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Can’t Drink Paintings: The Cleveland Museum of Art plans a permanent exhibition in Ohio City and Mitchell’s Ice Cream takes over Moda. Residents’ excitement tempered by realization that this means two less buildings to turn into a bar.
Responsible Raging: Trying to be more green, Cleveland City Council passes legislation requiring 20 percent of road project money to be spent on bike lanes and pedestrian-friendly additions. Also, drivers now asked to hurl only compostable material at bikers and pedestrians.
Dumbed Down Again: Cleveland ranked second least-educated city in America. Clevelanders respond by indicting validity of specious internet rankings in general, unless you saw a study saying we’re the second smartest city in America. Did you?
This week’s index: You met Matthew Fox on the set of “I, Alex Cross,” and he didn’t even punch you in the stomach.
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