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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.
In the eyes of a Portage Lakes child, summer seemed to stretch forever. Life was a sun-splashed paradise of swimming, boating, fishing and socializing. Every day offered more of the same.
Pink attire, balloons and signs lined the sides of South Firestone Boulevard on Sunday morning as about 1,000 people took part in the Susan G. Komen Northeast Ohio Akron Race for the Cure.
GAINESVILLE, Va.: Jimmy Walker feels small enveloped in total darkness, gazing at the stars as he photographs light-years away nebulae and galaxies with a telescope and equipment much too bulky to take along on the PGA Tour.
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When Jon Stewart made a now-iconic appearance on CNN’s Crossfire in 2004, co-host Tucker Carlson listened to Stewart for a time and lamented, “I thought you were going to be funny. … Be funny.”