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Party Like It’s September: Sparx City Hop, scheduled for September but canceled at the last minute by the Downtown Cleveland Alliance because of rain that never rained, is back on for Saturday. Unless their horoscope that morning says “Enjoy a quiet day alone.” Then maybe not.
Feast for the Senses: If overnight Inner Belt construction is approved, ODOT suggests affected neighbors wear ear plugs while sleeping. Or they can pitch a tent in Cleveland ODOT Chief Myron Pakush’s front yard on Elmwood Road in Rocky River. Either one.
The Revolution Will Be Napping: This week, Occupy Cleveland did ... nothing? Wait, there was no Occupy Cleveland news this week? Can somebody go check on those guys?
This Week's Index: You’re Colt McCoy on third and long, and nobody picked up the blitz.
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