Believe it or not, there is a lot to do in Cleveland, Ohio. And there's a big punch packed into one street in downtown, East 4th. Bars, restaurants and comedy all in one place. What's that mean? You can make a whole night out of one single blocked off street. Here's a peek at your… Continue reading A Peek into Downtown Cleveland: East 4th
At the end of the 2014 season we said goodbye to Mantis so it could be renovated into a new coaster: Rougarou. This in itself is exciting news. I talked about this in a previous post. I may, or may not, have more exciting news for you Ride Warriors of the world. There's a rumor… Continue reading Cedar Point Rumors: True or False
If you're just tuning into my blog for the first time, you should know that I'm a big advocate of Cleveland. I was born and raised in Northeast Ohio and feel the city gets a bad rep. So when I came across this article by The Plain Dealer, I had to share. Whether you're looking… Continue reading Who says there’s nothing to do in Cleveland?
In the spirit of Halloween, it's time to start sharing articles about haunted places. Let's start with my home city, Cleveland. When I was in high school, my friends and I use to find scary places to go. Were they really haunted? No, probably not. But the fear of the unknown was enough to give… Continue reading 15 Real Northeast Ohio Haunted Places
Are you a road trip person? I must say I have never really been one who enjoys road trips. We all have our limit when it comes to sitting in a car. Driving from Cleveland to Chicago, which is around 6 hours, is something I can handle. When my mom and I decided we were going… Continue reading Roadtrip from Ohio to Maine
On September 1, Cedar Point announced that it would be closing down the stand-up roller coaster, Mantis. The ride opened on May 11, 1996 and, since it's inaugural ride, it has thrill more than 22 million Ride Warriors. The question becomes: What's next? Cedar Point tends to build a new coaster every other year. Last… Continue reading Cedar Point Squashes the Mantis
Baseball. Growing up in America attending baseball games are a rite of passage. You go to games with your family, friends, school group and with coworkers for team outings. There's something about cheering on your home team that brings everyone together. This is Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians. When I was a kid,… Continue reading America’s past time at it’s finest
Have you ever heard of the Electric Run? If not, you have now. The Electric Run is a 5k run/walk that takes place at night because - here's the best part - everything glows. (Hence the name "Electric.") The run came to Cleveland on June 20 and it was definitely a successful event. The course… Continue reading Electric Run takes over Cleveland