Well, folks, today marks the last day of Captain America filming. The production crew is packing up and moving out.
In the month+ that the team has been in town, they've experienced the absolute best of Cleveland hospitality.
Without crews even having to ask, we've generously taken set pieces off of their hands. Without so much as a peep of disdain, we've graciously handed over our West Shoreway. And without any prompting at all, we've agreeably refrained from taking photos of any stars we've sighted.
In a little less than a year, we'll get to see our beautiful city on the big screen. We can all just pretend that it's not playing Washington D.C.
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