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  13. Arbitration should not reinstate police who pose significant risk to public safety: editorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Plain Dealer

    Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson insists any comprehensive review of the city's police department must include an examination of an arbitration system that has enabled some bad cops are returned to the force, that makes it difficult to instill discipline in the ranks, Jackson believes. He's right.

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  14. Brick and Barrel merges brewer's two loves: Beer and wineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Cleveland.com

    Depending on the day, you can consider Karl Spiesman a winemaker masquerading as a brewer. Or a brewer who will become a winemaker.

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  15. Mild, rainy weather expected today in Cleveland area before cold air arrivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Plain Dealer

    But that doesn't mean it will be a particularly enjoyable day. It will rain this morning and thunderstorms are possible as well.

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  16. Jimmy Haslam says there's 'zero basis' to report he...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Cleveland.com

    Browns owners Jimmy and Dee Haslam are so committed to the team and the community that they're planning to live in Cleveland full-time at some point down the road. That's why a report Monday by CBS Sports' Jason LaCanfora that they might want to swap the Browns for their hometown Titans shocked and angered them.

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  17. Grand jury hearing evidence in Beachwood nurse Aliza Sherman's downtown Cleveland slayingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Cleveland.com

    Prosecutors are presenting evidence in the March 2013 stabbing death of Beachwood nurse Aliza Sherman to a grand jury, Cleveland Police Deputy Chief Ed Tomba said Tuesday evening. "We are moving in a positive direction," Tomba told a crowd of about 100 people gathered outside 75 Erieview Plaza on the second anniversary of Sherman's death.

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  18. Watch "Talking Hoops" archived high school boys...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Cleveland.com

    CLEVELAND, Ohio This week's episode of "Talking Hoops," a weekly video show about Northeast Ohio high school basketball, aired Monday evening. You can watch the archive of the 20-minute show in the player at the top of this webpage.

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  19. Public Square financing plan gets first-round approval from Cuyahoga County CouncilRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Cleveland.com

    A Cuyahoga County Council committee on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to a plan for the county to help finance a $32 million overhaul of Public Square in downtown Cleveland. Council's Committee of the Whole, made up of all 11 council members, voted unanimously to send County Executive Armond Budish's plan to the full council for a final vote.

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  20. Cleveland Orchestra announces details of 2015 'Summers@Severance' seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Cleveland.com

    Inspired by success last year, the group once again will present a three-part series of Friday-night concerts this season titled "Summers@Severance." As before, the performances will take place at Severance Hall in July and August, when the orchestra typically appears at Blossom.

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