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Judge Griffin and the Man Who Killed the Man Who Killed Kennedy | Part 3

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea Judge Griffin and the Man Who Killed the Man Who Killed Kennedy | Part 3

President John F. Kennedy was assassinated 55 years ago this week. Retired Cleveland Judge Burt Griffin was part of the team that investigated what happened. Part 1 of this story can be found here, and Part 2 can be found here.  “It was superficial,” said Burt Griffin of the Warren Commission’s final report, presented to […]

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Judge Griffin and the Man Who Killed the Man Who Killed Kennedy | Part 2

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea Judge Griffin and the Man Who Killed the Man Who Killed Kennedy | Part 2

President John F. Kennedy was assassinated 55 years ago this week. Retired Cleveland Judge Burt Griffin was part of the team that investigated what happened. Part 1 of this story can be found here, Part 3 can be found here.  “We were all aware that if we had the wrong guy, if there was a […]

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Judge Griffin and the Man Who Killed the Man Who Killed Kennedy | Part 1

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea Judge Griffin and the Man Who Killed the Man Who Killed Kennedy | Part 1

The thing they tell you, if they were alive when it happened, is they remember exactly where they were and what they were doing that day. “I can remember vividly.” That’s Burt Griffin. Some Clevelanders might remember Griffin. He was a judge on the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court for 30 years. Cleveland Scene once […]

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Cleveland-Based Barrio Sues Condado Owners After Announcement of Cleveland Location

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Cleveland-Based Barrio Sues Condado Owners After Announcement of Cleveland Location

Build-your-own tacos, a checklist ordering method, and a Day of the Dead motif — Cleveland’s Barrio is accusing Columbus’ Condado Tacos of misappropriating these service marks in a recently filed lawsuit. The story starts back in 2012, when Condado founder and CEO Joe Kahn was co-creator at Barrio with Thomas Leneghan. Leneghan knew he wanted […]

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Cleveland-Based Restaurant TownHall Will Open in the Short North Next Year

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Cleveland-Based Restaurant TownHall Will Open in the Short North Next Year

The vision for the development at 800 North High is finally coming together, as Crawford Hoying has announced that the Cleveland-based restaurant TownHall will take up the entire first floor of the Short North building. The restaurant, set to open next summer, will serve up lunch, dinner, and brunch that’s 100 percent non-GMO and full […]

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Cleveland-Based “One Deck Dungeon Digital” Kickstarter Ending Soon

Cody Starcher Cody Starcher Cleveland-Based “One Deck Dungeon Digital” Kickstarter Ending Soon

Cleveland-based game studio, Handelabra Games, has less than a day to finish out their already successful Kickstarter for their next game, One Deck Dungeon. The game, which is a digital recreation of Asmadi Games’ tabletop game which rose over $120,000 via its own Kickstarter, involves players fighting their way through dungeons created by a deck […]

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Opinion: The Blue Jackets Should Road Trip to Cleveland

Jason Parks Jason Parks Opinion: The Blue Jackets Should Road Trip to Cleveland

I was walking down East Fourth Street in Downtown Cleveland heading to an early season Indians game versus Seattle when I passed the Cleveland Clothing Company’s flagship store. On display were several Cleveland hockey shirts for all to see in the heavily foot trafficked area a block away from Quicken Loans Arena and Progressive Field. As […]

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