The Quality of Cleveland Life Report

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Your guide to thriving in fabulous Cleveland.

This Might Hurt a Little
: ODOT spokesman compares noise from Inner Belt Bridge construction to “elevator music,” which is a nice way of saying there will be incessant pounding during normal waking hours, but at least there’s no trip to the dentist at the end of the ride.

Gourmet Oncology: Wolfgang Puck to open “Express” eatery in University Hospitals’ new Seidman Cancer Center. Because nothing cheers up the gravely ill quite like $18 pizza.

Good Seats Still Available
: Tribe moves “Social Media Deck” for bloggers from makeshift fenced-in area to an unused luxury suite; bloggers’ Facebook friends to be moved to 36,000 unused stadium seats.

This Week's Index: You’re relaxing in a tiki hut while beauties feed you grapes.
But Jimmy Dimora’s there too, and he’s not wearing pants.

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