Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James will probably resign with his hometown team, but as the city will tell you, nothing is guaranteed in the Cleveland.
Our Monday sports round-up features the epic Green Bay collapse in Seattle, New England pasting the not-ready-for-their-closeup-yet Colts, and King James hating on his coach.
Our weekly Monday sports round-up features three-time ‘So . . .This Happened’ Featuree Odell Beckham Jr., Johnny Manziel being shown the money (but not how he imagined) in his starting debut, and a wonderful speech by Notre Dame’s women’s basketball coach about activism by athletes – and all of us – in the wake of the death of Eric Garner.
Teach for America corp member, Martin Byrne, discovers his true potential with the help of 40 Cleveland students.
An Ohio family “returned” their adopted son after nine years. Brent Almond takes issue with that.
Liam Day explains why so many NBA fans just can’t help but hate the Miami Heat’s superstar.
I’ve learned the most from my dad when we’re sitting in the dark with our mouths closed, my head on his shoulder as the opening credits flicker into place.
Nico Lang wonders if the real reason we’re interested in Charles Ramsey is not because he’s a hero, but rather because he confirms our stereotype of the “hilarious Black neighbor.”
Amanda Berry, a woman missing for 10 years, and two other women were rescued on May 6 by Cleveland officers; watch their emotional recounting of the rescue.
Do men find their first drink more memorable than women?
Did hacker group Anonymous foil Karl Rove’s evil election-stealing plan? Greg Olear offers evidence that this conspiracy theory may be true.
Interested in mingling inconspicuously with the natives from the Mistake by the Lake? Bridget Callahan’s got some can’t-miss tips for you.
Critics say he’s not tough enough. Clevelanders hate him because he left. They’re wrong.
As new data appears about the disparity of discipline based upon race and gender, Cornelius Walker wonders how the perception of race will affect his two sons.
The report of an 11-year-old gang-rape victim churns up issues of men’s portrayal in the media.