It's Day 5 of filming for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier." Marvel Studios has spent the first four days shooting scenes along stretches of East Sixth Street and Rockwell Avenue. Thursday featured more burning police cars and police assaults on Nick Fury's SUV. Filming is expected to continue at that location this morning, but it could soon move to Lakeview Cemetery on Mayfield Road.
Treat the kids to 'Epic," a new animated movie featuring the voices of Amanda Seyfried, Colin Farrell, Beyonce Knowles and Christoph Waltz.
On their sixth full-length, the National — having polished the jittery, claustrophobic facade of their dour-pop — find new and tortured ways of pushing against its meniscus.
Supporters of Polish Village, also known as Old World Parma, have a vision. The village, on Ridge Road between Pearl Road and Thornton Drive, might someday contain small “pocket parks.” Businesses would install plants near storefronts and beautify parking lots.
Headlines from news websites around Northeast Ohio this morning.
Blaine Murphy cares about Cleveland like he cares about the suckers who bought his toxic properties, writes Christopher Evans.
Opened in 1963, Carrie Cerino's, the North Royalton restaurant and party center, is still owned by members of the Cerino family.
There will be plenty of sunshine in Northeast Ohio for the Memorial Day weekend, but temperatures will remain cool.
Your first look at the business world today.
"We don't think anyone else went into the water," said Marcus Deyerin, a spokesman for the Northwest Washington Incident Management Team. "At this point we're optimistic."