I recently went shopping for you. Sometimes in my closet and sometimes in a store; either way grab it before you can't.
Harvey Pekar is a piece of Cleveland we let loose onto all of society. You are very welcome.
These photos, taken in 1966, show the Kroger location at Dover Center and Oviatt Road in Bay Village, Ohio, an affluent suburb of Cleveland. The store had just reopened after a brief closure for remodeling. First is a color shot of the store’s façade, followed by alternating black-and-white and color photos that provide a “before and after” look at the various departments.
Kurt Cobain spent the hours before the only concert Nirvana ever played in Cleveland laid out on the floor like a worn pair of house slippers.
This is just another example in the long list of video games that were made into amazing films that were snubbed at the Oscars.
It was July 5, 1954. The Cleveland Press banner headline shouted, “DOCTOR’S WIFE MURDERED IN BAY VILLAGE.” Below a large picture of Marilyn Sheppard stared back at me.
A buddy who made me a tape that had the Minor Threat discography record on it, Dixie by Avail and a Minor Threat cover by The Suicide Machines. This tape would later go on to change my life...
-In March of 2019 I went to New York City to see the band Little Big play. When the weekend was over we had to come home and home we went. Here’s the proof