You can take it to the bank the Cincinnati Bengals and coach Marvin Lewis will either match or surpass last season win total of 12 games. What we don’t know is if the Bengals will finally win a playoff game The Bengals have made the playoffs every year since 2011, and they’ve been a model of consistency in several areas. Quarterback Andy Dalton was having his best year before he got hurt last season; they re-signed A.J. Green, one of the best receivers in the league; and they
Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett, threw for a program-tying six touchdown passes and a program-record seven scores accounted for vs. Bowling Green in the week opener. Barrett was named Big 10 Offensive Player of the week. The Buckeyes will host Tulsa on Sept. 10 at 3:30p.m.
Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther COLUMBUS-OH- Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther and City Councilmember Shannon G. Hardin has announced the nine members of the Charter Review Committee this week at the Columbus Metropolitan Library. The Committee members were selected from applications submitted over the last three weeks. The Committee is charged with leading the discussion on the structure and governance of City Council. “This is an opportunity to review how to best serve all
On Sept. 6, former Cleveland Browns running back Calvin Hill joined Hillary Clinton volunteers and Ohio Democrats to campaign for Clinton in the Buckeye State. Hill visited a local barber shop, before joining Clinton volunteers and Ohio Democrats to open a DNC HQ organizing office in Garfield Heights. “When Hillary Clinton was fighting against segregation in schools, Donald Trump was turning away African Americans from his housing complexes. As a presidential candidate, Hilla
Clifford "Cliff" S. Perlman, the former President and CEO of Caesars Palace casino in Las Vegas passed away on Sept. 5. He was 90 years old. Perlman served at the helm of Caesars for more than a decade, and during his ownership he was the first to introduce live sports events and boxing in Las Vegas, working with iconic boxing promoter Don King. “Cliff Perlman and myself made Caesars Palace, arguably, a household name around the world. And you had a lot of guys that were ther
The rabid love affair Northeast Ohio has with the Cleveland Browns is over; this is a region that is no longer excited to go to a football game for the sake of watching the local team lose. This is now a region that has tasted the sweet victory of a championship for the first time in more than a half century thanks to LeBron James and the Cavaliers and the surging baseball Indians. So, as the Browns begin their tepid lift off to a season of the lowest expectations in the 32 t
Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) invites downtown diners to stop for lunch at Tri-C’s new Pop-Up Bistro on Public Square this fall to enjoy student-made culinary creations. The bistro will be open 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on select Thursdays and Fridays at the College’s Hospitality Management Center, located at 180 Euclid Ave. Lunch will be served on the following dates: Sept. 15-16, 22-23 and 30 Oct. 6-7, 13-14 and 20-21 Nov. 10 and 17-18 Dec. 1-2 and 8-9 The daily menu is create
TRUMP THE CHAMPION OF THE PEOPLE Now the time has come for this nation to fulfill its promise… GOP presidential candidate Donald J. Trump has called out the evil, crooked, corrupt, racist, sexist, rigged system…a system which considers the white woman inferior, enslaved and owned property; a system which considers the Negro, people of color, inferior, slaves and owned property. Donald J. Trump is anti-establishment…which means anti-system – he is fearlessly fighting against t