Could LeBron James come play for the Warriors? By Al Saracevic June 6, 2018 Updated: June 6, 2018 11:56am Photo: Carlos Avila Gonzalez / The Chronicle Image 1of/14 CaptionClose Image 1 of 14 A 150-foot tall LeBron James banner hanging on the Sherwin Williams building near the Quicken Loans Arena the day before the Golden State Warriors play the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 3 of the NBA Finals in Cleveland, Ohio, on Tuesday, June 5, 2018. less A 150-foot tall LeBron James banner hanging on the Sherwin Williams building near the Quicken Loans Arena the day before the Golden State Warriors play the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 3 of the NBA Finals in ... more Photo: Carlos Avila Gonzalez / The Chronicle Image 2 of 14 Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James gets past Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry in the fourth quarter during game 2 of The … [Read more...] about Could LeBron James come play for the Warriors?
John Carroll University held graduation ceremonies on May 20. Several of those graduates are from University Heights and Shaker Heights. See the local graduates' names below.Jeff Piorkowski/special to cleveland.com The Gospel of Gospel Music: We recently featured in this space an announcement about a master class held at Nighttown that delved into the artistry of Jim Henson and his Muppets. It's now time for another master class at the Cleveland Heights venue, 12383 Cedar Road, this one about a more heavenly subject. On June 18, Dr. David Thomas will deliver a master class on the subject of gospel music. All are invited to join in as Thomas explores and celebrates the ecstasy and agony of gospel music via a multi-media presentation to include video and sound clips, as well as a gospel choir. Go back to the 1800s, when African-Americans, often through the use of a choir, sang their hearts out by fusing various styles of music -- spirituals, hymns, sacred song -- into songs of … [Read more...] about Gospel music master class in Cleveland Heights; first ‘Come, Play! Fest’ is June 23 in Shaker; more: Press Run
Star Trek, Star Wars, Freddy Krueger, Christine Space Invaders, T Rex, Gandalf and the A-Team Willy Wonka, Lara Croft, Harley Quinn and King Kong Batman, Chucky, Iron Giant, hang on this list is getting long! We didn’t start the fire … Oh wait. We’re not updating Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start the Fire,” we’re listing just SOME of the many, many, many pop culture references in Steven Spielberg’s eye-popping, mind-blowing, candy-colored, fantastically entertaining (albeit slightly exhausting) virtual reality fantasy adventure “Ready Player One.” You need to see this one on the biggest screen possible, and let it wash over you as if you had stepped inside the most incredible video game experience ever created — one in which events in the manufactured universe can have lasting and serious real-world consequences. EThis is not your uncle’s “Tron.” This is some next-level stuff, a CGI-dominated … [Read more...] about ‘Ready Player One’: Come play with us in Spielberg’s dazzling virtual universe
Some pretty important Patriots have left this week for the money. Huge money. That shouldn’t come as a surprise, even if some of these same players have taken discounts in the past.The Patriots have their way of doing business, and it’s primarily about not overspending. They rely on their reputation, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, the rings and the idea of winning the next one. The question we should be asking now, after watching Nate Solder, Danny Amendola, Dion Lewis and Malcolm Butler exit, is whether New England is still that destination? Do players still want to come here to chase a championship with the Patriots?Or is the perception of the franchise changing because of the drama that has played out in Foxboro over the past year -- to the point where some of their desired targets might stay away?“There’s always been the notion, that when you go to New England, you don’t go to get paid, you go to get rings,” said SiriusXM NFL analyst Solomon … [Read more...] about Guregian: Do players still want to come play for the Patriots?
by Jake Offenhartz in Arts & Entertainment on Oct 25, 2017 1:38 pm fullscreen close It's that time of year again, when police officers with the 78th Precinct in Brooklyn—in an effort to engage with the community—trade their blue uniforms for ghastly costumes, and invite the whole neighborhood into the aggressively terrifying basement of their Prospect Heights station house. (Click through the above photos from last year's event.) Now in its third year, the annual NYPD haunted house has plenty of new nightmare fuel to work with, thanks to the arrival of an especially grotesque Pennywise—a real bar-setter in what's sure to be a weekend full of dancing clowns. Pennywise heard about our upcoming haunted house and decided to make the Chiefs office into his “Fun Zone.”pic.twitter.com/WtMRti7aCT— NYPDBrooklynNorth (@NYPDBklynNorth) October 24, 2017 Starting today Come through our haunted house free to members of the community … [Read more...] about Officer Pennywise Invites You To Come Play In The NYPD’s Haunted House