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The Worst of Cleveland 2019

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Once again this year we have honored the Best of Cleveland, which remains one of the most rewarding moments in the calendar. And there was plenty to celebrate, as always. Congrats to all the winners!

But as a complement to that illustrious list we have, for the first time, compiled a corresponding Worst of Cleveland. Consider it a long-overdue if incomplete reckoning of all the absolute most garbage people, places, things, groups and opinions that rot at the heart of this city. They deserve not to exist in anonymity — and yes, many of these have been touched on in brief or in depth in various issues and stories — but to be called out by name and levied with the title of the Worst of Cleveland forever more. Click on the images for full write-ups.

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