Your Quality of Life this Week in Cleveland




This week:

Forever Creepy

Scholars claim various Van Gogh paintings at upcoming CMA exhibit are fakes. Still more credible than ousted director David Franklin’s leadership and hair.

Six Waffle Tacos, Please

Local Ukrainian and Venezuelan communities rally on behalf of protest movements abroad. Everyone you’ve ever known now rallying for Taco Bell’s new breakfast menu.

Do ‘Free Bird’!

Clevelanders wait for hours to get free admission to Rock Hall, et. al., during Museum Day last weekend. It was also free to watch that drunk busker on Euclid Avenue sing Kiss covers - and more enjoyable.

Your quality of life:

Your car was swallowed by a pothole on West 117th, and now you will live there forever. But at least you're not Kelly Blazek.

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