WonderStruck In Cleveland

WonderStruck In Cleveland Cancelled For 2020

Due to the ongoing COVID19 pandemic and the continuation of Ohio's ban on mass gathering events, WonderStruck In Cleveland has been cancelled for 2020/
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Merriam-Webster to Change Definition of 'Racism' After Request by Missouri Woman

Kennedy Mitchum says internet trolls were copy-and-pasting the definition of racism to try and prove she didn’t understand the word. But soon that definition will change.
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Starbucks Reverses Course, Will Let Employees Wear Black Lives Matter Apparel

Starbucks on Friday said it would allow baristas to wear “Black Lives Matter” shirts and accessories, amid growing backlash over an internal bulletin that said letting employees do so would violate company policy.
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‘Thrill of the Chase’: Treasure Worth Over $1 Million Discovered in Rocky Mountains After 10-Year Search

An anonymous treasure hunter, a decade-long search, and a chest full of gold. What may sound like a 19th-century adventure story is actually a modern tale of two eccentric hobbyists: one, a treasure hunter, and the other, a treasure hider.
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Man Breaks Into Bank, Tells Police He Was Just Trying to Heat Up His Hot Pockets

Police in San Diego responded to a call Wednesday morning about a man breaking into a nearby Chollas View bank, where they found the man microwaving a Hot Pocket.
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Here's What's Opening Today In Ohio

It's a big day!
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High School Senior Marries Girlfriend After He's Given 3-5 Months to Live From Terminal Cancer

After receiving a terminal cancer diagnosis that said he only had a few months left to live, an Indiana high school senior married his girlfriend in an intimate ceremony on her parents’ driveway. Find out more here.
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Mike DeWine

Governor Mike DeWine To Announce Timeline on Reopening Restaurants, Daycares, and Salons

These major business sectors are on Gov. DeWine’s agenda at 2 p.m. when he holds a press conference.
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Ohio's 'Stay Safe Ohio' Order Extended Until May 29th

You can go ahead and scream, it's ok.
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Ohio In-Person Graduation Ceremonies May Be Possible With Social Distancing

See how one school is getting creative.
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