Afternoon Brew: Ehlo on 'The Shot,' Judge on Cleveland vs. Wall Street, Pot in a Present, and Whore of Akron Review

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Good afternoon, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you take the bow off that marijuana.

— Craig Ehlo talked to a Chicago media outlet about his role in "The Shot." He calls it his signature moment. And no, he doesn't care that he looks like a schmuck in his signature moment. (Pro Basketball Talk)

— Transporting pot in a gift box is probably a better idea in theory than application. (NewsNet5)

— Judge Corrigan on a lawsuit assigned to him in 2009: "Quite frankly, until your phone call, I hadn't looked at the case. I'm embarrassed." (Cleveland.com)

— "The Whore of Akron," a new book by Esquire writer and Cleveland native Scott Raab which was excerpted in last week's issue, is reviewed by Scene contributor Peter Pattakos. There is talk of benightedness. (Cleveland Frowns)

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