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It was axiomatic that the battle for the World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock would get a little bonkers.
A fitting tribute to Cleveland’s beloved bookish working class hero and uber-urban graphic novelist Harvey Pekar was unveiled in October at the Cleveland Heights-University Heights public library branch on Lee Road.
If you’re visiting the Temple of Tolerance in Wapakoneta, Ohio, and temple master Jim Bowsher is around, ask politely if you can go inside his house.
Call it serendipity, yin-yang, or an accident of timing, but on the same day that work began on the new Touchdown Jesus, the old Peach on a Pole fell.
There’s been some buzz recently about the Historical Center in Columbus, Ohio, which has opened a temporary exhibit titled “Controversy: Pieces You Don’t Normally See.”
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