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CLEVELAND: How best to measure the pain of a fan base in the wake of the Cavaliers’ loss in the NBA Finals?
Especially when, unlike Jose Mesa’s meltdown or Michael Jordan’s shot, it crept in, pin by pin piercing the well-punctured voodoo doll of Cleveland’s sports history.
Anderson Varejao’s torn Achilles.
Kevin Love’s dislocated shoulder.
Kyrie Irving’s fractured kneecap.
Matthew Dellavedova’s dehydration.
LeBron James’ exhaustion.
As many Americans celebrated the U.S. Supreme Court’s historic ruling in favor of same-sex marriages on June 26, Lynn Clark and Nancy Reeves had a different reason to rejoice.
The University of Akron eliminated 213 positions Monday, including the entire staff at E.J. Thomas Hall as part of a three-year plan to trim $40 million.
CLEVELAND: The Indians said on Sunday and Monday afternoon that they wanted to start “attacking” the game.
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SEATTLE: True-crime writer Ann Rule signed a contract to write a book about an unknown Seattle serial killer six months before he was identified as her co-worker Ted Bundy, who shared the night shift at Seattle’s Crisis Clinic.
Sorry, LBT fans, the band ain't gonna make it due to singer Jimi Westbrook recently repaired vocal chords.