Politics Reporter, Plain Dealer
Cleveland Browns' Bon Jovi concert fell victim to poor ticket sales that in hindsight were inevitable (commentary)cleveland.com — The Browns shot themselves in the foot with their now-scrubbed Bon Jovi concert as part of Fan Fest on July 14 by announcing it just six weeks away from its scheduled date, sandwiched between long-planned gigs at Chicago's Soldier Field and Detroit's Ford Field. Poor ticket sales were inevitable.
The Sax Man of Cleveland's streets, star of upcoming documentary film, says police keep harassing him: Michael K. McIntyre's Tipoffcleveland.com — Maurice Reedus Jr., the ubiquitous saxaphone player who serenades Downtown crowds after ball games or during the busy lunchtime rush, says he's had it with Cleveland because law enforcement authorities keep "harassing" him. "I can't do nothing here. I been here 25 years and now the cops keep arresting me,' Reedus said.
Developer Andrew Brickman's projects, such as Lakewood's Clifton Pointe, win praise but his attitude does not: Mark Naymikcleveland.com — Andrew Brickman is a high-profile developer. His projects include luxury town homes in Little Italy, Rocky River and Lakewood, all of which have won praise for their design and quality. Brickman's civic and charitable work also have been recognized by The Plain Dealer and others.
nj.com — TRENTON - On Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Gov. Chris Christie appeared in one of the show's most popular segments - "Slow Jam the News" - to talk about the U.S. Senate race, 2016 presidential rumors and his weight.
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