Category Sports

The #Cavaliers Bring National Attention to #Cleveland’s Renaissance

by Darvio “The Kingpin” Morrow, Editor-in-Chief Yes, they lost the game, but there was something special about the atmosphere surrounding the Cleveland Cavaliers’ home openerĀ and the debut of Cleveland’s “Big 3”. The story of the night obviously was the return of Lebron James, the hero-turned-villain-turned-prodigal son who made the decision to leave the Miami Heat […]

Optimism On the Rise Among #Cleveland #Sports Fans

by Eric Williams Cleveland. A city with quite possibly the most loyal and die-hard fans in all of major league sports. Year after year Cleveland fans get their hopes up for playoffs of some sort. They fill their heads with countless what-if’s and scenarios on how it can be possible. But season after season the […]

Cleveland Indians’ Corey Kluber Channels His Inner Len Barker

By Eric Williams Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Corey Kluber improved to a record of 2 – 2 yesterday as he quite possibly had the best game of his young career. The 28-year old from Birmingham, Alabama pitched his first ever complete game as he helped The Indians cruise to an easy 5 – 1 victory […]

2014 NFL Draft: With Exactly Two Weeks Left, Browns Fans Still Left In The Dark

By Eric Williams As of today, we are officially two weeks away from the 2014 NFL Draft. And yet the route that Jimmy Haslam, Ray Farmer, Mike Pettine, and The Cleveland Browns are going to go in with their two first-round picks, fourth and twenty-sixth overall, is still relatively unknown. The 2014 NFL Draft appears […]

From the Editor’s Desk: Vote Yes on Issue 7

by Darvio “The Kingpin” Morrow, Editor-In-Chief As campaign season heats up, every publication in the city is picking sides on one of the hot button issues in Cuyahoga County this year. The fight over Issue 7, the vote to renew the sin tax that funds the maintenance of our 3 sports stadiums, has caused itsĀ fair […]