Downtown Cleveland is rolling up its sleeves in preparation for the new Horseshoe Casino, which should go live and start decimating our paychecks sometime in mid-May. In order to make sure the suburban masses that haven’t been downtown since the ’97 All Star game can find the destination, city crews are hoisting up new signage. This snap was taken earlier today on West 6th. If the ol’ arrow directions don’t work, we understand lost patrons can simply follow elderly women — they naturally gravitate to high densities of slots.
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