Thanks for making the 6th Annual Vegas Show Benefiting Coats for Kids great again this year!
Special Thanks to the following sponsors:
NPI Audio Visual Solutions Northern Ohio Printing Inc. Peter & Co. Jewelers Mentor Mitsubishi Pettiti Garden Centers Now Valet Inc. OBM Photos by Marty Tony Musachio with Royale Brands Balloon Express Sinful Sweets Pepsi Orlando Baking Company
Thanks to all of our Performers:
The Band Chance
Big Chuck and Lil' John Mike Cheselka
Special Musical Appearances By:
Indians drummer John Adams Billy Fischer Billy Morris Scott Savol Abby Sky 11-year-old sensation Adrianne Woolf The Magic of Scott Shuller The Other Brothers
Blue Canyon Corleone's Don's Pomeroy House Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar Flour Rustic Italian Kitchen Harry's Italian Village Restaurant in Strongsville Jack's Deli Johnny's La Dolce Vita Mallorca Parallax Triv's Washington Place
This is just horrid. Makes you wonder about ballpark food.
Hi Big Gas man!!!
We're more confused now than we were before.
We also addressed #Blot.
Another black eye? Don't care? A few key passages;
"The Cleveland Cavaliers contingent at these things is just very weird. They make a party of the lottery, and the party treads the line between quirky and unseemly...
a very loud baritone voice began straight-up shouting — “YEAH! YEAH!” and “ATTA BOY, NICKY!,” the latter directed at Nick Gilbert, son of Cavs owner Dan Gilbert, and perhaps the biggest lottery celebrity since Elgin Baylor. The “atta boy!” was particularly hilarious. You’d normally reserve that expression to praise someone who had completed a difficult task — for a job well done, or the culmination of hard work, practice, and the honing of skills.
The Cavaliers were going bananas over their ability to lose an incredible number of NBA games and then perform well in a contest that involves sitting in a chair while watching officials suck Ping-Pong balls out of an air pressure machine.
the seating arrangement paid off big time during the Cavaliers' raucous celebration. Lillard smirked, looked at the floor, and shook his head, clearly astonished at the reaction, and muttered something out of the side of his mouth to Love. Minnesota’s franchise player chuckled in response and gave the Cleveland group a bit of a side-eye. He politely confirmed to me afterward that he and Lillard were indeed trying to absorb what was happening.
• Love also said he’s very close to 100 percent, if not all the way there. He’s excited about the Timberwolves."
From devastation, to the possibility of another Cleveland disaster, to...well, you'll just have to listen.
Just another run-of-the-mill type day here. A 10 inning game, featuring timely dropped balls at first, gave the Indians a sweep after Yan Gomes' three-run shot.
After talking Trib for awhile, Cleveland' SuperPimp came in studio. Pimpin' ain't easy. Apparently lighting isn't easy for Glenn either.
What better lead-in for Governor Kasich than the SuperPimp?