Morning Brew: Guide to Late-Night Eats, CSU in Trouble, a Kia Snow Plow, and Voinovich Gets a Bridge


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Good morning, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you cross your fingers for anyone who has the Browns with more than 5.5 wins in Vegas as they head into what could be their last winnable game of the year Sunday.

— The PD has a decent guide to restaurants slinging food 24 hours a day, or at least til the wee hours of the morning. On a slightly related (but not really) note: Why is there no Chipotle in downtown Cleveland? It would kill, right? (

— One industrious local kid wanted to make some money off the recent blitz of snow by plowing. Problem: All he had was a small Kia, not a truck. Solution: He attached a plow to his Kia. Gotta give the kid points for creativity. (NewsNet5)

— CSU will lose $17 million in state funding next year, a drop in cash flow that has some worried about layoffs. That deficit should more than be made up by the revenue from all the people flocking to see the undefeated men's basketball team, though. What? You didn't know they had a basketball team? Oh, never mind, they're screwed. (

— The new innerbelt bridge will be named after George Voinovich. Um, OK, but we still think Michael Stanley would have been a better choice. (AP)

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