The Quality of Cleveland Life Report

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Your guide to thriving in fabulous Cleveland.

The Family Business: The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports there are 76,542 local government jobs in Cuyahoga County. In related news, genealogy.com finally pinpoints how many cousins Bill Mason has.

Smaller Fish to Fry : Tight budget forces Cleveland’s new aquarium to scale down plans for fancy tropical fish. The revised plan calls for three exhibits: “Walleye,” “Bigger Walleye,” and “Stuff We Found in the Sewer.”

Hide the Forceps: Cleveland hospitals rank third in U.S. for not leaving foreign objects inside you after surgery. Med Mart nevertheless sticks with plans for kiosk selling “I went to Cleveland and all I got was this sponge stuck in my torso” T-shirts.

This Week's Index
: You’re feeling like Mayor Frank Jackson when the President calls him “Frank Johnson.”

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