Trump Campaign Chair In Ohio Resigns Over ‘No Racism Before Obama’ Remarks!
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TheGuardian.com By Paul Lewis and Tom Silverstone Posted September 26th 2016   Kathy Miller, who was coordinating the Republican nominee’s campaign in Mahoning County, apologized for her “inappropriate” remarks on Thursday and said she would no longer have a role with the campaign. Her resignation came just hours after the release of the first film [...]

Superior Avenue At Public Square Still Closed to Buses, For Now!
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Ideastream.org By Nick Castele Posted September 23rd 2016   The city of Cleveland is still weighing whether to re-open the Public Square section of Superior Avenue to buses. The redesigned Public Square has been open for more than two months, but it’s not clear when the “road closed” signs on Superior will be coming down. The [...]

Movie Weekly Countdown Week Of September 16th 2016
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mxoentertainment.com Posted September 13th 2016 Tom Hanks as ‘Sully’ holds down the #1 position with gross receipts of $70.2 million this weekend. ‘Blair Witch’ resurfaces in the #2 spot with $9.6 million as Renee Zellweger’s ‘Bridget Jone’s Baby’ overtakes the #3 position pulling in $8.6 million at the box office this past weekend! WEEKEND STARTING  [...]

MXO ‘The Arts Unplugged’: National Museum of African American History Opens Its Doors!
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NPR.org By Merritt Kennedy Posted September 26th 2016   More than 100 years after it was originally proposed, the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture is opening its doors in Washington, D.C. In President Obama’s remarks at the dedication ceremony, he said this museum shines a light on stories that are often [...]

Closing Of ITT Tech And Other For-Profit Schools Leaves Thousands Of Students In Limbo!
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LATimes.com By Jim Puzzanghera and Ronald D White Posted September 26th 2016   The for-profit college boom has gone bust. Closures of high-profile schools such as ITT Technical Institute have left thousands of students in limbo while raising questions about the future of an industry that provides training for vocational, technical and other mid-level skilled jobs. For-profit schools [...]